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Tumbling Snippets

May 16, 2010 - 13 Comments

We are pleased to announce a new addition to our growing portfolio of WooThemes Tumblr based themes – it’s called Snippet.

The Snippet Home Page

The Snippet home page serves as a showcase of all your latest Tumblr posts, neatly arranged and categorized thanks to clean iconography and a very flexible JS Masonry powered grid layout (that we’ve previously used on a WordPress theme – Mortar). You’ll notice some Generate theme influences we’ve included, based on its recent track record.

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City Guide Gets Some New Features

May 10, 2010 - 16 Comments

City Guide has surprisingly been one of our best sellers over the last couple months, as our theme leaderboard proves. We say surprisingly because it is a niche directory-based theme, with innovative Google Maps integration, but far from our usual winning formula.

Given it’s popularity and the wonderful feedback from users and beta testers Fox spent a couple days last week adding some hugely valuable additional functionality.

Category Maps

View all your category posts on a overview map

As can be seen above, and on the demo, there is now an overview map on each category page. This map shows each post, which has a Google Maps location added to it, on the map in the form of a marker. You can then click on that marker to be taken directly to that post. This is a great visual navigation item to highlight all the restaurants, hotels, visitor attractions, etc, individually.

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The News in Pictures

May 5, 2010 - 21 Comments

As recently promised we’re releasing another theme based on our usual winning formula, after a string of more niche theme designs.

Spectrum is a visually rich magazine-based theme designed by Chris Rowe – who we have previously worked with on the popular BlogTheme and Gotham News.

With Spectrum the home page is a visually rich layout showcasing your website content via engaging imagery, and a featured scroller available to highlight noteworthy blog posts scattered across numerous categories (it’s a tag based scroller).

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It’s in the diary

April 22, 2010 - 46 Comments

Thursday 22nd April was in the diary for the launch of our latest feature packed WordPress theme. We’ve managed to stick to that release date and we can finally introduce you to our latest beauty entitled “Diarise“.

As the name suggests this theme is based around the calendar functionality of the WordPress system. But taking it to a whole other level.

With Diarise you can showcase events and navigate around them with a neat home page JS date picker. That means you could use this theme for your church, school, sports club, or event organising company! To name but a few.

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Diarise

April 22, 2010 - Leave a comment

Unique Features


  • Event Calendar

    A custom home page event calendar to showcase your upcoming events in a neat tabber, navigated by month or event sequence. Buttons to add the calendar directly to your Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook or Apple iCal, and a button to link to your booking form for the event if applicable.


  • Featured Posts Scroller

    This could either be used to showcase highlights of past events, or notable blog posts. This Js scroller is tag and can be set to automatically scroll through slides.


  • A Completely Modular Home Page

    The Diarise home page can be set to show the Event Calendar, Featured Posts Scroller, Blog Section and Widgetized Footer or any combination of these. Modules can easily be disabled via the theme options.


  • Custom Widgets

    There are 9 Custom Woo Widgets for use in the widgetized sidebar and footer: Customer Feedback, Twitter, Recent Blog Posts, Featured Media, Blog Information, Ads & Search to name some of them.


  • Alternative Styles

    8 delicious colour schemes to choose from, and possible to change color of links and buttons in options panel.

Canvas 2.0

April 6, 2010 - 47 Comments

Magazine page template

We have had a lot of people request some extra functionality in Canvas, and we promised to deliver on some of the requests. After a bit of a delay, we can now finally show you a couple cool new features that will add an extra layer to this popular theme.

Magazine Page Template & Business Page Template

The two major updates in this version are the custom page templates. You can now add a magazine (view demo) or business (view demo) page template to your Canvas theme.

Both page templates have a featured jQuery slider, that can show posts or pages. The slider on the magazine template shows posts which have been marked with a tag, and the business template shows pages that you have setup in the options. Here is a screencast previewing the new templates:

We hope you enjoy this update, and let us know how we can improve this theme even more in the future!

Important! After you have uploaded the new version, you need to make a new page and add the “Business” or “Magazine” page template first before the options for the specific template becomes available in your options panel. Read full instructions in our documentation.

Everyone benefits from our company retreat

March 31, 2010 - 16 Comments

It’s been a month since our company retreat to the Austrian Alps where we enjoyed a week of snow, ski, jagermeister and a little bit of work – how we all wish we could be tele-ported back there right now.

We’ve been absolutely astonished by the amount of media attention our company retreat attracted. It even featured on Mashable yesterday with Josh Catone, the features editor, writing an excellent case study on our social media success surrounding the trip.

Not only did the trip itself attract a lot of attention, but we got a lot of people admiring the WordPress tumblog theme we built to efficiently, and very easily, live blog the activities in the Alps. We therefore decided it was appropriate to add some polish to the theme, and add some more functionality, then release it for general purchase.

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Mobile Officing Extreme

March 4, 2010 - 23 Comments

Woo on the slopes

Late last year I was sitting at the barber shop, getting a haircut. The barber felt obliged to ask me what I do for a living. I tried to explain to him, in a non-technical way, how I “designed websites”, and managed the business with my 2 business partners in Norway and Cape Town… who I’d only met face-to-face a handful of times.

Of course the conversation went dead then as he was obviously a little confused by this internet thing I did. I quietly kept thinking about our rather unique business, and how completely mobile we actually are. Why don’t we really take advantage of the perks of mobile officing?

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WooNav: Integrated in WP 3.0

February 15, 2010 - 76 Comments

Two weeks ago when we launched theWooNav we knew it was something special and would be well received by our users, together with our recent release of WooFramework V2 our theme development was certainly hotting up. Then, out of the blue, we were contacted by Jane Wells of the WordPress Core UX development team who was planning the final iterations of the menu management system’s core features for WordPress 3.0. Unknown to us Jane had been playing around with our WooNav functionality:

We have a developer working on it, and have gone through several rounds of community feedback and iteration, and it strikes me that what we’re probably going to end up with is a lot like what you guys have in your Custom Navigation option, so I thought I’d get in touch with you guys to talk about it

After a few emails it was pretty obvious that this made perfect sense for both us and the core team. It would save the WordPress developers hours of coding to build something that already existed and did the job well, and WooThemes would finally be acknowledged for it’s work in furthering WordPress theme development.

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Write me a postcard

January 28, 2010 - 38 Comments

So you are about to head off on an adventure around the world, or perhaps just an extended road trip up the east coast? You’ve promised postcards to friends and families, but what a mission, post offices are so last century! 🙂

See you’ve decided to buy a domain, install WordPress and this really cool theme from WooThemes instead. Friends all around the world can track your progress, see exactly where you’ve been and the photos you’ve taken. They’ll share the experience with you, leaving you comments and advice of where and what you should be doing.

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The Awesome Custom Woo Navigation

January 27, 2010 - 152 Comments

This functionality became part of WordPress itself. You can create custom menus under Appearance>Menus from the WordPress dashboard.

One of the most commonly asked questions by Woo users is how to modify the navigation in the theme, by excluding items, adding external links etc. We recently added Jeff to our team, and started him off with a project we had been planning for a while; A new custom navigation admin page, where you would be able to really build your own navigation without touching any code.

It didn’t take long for him to come up with the wireframe, and then Cobus added some nice styling to the UI, and we can now proudly present it to you! We’ll start off slow by adding it to our newest themes first, and we hope to get feedback and squish any possible bugs that should appear before rolling it out to all our themes.

Woo Custom Navigation admin panel

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Delegate

January 21, 2010 - Leave a comment

Unique Features


  • Featured Slider

    A custom home page featured area to showcase your work or products, with optional sub-featured area to give them more insight.


  • Custom Homepage

    Custom homepage designed to emphasize your most important information, with the option to display a traditional blog instead.


  • Custom Widgets

    Custom Woo Widgets for use in the blog or page sidebar and in the widgetized footer: News, Twitter, Search , Ad space and Flickr widget.


  • Alternative Styles

    19 delicious colour schemes to choose from, and possible to change color of links and buttons in options panel.

WordPress 2.9 is out!

December 19, 2009 - 2 Comments

As most of you probably already know, WordPress released version 2.9 last night, with some nice new features added. None of the new features affect any of our themes, and we have updated all our demos to 2.9 and they are working without any problems.

We recommend everybody to upgrade to the latest version of WordPress. If you believe that you have found a bug or compatibility issue with 2.9, then please make a post in our forum, so we can quickly determine if it is caused by the new version.

Optimize your WordPress

December 15, 2009 - 39 Comments

optimizeToday is a pretty big day for us at WooThemes. Firstly, because we can finally launch this theme that has been so hyped and received such glowing feedback from our beta testers, and secondly because it is our first theme sporting our brand spanking new theme option’s panel.

Optimize is another pixel perfect business theme conceptualized and coded by the Magatron. Living up to it’s name Optimize has been lurking around, behind the scenes, being tested by our wonderful beta testers for a couple weeks now, with lots of new features being added and optimized according to the feedback we have been given.

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Optimize

December 14, 2009 - Leave a comment

Unique Features


  • Featured Area

    A custom home page featured area to showcase your work or products, with optional sub-featured area to give them more insight.


  • Flexible Layout

    Possible to shift the alignment of the featured area (images on the right side instead of left)


  • Custom Homepage

    Custom home page layout with optional Twitter box, Mini-features area, Info/Quotes box and option to insert any page above/below mini-features area.


  • Integrated Lightbox

    Sexy jQuery effects and PrettyPhoto (lightbox) integrated in theme.


  • Portfolio Page Template

    An optional integrated portfolio section to show off your work/products.

  • Custom Post Types

    Custom Post Types

    Optimize takes full advantage of the new custom post types functionality than came with WordPress 3.0, so adding testimonials, mini-features and portfolio posts is dead easy!


  • Custom Widgets

    Custom Woo Widgets for use in the sidebar and in the widgetized footer: Search widget, Ad space widget, Flickr widget.


  • Alternative Styles

    22 stylish alternate colour schemes to choose from plus custom color picker so you can set your own background color and link color.

We Will Rock You

December 10, 2009 - 22 Comments

screenshotIt is with great pleasure that we can FINALLY announce the launch of our awesomely unique niche blog design for bands and musicians, entitled Backstage.

Backstage was first conceptualized by the talented British web designer extraordinaire – Elliot Jay Stocks way back in June. We thought Elliot was well suited for this kind of design as he himself is quite a musical genius.

Fox has spent the past few months, off and on, hard at work creating powerful widget goodness and theme options for Backstage. With custom category templates for the discography, latest news, video and image archives this theme really helps empower artists and bands with the tools they need to promote themselves. An upcoming shows widget helps manage your events, whilst a home page featured slider can easily be enabled/disabled via the theme options panel.

It’s probably best letting the images below, and the demo, do the talking don’t you think?

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