Mobile App Refresh Campaign [Banner] 2024 just got Bolder with Bold News

Written by Matty Cohen on October 18, 2011 Blog.

February 2011 saw an exciting addition to the WooThemes eco-system; the release of our popular Headlines WooTheme on the network as a part of their premium themes collection. Since then, we’ve ported over customised versions of several of our themes to, which brings us to today’s topic; just got bolder!

Bold News (self hosted WordPress version), our popular news, magazine and blogging theme designed by Ryan Downie, is an ideal theme for showcasing your news articles in a clear and magazine-like fashion. With the number of proud blog owners who use their blogs for news articles or a magazine-style approach, Bold News seems like the next logical step in assisting these blog owners in better showcasing their content.

Bold News showcase on

How is the version different?

We felt, with the release of Bold News (blogged about on WordPress here), this would be an appropriate time to explain how our WooThemes on have been crafted.

When a WooTheme is ported over to, we are converting the theme to be integrated seamlessly into the existing infrastructure. Thus, certain features are removed in favour of features already present on Examples of this include the custom background, custom header and custom design options. Certain features such as sharing are also handled on, which is then integrated into the theme. The versions of our themes are, therefore, slightly different to the original version, yet with the same power and consistency of the WooFramework, backed by the architecture.

For more information on or to purchase Bold News for, head on over to it’s showcase page on for a closer look, or take a look at the Bold News demo.


2 Responses

  1. Online-News-Center
    November 5, 2011 at 10:52 pm #

    It’s a nice news theme and I’m thinking about to use it for my next news magazin website based on worldpress.

  2. Best Magazine Wordpress Themes
    November 27, 2011 at 5:48 pm #

    Very nice for the users of news websites and magazines.