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Garbage Theme

[ Garbage Theme ] The Garbage theme is actually a conglomeration of several thematic elements from my first few stabs at skinning an old b2evolution blog. While converting the design into a WordPress theme template, I cannibalized the best parts of the Finished theme. So it’s got the same structural feel, but with a more playful visual aesthetic. It’s digital garbage, random offset lines and spattered digital patterns, psychedelic like mildly hallucinating around the edges while scrolling slowly down the page. Or something.

Check out a screenshot of the Garbage theme »

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Theme is old, bro. No longer in development. I leave it online for those who know. If you’re looking for an awesome theme for a live/production website, check out the WordPress Theme Directory. You’ll find some incredible themes that take better advantage of all the newer WordPress features.

That in mind, you are welcome to download and use however you would like. Please let me know if you fix it up and use it somewhere on a live site — would be super inspiring to see it. Now go forth and witness how awesome theme templates looked in the early 21st century.

WP Theme - Garbage Version 1.0 (132KB zip)

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One response to “Garbage Theme”

  1. Chun Sikah 2006/03/27 6:58 pm

    Horrible, just a piece of rubbish

    Pros: For a speedy person trying to download a quick theme on the net, looking up for good solution is an ideal, this skin is ok, but there’s no further comments.

    Cons: It was a peice of rubbish, after you have saved the skin, it is garbage in the picture after you saved it from their company saying "It is some real Garbage!" I mean who on earth would like to try a garbage theme and look for something they cannot benifit from it staright away, as it said "plenty space, you can look it" Come on, this is year 2005, not 1920!!!

    Rubbish theme … *sigh*

    I think it’s a load of rubbish, guys out there, look for another one.

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