Coraline WordPress Theme

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Coraline is Automattic’s replacement for their popular Cutline design. You can have one or two sidebars and has a widget area in the footer too.

As you would expect from a theme from Automattic, Coraline has support for all WordPress 3.0 features including custom thumbnails, header image and custom menus.

Coraline WordPress Theme

The default design of Coraline will suit those of you who are looking for something simple however it’s also a solid base for creating your own design.

More information can be found at the links below :)

Kevin

Coraline Theme: Download & Info | Demo

Comments (5)

  • Comment by faheemah
    faheemah
    says:

    Hi Kevin,

    I read that you you enjoy trying out WordPress themes and hope you won’t mind helping me out.

    I’m using the 5th layout option of the Coraline Theme (Sidebar-Content-Sidebar) for a self-hosted site and have been trying for weeks to increase the width of the right sidebar. I have found a lot of confusing/conflicting percentages and measurements which never seem to add up to 100% or a maximum width of 990px e.g: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/coraline-change-column-width-and-overall-theme-width http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2010/08/10/coraline-layouts-and-mullenweg-pearson-dispute

    I don’t do CSS and would be most thankful if you would explain which numbers I need to alter.

  • Comment by macsam
    macsam
    says:

    Hi

    The theme is pretty cool. But why does it take so long to implement (update) changes I make in Appereance-Editor-CSS?

  • Comment by Kevin Muldoon
    Kevin Muldoon
    says:

    Hi Lydia,

    If you post the stylesheet in the forums and advise what colours you want to change I’ll show you what classes you need to modify :)

    Kevin

  • Comment by Lydia
    Lydia
    says:

    Hi Kevin,
    I’m using Coraline on 2 blogs and so far, so good. Any tips on how to change font color on links, sidebars? Tutorials?

  • Comment by Kevin Muldoon
    Kevin Muldoon
    says:

    You will find the code under the publicize tab in feedburner (in the email subscription section). You just need to add this code to your sidebar via a widget or directly in the sidebar.php template.