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Sticked WordPress Theme, beta release.

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

After a lot of work I’m happy to say that Sticked is ready!

Sticked is a WordPress theme that i had in mind since too many time ago, and now, i am sharing it with you all :).

Features

  • Customizable background and body textures. [Click here to see screenshot]
    You can select from a bunch of available textures for both your page background and your main body background, you can even create your own if you feel like.
  • Customizable colors for “Stickies”. [Click here to see screenshot]
    Sticked will add a new setting in your admin UI, there you can select an specific color for each post.
  • Compatible with most modern (and not so modern) browsers.
    Sticked has been tested with the following browsers: 

    • Internet Explorer 6: 80% – (Some minor image glitches due to the lack of support for PNG transparent images in this browser).
    • Internet Explorer 7 & Internet Explorer 8: 100%.
    • Safari for Mac and Windows: 100%.
    • Opera 9 for Mac and Windows: 100%.
    • Firefox for Mac and Windows: 100%.
  • Styled blockquotes:
    By using the <blockquote> tag, you can create specific boxes to highlight parts of your content, examples below: 

    This text is enclosed between <blockquote></blockquote> html tags.

    This text is enclosed between <blockquote class=”mac”></blockquote> html tags.

    This text is enclosed between <blockquote class=”warning”></blockquote> html tags.

  • Proportional fonts:
    Sticked uses proportional fonts, that means that the text size will be readable and consistent at any resolution, including big LCD screens.
  • Widgets Ready:
    Sticked is compatible with most WordPress sidebar widgets out there.

Theme Downloads and Tools

CLICK HERE to download the latest version (0.6) of Sticked for WordPress 2.5

CLICK HERE to download a PSD (Photoshop) file containing a blank header.

Installation is like with any other WordPress Theme, just upload the contents of the zip file inside your wp-content/themes/ directory and you are done.

If you have any question or suggestion, feel free to leave a comment here.