Thème WordPress purple – jolis tons indéfinissables entre prune et marron

purple thème WordPress Voici un thème très sobre avec des couleurs « bourgeoises » bien harmonieuses.

Le champ de recherche est lui aussi très sobre et très bien placé.

Le pied est intéressant, c’est un large aplat de couleur qui abrite les derniers articles, les derniers commentaires, un petit texte d’à propos (que vous pouvez modifier en éditant « footer.php ») et les crédits.

Page du thème : chez ThemeLab.

Démonstration : la VO, ma VF.
Téléchargement : [ téléchargements]

Notez qu’il y a une page pour paramétrer le thème. Elle permet en particulier d’exclure certaines pages du menu de navigation de l’entête, c’est intelligent et souvent bien utile. Je ne l’ai pas traduite, je crois que tout est à peu près compréhensible (les pages exclues sont les pages cochées) ?

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  • JéRèM' dit :


    Je trouve ce thème WP sobre et très joli, une vraie merveille.
    Cependant, en existe t il une « alternative » avec d’autres tons de couleurs ?

    Merci bien.

  • MonsieurBien dit :

    Pourquoi n’accepte t-il pas les flux rss feedburner? Comment résoudre ce problème?

  • Ziti dit :

    Avant toute chose, je tiens à te dire merci pour tout le travail que tu fournis. Pour moi qui ne comprend pas l’anglais et encore moins les langages tels que PHP et HTML, je dois dire que ton travail est extrêmement apprécié! Bref, merci beaucoup, t’es un dieu vivant pour les petits cerveaux comme moi ^^

    Et je voulais aussi te dire que même si les thèmes que tu traduits ne sont pas toujours à mon gout, celui-ci est exactement ce que je recherchais, il est peut-être même mieux; sobre, clair, large, et de deux colonnes. Bref il est parfait, et grâce à toi il est en français!

    Merci mille fois pour tout ce que tu fais sans jamais rien demander en contre-partie!

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