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wheresnifty Feb 15, 2010 01:44 PM

theme frame...... theme creators....
So what is your experience with... do you have any sites using it or can i download a basic theme created by this?

I am almost about to turn in my donation, but really wanted to get the user's opinions.

is it all that you thought it would be? I am really looking to replace artisteer, and so far the atahualpa theme has done it.

rove Feb 15, 2010 02:32 PM


There is a simple theme from TF here, which gets altered occasionally as I work with TF.

I like TF a lot, especially for it's potential, but it is still in beta, so there are a few bugs and parts not yet activated.

Flynn is turning out a new beta every week or so, thus it is constantly improving. Like any new product there is a bit of a learning curve, but if one follows the instructions, it is not nearly as intimidating as it was when I first saw it!

Like I said, I like it a LOT. :)


wheresnifty Feb 15, 2010 02:52 PM

ok thanks. i do like the idea of themeframe, but i really love the customization that Atahualpa brings for each site.

For me, if i want to change something big within the site, i like being able to put in some code and have.... lets say, an entirely new widget area for the site. I like that i can give that widget box certain rules like, only "this page."

I feel like with this application, once i create a theme, i can edit it buy recreating/ uploading it and will not have much power over the newly created themes as much as i did with atahualpa.

i am really interested in it and as i keep reading into it, it seems like a great product to create many different themes.

i would like to create a theme that gives the theme user a lot of the features rather than write and move widgets around.

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