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  #126  
Old Jun 12, 2009, 09:15 PM
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Lawrence
 
2 posts · Apr 2009
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Here's the site I've done for SeiYaKan Wado Karate I train in... http://www.seiyakan.com/

Cheers!
  #127  
Old Jun 13, 2009, 01:38 PM
jgehrcke
 
6 posts · Jun 2009
I've been working on my new website for at least 2 weeks now and must say that this theme really made things easy. Thank you!

I've adjusted many things to my personal needs and often found help in this forum which is another - but very important - aspect: a very good work without support/documentation is nothing.

Again: Thank you for your hard work. The following website is another one that would not have been possible without you (at least in this way):

http://gehrcke.de
  #128  
Old Jun 16, 2009, 01:50 PM
masterballer
 
4 posts · Jun 2009
Hi. please take a look at my website. I would welcome any suggestions to how I can make it better. http://ffballer.com/

Last edited by masterballer; Jun 16, 2009 at 02:19 PM.
  #129  
Old Jun 24, 2009, 11:17 PM
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joestyer
 
17 posts · Feb 2009
Falmouth Kentucky
Honestly great looking site masterballer, along with great info!

www.blackberrysites.com
www.yourshortcut.mobi
  #130  
Old Jun 25, 2009, 02:29 PM
masterballer
 
4 posts · Jun 2009
Thanks for the encouragement!

http://ffballer.com/
  #131  
Old Jun 26, 2009, 08:38 AM
paul_williams
 
37 posts · Jun 2009
Wales, UK
This is my NEW favourite theme. A great piece of work and a credit to the team. I'm working on this right now: http://www.richardbeard.info
I hope you like it.
  #132  
Old Jul 1, 2009, 03:37 PM
tim5046
 
19 posts · Jun 2009
finally -- after a few weeks of work. Hats off to Flynn for the great theme, and the support was fantastic. Thanks again for all the help everybody

http://blog.englishteastore.com
  #133  
Old Jul 4, 2009, 06:32 PM
fromtheranks
 
149 posts · Apr 2009
Dev Env't: XP Pro SP3, IIS 5.1, MySQL 5.1, PHP 5.2.x, WP 2.7.1, Atahualpa 3.3.3, IE 7, FF 3.0.x
Another new Atahualpa based site is now on the Internet: www.fromtheranks.com. It is focused on IT and IT Fundamentals.

As each of you have "been there and done that" with WP and Atahualpa ... please check it out and let me know what you think.

You won't hurt my feelings with suggestions. I've been looking at this for two months straight almost and fresh sets of eyes would be appreciated.

Thank you Flynn for your top-flight theme. It made my side of the equation a whole lot easier!
  #134  
Old Jul 7, 2009, 06:55 PM
chromocyte
 
2 posts · Jul 2009
Wow! So much inspiration and support here.

I'm a first time blogger and found atahualpa the best theme to work with for a newbie like myself. I'm always making improvements to my site and it's possible because of everything I can find here on the forums. Thanks for making it all possible!

Here's my blog. Still a work under progress.
  #135  
Old Jul 8, 2009, 10:53 AM
masterballer
 
4 posts · Jun 2009
Quote:
Originally Posted by chromocyte
Wow! So much inspiration and support here.

I'm a first time blogger and found atahualpa the best theme to work with for a newbie like myself. I'm always making improvements to my site and it's possible because of everything I can find here on the forums. Thanks for making it all possible!

Here's my blog. Still a work under progress.
I like your site, very nice work. Nice graphics.
  #136  
Old Jul 8, 2009, 12:21 PM
chromocyte
 
2 posts · Jul 2009
Thanks masterballer.

Love your site too! There's a slew of info there that my brain almost exploded, hehe.
  #137  
Old Jul 9, 2009, 03:26 PM
Adam
 
10 posts · Jul 2009
Boston, MA
I love how flexible the theme is.
My firm uses the theme, and (if I say so myself) pushes it to the limit visually
http://socialbootstrap.com

Well-- I thought we had pushed it to the limit.
My wife's (still in progress) site is going even further:

http://vividmargin.com


Both sites required a little digging around and hacking at stuff- but it isn't bad considering we have no web development experience, and had to learn html and css as we went.
  #138  
Old Jul 10, 2009, 02:22 PM
jankph
 
93 posts · Jul 2009
ATA 3.6.4 and WP 3.1
I am amazed at impressed with all the things that people have done with this theme...it really is near 100% customizable...fantastic to say the least, and I do appreciate all the work that has gone into developing this theme.

My website adventure started in 1998 with hand-coding HTML in a text editor, then came FrontPage and finally Dreamweaver, but 3 years ago I realized that the blog format offered what I needed without having to update and edit an endless number of templates whenever I fancied a design change. I went with TypePad, and customized my own theme, very much similar to the options here, but still a lot more limited in what you can do. In the end, TypePad wasn't really what I was looking for, so I switched to WordPress.com a year ago, but after I saw this theme I migrated to WordPress.org and started tweaking Atahualpa to my liking. Now it looks pretty much like my TypePad site did, but with all the extra bells and whistles that TypePad didn't have, and I guess, still doesn't have. Enjoy!

husdal.com

And a great Thank You to the BFA team.

Last edited by jankph; Jul 10, 2009 at 03:14 PM.
  #139  
Old Jul 11, 2009, 06:46 AM
Fabino
 
1 posts · Jul 2009
Hello,

I just want to share my Atahualpa theme v 3.4.1. : not a great customization but using excerpts with get_the_image() and the_content_limit(). And it works like a charm.

http://chabada.free.fr/
or
http://chabada.free.fr/?preview=1&te...t=atahualpa341

This is a demo site to test my themes and plugins. And it is in french: so nothing to read, just to see
  #140  
Old Jul 12, 2009, 02:05 PM
whomadewho
 
5 posts · Jul 2009
Well, my first post might as well be this. I just made a static site with the theme. (I just upgraded to 3.4.1 so there are a few things that I need to figure out that looked different when I made the site with an old version - like that horizontal bar on the front page. I just discovered this forum and am sure to find my answers here)

http://www.jemins.com
  #141  
Old Jul 13, 2009, 11:57 PM
whomadewho
 
5 posts · Jul 2009
I went from loving this theme to wanting to marry it with the 3.4.2 upgrade

Made an effortless website in about 5 hours today, including creating the logo, various other photoshop workings and creating the content from scratch!!

http://www.walker-painting.com
  #142  
Old Jul 16, 2009, 08:21 AM
mikecnwa
 
4 posts · Jul 2009
Land of the Razorbacks
Doc,

I really like the layout on your site. Can you tell me what you had to modify to get the featured post.

Thanks
Mikecnwa
  #143  
Old Jul 16, 2009, 11:49 AM
owenl
 
44 posts · Jan 2009
The site uses two versions of the WP Loop. This used to be hard to do int he previous versions of Atahualpa, but now that Flynn has exposed the loop in the options it is much easier to do this and have it update with new versions of atahualpa - although I haven't updated yet! The old way I had to manually update a couple of the PHP/CSS files

It isn't perfect (note the border at the bottom of the boxes is chopped off) - because it relies on a whole pile of CSS tricks to get the two boxes to be the same size

To be honest I probably can't tell you in detail without more work/time than I have right now. It would take me reading the code and documenting it. Keep an eye out here though. I might get time and post it....
  #144  
Old Jul 17, 2009, 09:24 AM
mcphoto
 
120 posts · Apr 2009
I've done five or six sites with this theme - it's amazing how fast you can customize it when you get used to where everything is. I've got a quite a library of CSS inserts going, too...

Here's my personal site, I like doing things that don't look "so wordpress":

http://www.cloudyproject.com/
  #145  
Old Jul 17, 2009, 02:18 PM
masterballer
 
4 posts · Jun 2009
Quote:
Originally Posted by mcphoto
I've done five or six sites with this theme - it's amazing how fast you can customize it when you get used to where everything is. I've got a quite a library of CSS inserts going, too...

Here's my personal site, I like doing things that don't look "so wordpress":

http://www.cloudyproject.com/
That's really good work.
  #146  
Old Jul 17, 2009, 02:23 PM
metalbuzz
 
3 posts · Jul 2009
Outstanding theme. Just upgraded to 3.4.2!
MetalBUZZ - http://www.metalbuzz.net
  #147  
Old Jul 17, 2009, 02:36 PM
mcphoto
 
120 posts · Apr 2009
Metalbuzz - that's cool, bet ya get some traffic!

I would really consider getting your meatalbuzz logo more prominent - the top banner ad really "reads" like the ID of your site. I know ad $$ are a big deal, but I'd "brand" your site a lot stronger.

Your audience is often a really raving "affinity" market, in that their entire self-image & lifestyle is often wrapped up in an specific interest (in this case, heavy tunes). Position yourself as someone who gets it, who is "one of them" and you're gold - but they got to remember who you are. I'd get a page banner as graphic & colorful as the ad that's up there, and give it a little breathing space - that could help you out long-term - just my 02! Best of luck.
  #148  
Old Jul 18, 2009, 11:28 AM
juandrah
 
24 posts · Jul 2009
OK, so this has been an exercise in using Athualpa to construct an attorney's website, which CAN'T use most of the blogging capabilities for privacy and professional reasons. The layout is done, I just need the correct copy and graphics to plug in and I can move it over to the domain.

http://www.juandrah.com/

The more I worked with this theme, the easier it got. Excellent product.
  #149  
Old Jul 21, 2009, 06:14 PM
Nelson
 
3 posts · Jul 2009
Fort Worth, TX
Hello All,

I have had my wordpress site for about a year or so, just never did much with it.

I never could find a design for it that I could live with. That has changed since I found Atahualpa, however.

Here is my url: http://www.chess-knights.net

If you visit there, you will not find a lot of content yet, but it soon will. I really like this new theme, and want to eventually turn it into a site whose structure is more cms-oriented than blog-oriented, although the blog will always be a part of the site.

I must say that wordpress is probably one of the best frameworks for a chess site. Wordpress and Atahualpa fits my needs beautifully.



Best wishes,

Nelson
  #150  
Old Jul 24, 2009, 10:19 PM
onlinebisnes
 
5 posts · Jul 2009
here is my new celebrity blog : http://juliannehough.celebrity.my
please comment

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