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Find Your Perfect WP Fit Using Themeshaker WordPress Theme Search
Nov08

Find Your Perfect WP Fit Using Themeshaker WordPress Theme Search

The latest version of WordPress has been downloaded by more than 65 million users and has raised the total of WordPress sites populating the web to somewhere in the neighborhood of 112 million. Those numbers make the task of creating an original site – sorting through a confounding array of options before…

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NetMaxx.com – Buy Premium WordPress Themes

A provider of premium WordPress themes, NetMaxx.com is where you can get all you need to have a blog whose design will encourage visitors to stick around and delve deep into your content. NetMaxx collects nothing but the best looking premium themes that money can buy. They’re all arranged by theme, and you can already choose from any of the following eight categories: “Business”, “Magazine”,...

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Ayloo.net – Follow Conversations Instead Of People

A bit like Subjot, Ayloo is a social networking site that lets users follow conversations, not other people. That is, Ayloo is what I like call a thematic network. You have your family, your friends and your colleagues as contacts, but what crops up when you visit the site is primarily all the conversations that people have been having concerning all these topics you are keen on. And Ayloo knows exactly what to show you for the simple...

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Timeline-WP.com – Timeline Theme For WordPress

You know how it goes. Facebook changes anything, and everybody and his wife switch into combative mode, denouncing Facebook for its heavy-handedness, lack of common sense and unbridled arrogance. Yet, if given half the chance to implement such a change on their very own sites or blogs then they trip over themselves to do it. And Facebook has been particularly active the last couple of weeks, so it’s only fair to assume that...

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Divine-Project.com – Create Blog Themes With Photoshop

If years and years of reading blogs have given you some excellent ideas for themes of your own, then this is a service you can but fall for. It will let you turn these ideas into actual themes that others can download and use on their blogs, without you needing to code anything at all. Divine Elements is letting you create the theme itself in PSD, and then have that design instantly converted to a WordPress file that bloggers can buy....

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