How to spice up your Blogger fonts with Cufón

Although we love WordPress, we’re not always “all WordPress, all the time” around here.  This post is going to be about how to spruce up your Blogger site using custom fonts that are cross-browser compatible. Blogger is great if you don’t have time or patience to learn all the ins and outs of a larger… (read more)

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Last Bit of Summer

The Last Bit of Summer template for Blogger was inspired by thoughts of fall leaves, ripe watermelon, and the beautiful golden light of late summer. It’s a little bit of summer serenity to me and I hope it will be to you too. Warm colors, art paper textures and a little bit of extra colorful… (read more)

dear Audrey

This charming Blogger template is a little bit vintage, a little bit writer and a whole lot of personality! It uses neutral colors and inviting paper textures with an added vintage style ornament as accents to create a warm and sophisticated setting for your words of wisdom, adorable pictures or online diary.  Dear Audrey uses… (read more)

How I fixed the “cannot redeclare _checkactive_widgets()” error in WordPress child themes

So, I had a problem.  For a while I’ve noticed a whole bunch of code being tacked on to my functions.php file.  I’ve had no idea where it came from since I certainly didn’t write it, so I generally just removed it when I saw it.  Then I noticed this weird php error when I… (read more)

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Indian Flowers

This theme, inspired by vintage Indian batiks and tapestries, exudes grace and sophistication.  6 color palettes are available so you can choose the one to fit your mood, office or season.  Built into the theme are our normal treasure trove of customized social networking icons, automagic Twitter hovercards for @usernames and configurable tweet displays, and… (read more)

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How to upgrade your Museum Theme to the most current version after you’ve made changes to the files

Our themes are released under the GPL.  That means that you are free to take them, change them, and even redistribute them under the terms of the GNU Public Licence.  We’ve seen what a couple of you have done with our themes and we couldn’t be happier to see you taking our code and bending… (read more)

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How to add customizable header images and customizable backgrounds to your WordPress theme

One of the coolest new features of WordPress 3.0 is the ability to customize the site header image and background color or image. The custom header actually goes one step further and lets you set a unique header for each of your pages. This means that you can create unique headers that tie into the… (read more)

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Color Garden

Color Garden is a free theme released on Museum Themes under the GPLv3.  This theme is jam-packed with features, from WordPress 3.0 functionality to Twitter integration.  Color Garden uses WP3.0′s custom header option, and comes with 4 unique headers that accent the 4 color palette options available on the theme options page.  We’ve also built… (read more)

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New Museum Theme: Ex Libris

Yesterday we released our fifth Museum Theme, Ex Libris.  If you’re reading this today (August 4, 2010), there’s still time to get $10 of the purchase price with the coupon code ‘exlibris’ (no quotes). Ex Libris was designed for typophiles and writers, putting the focus on type and content rather than graphics and bells and whistles.  Everything about the theme was done with readability in mind, from the background color to the font size, but we also added some of our own creative flair to give it a bit of minimalist edginess.  We used fonts from the reputable exljbris font foundry, which also inspired the name of the WordPress theme.  We’re excited about the powerful type controls we’ve added to the options page, allowing users to have full control over […]

Ex Libris

Ex Libris was designed for writers and typophiles.  Lacking fancy graphical bells and whistles, we focussed our attention, instead, on making your content readable with full typographic control.  Ex Libris features a unique approach to choosing the typography for your site.  Rather than relying on the tired basic web fonts, we’ve embedded the gorgeous free… (read more)

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