Mimbo: Although the base of the design itself is quite simple, this free magazine theme can be used to create an extremely attractive website. In addition to the featured content box at the top of the theme, this theme allows you to showcase plenty of other pieces of content on the homepage.
Church WordPress Theme: Another member of the latest generation of the Revolution family of themes, Church is a three column theme with a great looking color scheme. Church does a great job of balancing the amount of content and advertisements on each page.
The Morning After: Thanks to its expert use of white space, The Morning After theme is able to fit a lot of content onto its homepage without feeling cluttered or crowded. If you need a theme that displays a lot of content but still has clean feeling to it, you should take a look at The Morning After right now.
If you have spent much time looking at premium WordPress themes, you have undoubtedly noticed that there are a lot of premium portfolio themes. Although I will be the first to admit that there are some great looking premium portfolio themes, I am well aware that not every person who wants to create an online portfolio can afford to purchase a premium theme. This is especially true for people who are just getting started, because those are the times when every dollar really does count.
Because I wanted to make sure that everyone knows that there are great portfolio themes that are completely free, I decided to compile a list of the best ones from around the Internet. It took awhile to track down the freebies (because the premium themes are marketed so aggressively), but I am quite pleased with the list of eight free portfolio themes that I have assembled. So, without further ado, here are eight portfolio themes that won’t cost you a cent to legally download and use:
As the web becomes a more interactive medium, many bloggers are making the transition to include more multimedia elements into their blog, such as photos and videos. While the majority of bloggers still use text as their primary communication medium and simply supplement it with the other multimedia elements, there is a small but growing percentage of bloggers who are making the complete transition to video.
Whether you call them videobloggers, vloggers or simply bloggers, these people are using a different method to connect with their audiences. Therefore, it seems logical that they would want a theme with different features than a standard blog. Whether you are just getting into the world of video blogging or have been doing it for some time, I’ve gathered the five best free themes for any blogger focused on video. You can use one of these themes to launch a new video blog, or to give your existing vlog a fresh look.