Performancing Launches PhotoPress Theme

Filed as News on June 16, 2007 12:33 am

Each month, Performancing releases an über-cool free wordpress theme intended for bloggers who wish to make a statement. This June, you can make an even stronger statement with the latest PhotoPress theme for WordPress. As they say: a picture paints a thousand words.

Photopress theme

Have you ever wanted to display your pictures in a photoblog without sidebar uglification? Well, that was the motivation behind Photopress; a one column WordPress theme specifically designed for photoblogs. With Photopress you can display large 640px width images without any clutter; perfect for the 640×480 landscape standard.

If you want your photos to be front and center on your photo blog, with little interference from your WordPress theme, then Photopress is the theme for you.

PhotoPress is another project done in cooperation with Brian Gardner. You can see a live preview on the Performancing themes blog. Performancing also hosts the official support forum for PhotoPress here.

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  1. By Gabriel posted on June 16, 2007 at 3:46 pm
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  2. By Greg posted on September 15, 2007 at 12:28 am
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    i fully integrate this new theme into my site. it’s great!

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