Thank you LegitDesigns, those are some good suggestions. I’ll try and work more with colours, and possibly some spacing.
I like the option for writing/reading comments … I have found a lot of good tips from other peoples questions and the authors answers. It also gives me a good idea about the level of support the author gives, which is important to me.
I have been working on a magazine-theme for a little while, and I was hoping to get some feedback. I have been talking to a coder who’s interested in doing the conversion from PSD to active WP, but I’m still finishing up the design. So far I have only done the front page …
... any thoughts?
Good point … hopefully not more than fifty bucks …
I need a theme that can help me transport my static website onto a Wordpress environment.
A little explanation is in order, I believe: I run a website dedicated to “comicjamming”. A comicjam is a comic that is created by multiple artists – one artist does the first comicpage, and then another does the next aso aso. My site has existed for more than five years, and more than 250 artists from around the world have participated.
This is the site we have today: http://globalcomicjam.com/index.php It works, but it’s very plain … very static … very boring.
I have made this PSD , to give you an idea about what it is I’m looking for, but it could REALLY be anything – just as long as the functions I need are there: http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f292/udgang99/layout_03.jpg
The problem, as I see it, is that all the comicjams needs to have a way of being updated easy with a new comicpage, and there has to be a way to show the newests updates on the sites frontpage.
If you want any more information, please feel free to contact me on my email: udgang99 [a] gmail [.] com
Oh … I have a very limited budget.