Discussion on Castle - 9 in 1 Professional Blog Template


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Nice, looks simple and useful :)

Thanks, :)

this is a really nice theme, but it doesn’t install on WP 3 .0, which I find highly annoying. The help file doesn’t have any special instructions for how to install it. Using the default theme installation function in WP to install this theme:

Warning: fopen(.../wp-content/themes/castle-9-in-1-professional-blog-template-source/style.css) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in …/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4165

Castle doesn’t follow WP’s guidelines for theme structure, which menas that now I’m going to have to go through a lot of annoying nonsense to figure out what that theme structure is and hopefully get the thing installed.

Do you have any instructions for how to get your theme installed properly? You should include them in a how-to.html file with the theme—or better yet, make the theme auto-install properly.

groan. i searched for “castle” and this was the first result. I bought the wrong one, really sucktar.

here’s the usability analysis: “Castle – 9 in 1 Professional Blog Template” didn’t say “NOT a WordPress template” so when I saw this as the first search result, I didn’t think to look at the other results. The page titles for both themes get cut off as “Castle – 9 in 1 Professional …”; the differentiating factor (i.e. one is WordPress and the other is DIY ) is not apparent anywhere but in the fine print.

Anyway, small usability fix to mod the theme titles s.t. the differentiating feature is up front… just a suggestion.

Hi there,

Thanks for purchase castle and sorry to hear that the new html version caused confusion to you. But the title and the thumbnail are both different, and it is under the site template category, so i think it is fine. Anyway, thanks for your suggestion, :)

Awesome!! Thank you.

Hi the WP version is not available anymore?