It’s Threeme Day! I’m proud to present three new awesome themes!
Meet Bon Vivant.
Bon Vivant is a quirky restaurant-oriented theme designed by Denise Chandler. With a unique custom header information area, food menus support, Open Table registration widget, and a prominent space for your business’ phone number, Bon Vivant is the perfect choice for your café or food-themed blog.
Next up: SemPress.
Designed by Matthias Pfefferle. SemPress is an extremely lightweight, responsive theme designed to show off your posts, quotes, and images.
Last but not least is another ‘press’ theme, BonPress.
BonPress is a traditional, simple, and responsive theme ideal for individual bloggers. Designed by WPZOOM. It features Custom Menus, five Post Formats, and the ability to add a Custom Background, to make your blog posts even more beautiful.
- Apr 18, 2013 @ 4:00 pm
Apr 18th at 5:07 pm
I like BonPress and have it up on my test blog. What does “custom colors” mean? Yes, one can change background color ie “custom background” but that’s it. One cannot chnage the header area color not the color of links.
If “Custom Colors” an indication that we have to purchase an annually renewable custom design upgrade and do the required CSS editing to change the color of the header area and links because color selection is not built in, then that makes it the same as every other theme that does not have color customization features built-into theme.
Consequently, I find that “custom colors” feature label to be misleading. Please consider giving it the deep six because all it amounts to is advertising for the custom design upgrade.
Apr 18th at 5:45 pm
Thats nice. I like that theme. Its looks very professional
Apr 18th at 6:01 pm
Is that cheese in the Bon Vivant picture….it don’t look too tasty : (
Apr 18th at 6:26 pm
The BonPress looks really cool.
Is it a premium theme?
Apr 18th at 10:44 pm
Hi, do you think the line space in the blog post headline should be reduced? Otherwise SamPress is a fine theme.
Apr 18th at 11:04 pm
I love all of those themes, though I think I like SemPress the best. Is it premium?
Apr 19th at 12:33 am
Quero um desse!
Apr 19th at 1:24 am
Reblogged this on christyrusk and commented:
Hmm, lookin’ good, Word Press =)!
Apr 19th at 1:29 am
I must say I agree with timethief. Custom Color is misleading. It’s time that gets a new tag.
Apr 19th at 4:29 am
I came back to say I have put SemPress up in my test blog and I like it big time. It’s clean and light and responsive. It has almost every feature I want. Thanks for including it in the collection.
Apr 19th at 5:29 am
Thanks for the turn on. Exactly what I’ve been looking for.
Apr 19th at 7:11 am
Bon Vivant is the most appealing one, maybe because it’s premium?
Apr 19th at 7:12 am
Really nice to see these pros in action. Kudos to the guys who stand behind the BonPress for using such a nice color pallete. Will definitely see a lot of sites using Peach and Salmon as it appears to be a 2013 trend
Apr 19th at 7:30 am
Apr 19th at 3:34 pm
Bon vivant looks very pleasant…..
Apr 19th at 3:40 pm
Reblogged this on larselmquist.com and commented:
Nye skabelon fra WordPress.com, især til dig der har en restaurant eller cafe!
Apr 27th at 10:12 am
I love the artwork of Bon Vivant theme.