Today we’re pleased to introduce the latest addition to our themes, Skeptical. Originally released by WooThemes for self-hosted WordPress.org blogs, Skeptical has seen great popularity as a blog theme. Now, it is available on WordPress.com.
The WordPress.com version is designed with Post Formats in mind. Skeptical supports nine post formats – standard, quote, aside, image, gallery, chat, audio, link, and video. Just by looking at the screenshot above, however, you can’t see all of the ingredients that make this theme sizzle. Now would be a good time to read all about Skeptical’s features on the Theme Showcase.
- Aug 23, 2011 @ 6:09 pm
Aug 24th at 12:05 pm
WooThemes are generally great. I just started a new second blog last week using their The Morning After theme; frankly I was surprised it was free. Skeptical appears to be following that tradition, and is tempting me to switch, but on balance I think Morning After still suits that particular blog’s needs better. But still, very impressed by the flexibility of all the different post formats.
Aug 24th at 12:26 pm
I really like this theme and I will try it, that’s for sure
Keep up the good work
Aug 24th at 12:43 pm
Hey Theme Team!
I just love it when you guys work with WooThemes to come up with amazing blog templates for WordPress.com bloggers. Here’s to hoping you would release more magazine-style themes . . . FREE!!
Thanks very much!
Aug 24th at 1:25 pm
Awesome when I know that free !! Thankssss…
Aug 24th at 1:58 pm
I am totally psyched about this theme! I’m already playing around with it to see what it can do.
Aug 24th at 3:23 pm
Ooooh, I like this one a lot! If I can figure out how to convert my blog to it, without losing any of my current widgets, I’ll give this one a try.
Aug 24th at 5:40 pm
Clean, simple and very cool-looking. Nice features, too. Thanks!
Aug 24th at 7:28 pm
Great theme! i would pay for it…but thanks for keeping it free!
Aug 24th at 9:36 pm
Wow… I like it so much…….. I have to use it.
Aug 25th at 1:29 am
Really focuses attention on the content. I love it!
Aug 25th at 3:49 am
It reminds me of all the other ones……
Aug 25th at 5:55 am
Is there a way to change the fonts used in this theme without spending a dime?
Frankly, I feel the the fonts on it don’t belong there.
Aug 25th at 7:20 am
I think, I’m a bit skeptical about Skeptical.
But it’s so simplistic I kinda like it.
Aug 25th at 7:31 am
I like this…very simple and lovely!
Aug 25th at 8:59 am
Is this for free? Wow. Amazing job! Thank You for the theme so much. I think many of bloggers from WordPress.com is glad to use the theme for free.
Aug 25th at 4:34 pm
This is a pretty nice one. I am currently using Two Thousand and Eleven.
Aug 25th at 8:37 pm
Very clean and simple, nice work.
Aug 25th at 9:33 pm
Very beautiful. Definitely considering this for my blog.
Aug 26th at 12:34 am
Gaurav Tiwari, said it best. I agree.
Aug 26th at 2:59 am
Great, I am proud of this beauty ………………. ok. Thank you.
Aug 26th at 8:43 am
This is good stuff.. Piece of art!
Aug 27th at 1:54 am
its nice and clean theme. i hope you’ll be sharing more of your talent in the future.
Aug 27th at 3:20 am
This must be love at first sight! I so love it I’m using it now. THANK YOU SOOO MUCH! )
Aug 29th at 2:06 pm
I like it a lot except it’s not right for my photography blog…
Aug 29th at 3:00 pm
I dig it. it looks great!
Aug 29th at 9:51 pm
I find this quite easy on the eye. I know it won’t be to everyone’s taste, but hey, that’s the point of themes.
Aug 31st at 5:00 am
I love, love, LOVE this theme. Please update so that the HTML links are clearly visible – the black and grey are nearly indistinguishable at the moment!
Sep 3rd at 2:35 pm
I like it very much. Clean and simple!
Sep 3rd at 5:54 pm
A really lovely, clean, bright theme (the best yet). I agree with the last poster: please update the links, they are hardly visible at all. Thanks!