New Themes: Minnow and Cols
Minnow is a light, simple theme that puts your social presence front and center, while Cols is a novel theme that lets you tell your stories without the layout getting in the way.
We’re happy to introduce two brand new free themes today!
Designed by Mel Choyce, Minnow is a light, simple theme that puts your social presence front and center. A social links menu is displayed prominently below the site title and logo, so readers can easily find you on your favorite social networks.
Learn more about the free Minnow theme at the Theme Showcase, or preview it by going to Appearance → Themes.
This theme is designed by yours truly: Cols is a novel theme that lets you tell your stories without the layout getting in the way.
Standard-format posts are displayed in a newspaper-like layout, with three columns on large monitors, two columns on medium-sized displays, and a one-column layout on small screens like phones. Other supported post formats — Aside, Image, Video, Quote, Link, and Chat — are displayed in a simple single-column layout.
Learn more about the free Cols theme at the Theme Showcase, or preview it by going to Appearance → Themes.
These look great. However, I wonder if there will be any more Halloween themed sites coming up soon?
How do I change the theme I am currently using?
Both are good. But, Minnow is kind of awesome.
I love Minnow and may just use it for my blog that’s launching soon. Was wondering though why it doesn’t support custom headers. Also, I can upload my own logo in PNG, right?
Wish Minnow had a full-screen sliding menu like Celsius. It looks really nice otherwise.
Please making themes like this for writing I seriously want to glomp you all now 😉 Can you make themes like the old Vigilance but like free like with serif fonts in nice clean crisp size and savviness and well also make it free? Maybe I am asking alot but I love your free themes and the nice elegance some of them has.
I switched over to Minnow this morning and am digging it. Feels/looks a lot better than my previous theme. Awesome work, Mel Choyce!