I’m very happy to announce my fourth theme, Link, is now available for download from the WordPress.org theme directory. The Link them is an adaptation of the “Link” theme by Blacktie.co. It is a modern, fully responsive, “flat” style theme with a nice color palette, big full-width images, and full-width colored sections. The navbar is just a menu button fixed at the top of the page to let your content take center stage. It includes several beautiful header images for businesses, photographers, musicians, writers and you can upload your own as well.

It is based on the standard WordPress starter theme (_S) and the Twitter Bootstrap CSS framework. The theme was inspired by the HTML/CSS themes from Blacktie.co and color schemes from Designmodo.com’s flat UI.

Features include a mobile navigation bar, multiple columns (grid), buttons, icons, labels, badges, tabbed content areas, collapsible content areas, progress bars, alert boxes, carousels (sliders) and much, much more. This is a theme for both users and theme developers with lots of features but without the bloat.

Link Theme Screenshot
Read more on our Link Theme page, our How to Use our Themes Page and our Theme Shortcodes page.

Availability and Download

The Link Theme is available for download from the WordPress.org theme directory
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2 comments on “Announcing the Link WordPress Theme

  • Hi I really love your theme, it has the exact look my client wants…I have a couple of questions, however – first, when a static page is used as the home page, it appears to display the header graphic larger than when the same page is not used as the home. Is that actually a theme thing or am I doing something to cause that? If it’s designed that way, is there a way to get non-home designated pages to display the same way and size as a home page? Second, is there a way to re-position the page name overlay on the pages? change the font or text color or even eliminate that overlay altogether? Both these answers would be very helpful. Thanks in advance! JR

    • Hi, John. The home is indeed designed to have a larger image. Look at the theme-base.css file in the parent them (Flat Bootstrap). Search for section-image (non-home) and cover-image (home). To change the color of the text overlay, change the section-image h1 and cover-image h1 tags. To remove the text altogether try putting a blank space in the title and caption fields of the featured image.

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