Themes

The absolute first thing you want to do when your site is installed and running is change it off the default theme. There are actually two copies of kubrick bundled in MU. One is under the default folder, the other is under a theme folder...

Small Potatoes, the designer of the theme I'm using on this blog, has realeased a FIVE DOLLAR theme club. Yeah, you read that right. $5 for at least 12 professionally designed and very slick themes over the course of a year. I've exchanged a few emails...

By default, the signup page users get directed to is made to integrate into the default theme. As the site admin of the best new blog host on the block, you're probably going to pick another theme so you can stand out in the crowd....

Let's face it, the default theme is ugly. Sure it was cool way back when, but now everyone has rounded corners and big blue headers. There may come a time when you would like to have the default theme on signup be something else. For this,...

Sometimes on a WPMU system, you may wish to have a theme enabled just for one blog. The main blog is a good example,. because you do not want users able to choose the exact same layout as the main blog with any custom coding...

In MU, users do not have access to the server, and the site admin is the one who will upload new themes. They stil go in the Themes directory just like in regular WordPress. Before they will show up sitewide for all users, the...