Remember Callidora? And how I took it away and made it into a premium theme so way fewer people use it?
Well not anymore.
Now there are two versions of Cygnus (and the premium one has had some bug fixes). I’d obviously prefer if you bought the premium version but if you want something similar to Callidora without the £4 price tag and some awesome features, the free version of Cygnus is for you!
I quite like the idea of having a premium and a free version of each of my themes so look forward to more of this type thing.
To be released on Sunday, my premium theme Ciceron for an introductory price of £5. It has some cool features - quick like and reblog links, seamless disqus integration, 24 possible social icons (also I’m open to adding more if you have suggestions), an appearance option for select tags to be displayed in sidebar, works in all window sizes (try resizing the demo), parallax background…
At the same time I’m going to release two more versions of Ambrosius and hopefully the infinite scroll/post info fix for Callidora.
If you have any questions ask non-anon here. Soooo what do you think?
This is an exciting time. I’ll be releasing my premium theme Ciceron in the next week, as well as two other versions of Ambrosius, one with four columns and square posts and one with masonry and two columns, similar to Ciceron (but nowhere near as awesome) if you don’t want to buy it. I’ll also be putting some serious time into fixing that infinite bug in Callidora which I know is an issue for a lot of people. A lot of people have been asking how much Ciceron will cost, as I’ve quoted a few numbers, it will have an introductory price of £5, but after a week will increase to the full price of £10 and you can buy it with paypal and will be instantly emailed a link to the code. I have such a passion for making websites so thank you for allowing me to spend so much time on it by supporting my premium theme (I’m jumping the gun a bit but I have faith in you).
Anonymous asked:Hello! I know you’re not answering questions about themes but I thought I’d let you know in case you were planning on improving any of them that your new “Callidora” theme (which is lovely by the way) isn’t very user friendly when it comes to permalink pages and captions on photos. Captions are semi-covered by that white bar thing with info and the alignment is off because I don’t think you took into account the possibility of captions. Otherwise it’s virtually flawless. :) xo
I noticed this earlier today and fixed it so if this bothers you please reinstall it