We are releasing another new BuddyPress compatible, responsive WordPress theme today. It is called Lush. read on
After great feedback from users of the Xi and Pure themes, we are launching another responsive, BuddyPress compatible theme. It is called Mint. read on
The new WordPress admin bar is much prettier than the default BuddyPress bar and so you will be pleased to know that the two are being merged. read on
Still getting the paper version of .Net magazine, which has been a great place to find inspiration and new ideas over the years.
So I was delighted to discover that Antony Ribot had named the ThemeLoom as Responsive Site of the Month in the magainze’s Gallery section (p69, March 2012 edition).
It’s nice to get some recognition now and then for your hard work.
In case you hadn’t noticed the design which the Loom is currently wearing is a child theme of our recently launched Pure theme – one of our responsive WordPress themes.
Both Xi and Pure work like a treat, and look great.
Anthony Ribbot, .Net Magazine March 2012
A few users were asking how to add a Google Plus button to the share buttons that appear at the bottom of posts and pages in our recent themes. Well, actually our framework lets you add any buttons you like, if you have the code. So this is how to do it. read on
With our latest update (3.1) to the Mu theme, the theme will no longer be shipping with the timthumb thumbnail script. By default the theme will now use the native WordPress thumbnails requiring users to add a feature image to each post or page. read on
We just added a skeleton child theme for our Pure theme. It is available to members who have purchased Pure in Your Loom.
We are checking our themes against the new beta version, especially since they have updated the core jQuery. There are some neat new tweaks to the dashboard too.
We are releasing an update to our Mu theme today. This is a major update of the theme, though most of the changes are under the hood. read on
Did you notice our new mascot? All the other theme shops have one so thought we would too! Meet the Theme Weaver.