The Story behind WordPress Child Theme for Twenty Ten – Japan Tsunami. Friday March 11, 2011, a 9 magnitude earthquake hit Japan at 02.46 pm local time. Only minutes afterwards, a tsunami of over 33 ft hit Japan. Thousands of lives were swept away and many more still missing. The earthquake was announced to be the most powerful earthquake ever hit Japan and one of the most powerful earthquake ever hit earth since 1900. And now, although it has been 10 days since the earthquake and tsunami, we still want to do something to help. Hopefully it is not too late for that.
We were wondering what design we should use for the WordPress Theme, before we finally decided to use Photo Gallery theme. The theme is perfect for Photo-blog or Portfolio-blog. At front page, there are 4 columns of thumbnail image size 220 x 165 pixels. You can set the row numbers the way you like it. Thumbnail’s width is the same with widget footer, that way it looks more gridded and minimalist.
On the single post page, we designed that post width should not exceed 940 pixels, without sidebar. You can present your photo, video or text paragraph in a much better way this way.
We called this WordPress child Theme “Japan Tsunami”, dedicated to all victims of Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.
You can donate the victims by purchasing our theme or send your donation directly to our Paypal account. How much you can donate through us or how much do you donate from every theme purchased? You can find out here.
Let’s do something and make them smile even more 🙂
PS: you can download the We Pray For Japan image here
Features Japan Tsunami WordPress child Theme :
- TwentyTen Theme based, WordPress 3.0 default
- WordPress 3.0 version or latest
- Quicksand Book CSS3 @font-face for heading
- Four Column Image on home (no-sidebar)
- Single Column on post (no-sidebar)
- Featured Image (Required)
- Author information on each post
- Threaded comments
- Customized background
- Customized menu
- Drop-down menu
- 4 footer widgets available
- Grid layout size according to 960 grid system