WordPress Child Theme for Twenty Eleven: Yellow!

The history of Yellow! WordPress child theme started when I found Yellow!, a photoshop template design (PSD) made by Andre Septian Noore, in pixelbeam. Andre called it a “minimalist blog template”.

That’s true, since Yellow! is an awesome minimalist one-column PSD weblog theme with elegant typography and nothing to distract from the main content. The main body text is centered on index and justified on single page with letterpress text effect.

The clean and minimalist layout bended me on my knee by the first sight. It made me really, really want to make a WordPress version of Yellow!. And now, my wish comes true.

There are several minor changes I have done to the theme, though. I changed the Delicious font to Amaranth from Google Web Fonts –with letterpress effect. I set the default paragraph align to the left instead of center, added icon tags, and changed tag icon in footer.

Yellow! is very ideal for personal blog use, espescially if you create a photo blog because each post featured image has 760 x 300 pixel size. Hope you guys like it. :)

Features:

  1. Clean, simple, minimalist
  2. Support post format: Standard, Aside, Link, Gallery, Status, Quote, Image
  3. Default font using Amaranth from Google Web Fonts
  4. Site title font using Lobster from Google Web Fonts
  5. Single column (no-sidebar)
  6. Featured Image (760 x 300 pixels)
  7. Author information on each post
  8. Threaded comments
  9. Customized menu
  10. Drop-down menu
  11. 3 column footer widgets available

Demo WordPress Child Theme for Twenty Eleven: Yellow!

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