I’ve just switched ThemeMeme to my new theme, ThemeMeme Aeterno. It’s still a work-in-progress, but almost ready for release. Please check it out and post your feedback in the comments.

I just started school again last week and I’m already feeling swamped, so I won’t be making many changes to this theme. I’m going to wait a week or so for some feedback, then I’ll make a few tweaks and set it out into the wild.

You’re feedback and suggestions are greatly appreciated. I’ll try to fix anything broken, but please understand that I won’t necessarily have time to respond to your comments and incorporate your suggestions. But don’t hesitate to point out any glitches or make any wishes. You never know when I’ll find some time…

Published by Charlie Livingston

I'm Charlie, I run aThemes as well as a couple of other web properties. I'm currently living in SE Asia but originally from the UK.

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  1. AWESOME! Robert, the theme looks beautiful, very interesting solution, especially the orange marks on the sidebar.

    Nice!!

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  2. the structure of this theme is really fresh, i see it as a solution for at least a few interesting projects. The styling im not in love with, but that is actually a bonus …

    thank you for this theme

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  3. Thanks for the comments. I’m not totally satisfied with the styling, either, and I fully expect people to make changes. But I’m open to suggestions.

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  4. Really bold change, especially for an already-established blog. I especially like the front page design. The blank space just to the left of this comment area below the post looks a little weird, but maybe I’m just not used to it yet.
    In any case, your work continues to inspire!

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  5. It’s a great theme indeed. I will make a facelift, though, when I’m using it.

    Great job.

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  6. I like it. I wonder if you have built in an option to control how many posts are displayed on the main page? I also believe an option such as I’ve seen on a version of Hemingway some where that allows the visitor to pick between fonts sizes would be a good addition…

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  7. How very fresh! So nice to see a different design, certainly not perfect for all applications, but a beauty. Good to see you back blogging Robert.

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  8. thx a lotfor your work, this one is one of my preferred …

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  9. Definitely a very different theme. I like that you’ve broken the standard format, but I think the css needs to take more control over overflows, which might just be an issue of polish.

    Right now on my rig, the text is bleeding all over the tags on the main page. There’s also an odd space about half way down the main page.

    Either chop the text, provide scroll bars (probably not), or cut the text off with an ellipsis which might pop out a bubble containing the whole text when clicked.

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  10. I would like Undercore Theme, but the download link is broken. Could you fix it.
    Thanks

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  11. Hello
    Check my blog Elastika. I made a few changes to your theme. Hope you like it.

    http://www.elastika.org

    Regards

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