Andreas Viklund has 11 free CSS templates. The designs are clean and smart, and are probably pretty friendly to modifications. Andreas says the following about the templates:
These are my free XHTML/CSS website templates. They are free to use for any purpose without any limitations or obligations. I kindly ask you to keep the small ...
Template World has some really nice Web 2.0ish templates available for free. It's worth checking out.
Free XHTML/CSS Templates For Web Design>>
We bloggers spend a lot of time in the admin section of our WordPress blogs. It can get kind of boring looking at the same blue chunky lettering and design after a while. I decided to install the WordPress NiceAdmin plugin to add some variety to the same 'ol same 'ol.
It is so pretty! ...
I never really look at the main page of my WordPress admin section. It is full of all sorts of stuff that I didn't ask to see, so I just ignore it. But why not put information there that you are interested in, or that helps you with your blogging?
Ramit over at I Will Teach You To Be Rich reminds us
that when all is said and done, a blog's success depends on the merit of its content, and not on the quality of its design, stats programs, or all the SEO stuff ...
A little while ago one of the commenters here asked if I knew how to display shared items from Google Reader in a blog, such as in the sidebar. David Paul Robinson explains
how to put a "clip" on your blog that contains your shared items. You could probably also use one of ...
If you insert an image in your post that is too wide for your blog layout, it will break the design. The iMax width plugin
sets a maximum width for photos. This is useful for the following reasons:
It won't allow you or other users to inadvertently break your
Generating a sitemap for your site is an important step in optimizing it for the search engines. However, they tend to be very unpretty. See the sitemap on this site
, for example. Not exactly a thing of beauty....