New: Knowledgebase with Images

Since launch (and for some time before) we’ve been working on some heavy modifications of our core themes. Today we can release the first of many many many of these. All of these heavy modifications, or child themes, will be released free to all WPBundle customers.

Knowledgebase: With Images

Click to Demo Theme

To show how versatile the Knowledgebase theme is, we’ve been working on a variation that takes it away from being mostly text based, and gone for something far more visual and interesting to the eye. We’re all about giving you variety; variety of uses and variety of styles, so you can now use Knowledgebase for far more than you’d imagine.

Some more Theme Screenshots

We’ve done more than just add featured images to the theme. We’ve completely re-styled it to give you something completely different to work with, and to show just how versatile our themes are.

Demo the New Themes

Demo Knowledgebase with Images
Demo The same: with Sidebar

More Updates + Download instructions

To Download the latest release which includes the new themes, as well as the following fixes and updates listed below, simply log-in to your WooThemes dashboard and re-download the themes bundle. Simple.

Buy The Bundle & This Theme

If you don’t already have The Bundle you can buy this variation, as well as around 50 other themes and variations in the bundle, which also includes this Icon Set, from the sidebar, or start the buy process now. Everything is included for only $250.

Practical Updates

06.01.2010 – Version 0.1.3
* Fixed Twitter Links in both header and footer (typos)
* Created templates for many sections of the static homepage for easier child themes.

Diverse Updates

06.01.2011 – Version 0.1.4
* Removed old code in theme-functions.php causing non-fatal error. Ref.

Knowledgebase Updates

06.01.2011 – Version 0.1.3
* Removed last comment from sidebar.php (causing AJAX return error)
* Allows custom logo to be uploaded replacing the tagline.
* Fixed menu padding and added hover state.

Roaming Updates

06.01.2011 – Version 0.1.4
* Fixed footer alignment in Firefox via style.css
* Made Twitter BG larger
* Updated bookmark link to use jQuery Plugin
* Moved Spotlight navigation down a bit.

9 Comments

  1. Christopher Hamze on January 7, 2011

    Wow! Great new twist on an already great theme.

  2. Carmelo Santana on January 7, 2011

    I downloaded the wp-bundle and it contains the old KB theme … maybe try again later today?

  3. Liam McKay on January 7, 2011

    It will still contain the old KB theme, but you’ll have a new folder containing the new themes. They’ll be in the main WPBundle folder, but they’ll be separate to the main KB theme.

    I’ve just checked the download, these new themes are in there.

  4. Liam McKay on January 7, 2011

    Some users might have had problems with the download giving you the past release. For those few it should definitely be fixed now, re-download if the new themes are missing from your bundle.

  5. Francis on January 10, 2011

    Hi Liam,

    I have a question. I did not buy the bundle yet, so my question may seems stupid ! ;-)

    Knowledgebase with images is a mod of Knowledgebase included in the bundle. You say it is a child theme. So it means that the parent theme remains the same, right ? But on the other hand, it means that I may have to update both themes at one point, no ? Did I miss something ?

    Thanks for your reply ! ;-)

    • Spencer on January 10, 2011

      Yes all of our variations are child themes. This means no changes are made to the parent theme. So when an update for the parent theme is published, all you have to do is drag and drop the folder, without worrying about any of your changes being overwritten.

  6. mamjed on January 28, 2011

    How do I install a variation?

    • mamjed on January 28, 2011

      got it…

  7. Kryz on February 5, 2011

    I think you should add a “Variations” section within the theme details page containing at least a link to try the new variations.

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