If you design themes regularly then you know about the code that you have to write over and over again. It doesn't matter how much you love doing if you have to write the same thing it will get boring. The good approach to take is to use a framework as it already has most of the code that you will need to write. Even better than using a Wordpress framework is to use an already produced wordpress theme and redo it to the new style. If I have to make up a new theme I always use an existing theme and change the styles, as it already has all the code that I would write any way. Why reinvent the wheel?
As I use another theme it's much easier to start off with a theme that has no styles. Having a theme with no styles means I can quickly start from fresh on a new theme. At this current time I am working on a new theme for this blog and I will be using a blank theme to start with then add the CSS and plugins and I have my new blog. ## List Of Blank Themes
Some of the features of the Wordpress Starter Theme are: - Blank style.css with theme name, author, URL, etc. tags at the top
The features of the Wordpress Naked Theme is: - Lightweight, semantic and validating XHTML
Page navigation is two level horizontal unordered lists which you can easily change
With an eye on SEO: - The site title and strap line are H1 on the homepage and H4 on internal
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