Maybe it’s just me, but when I’ve come up with names for my themes in the past, I would always check to make sure the name wasn’t already taken. I’ve been getting some traffic because of Woo Themes creating a theme and naming it Coffee Break. A simple Google search would have shown them the name has been taken for about two and half years. No big deal to me, just curious what would happen if I created a new theme and named it Revolution or Cutline?
To create my first theme that I felt was “public release” worthy, I slaved over the details. The design is the opposite of what I’m using here on my site – It’s very conservative and “earthy”. No bright colors or rounded corners will be found here.
Coffee Break is a fixed-width layout. It’s also CSS valid, and widget ready. One of the things I really like is how the theme handles images. As most of you know, I’m a fan of the Cutline theme – more for it’s robust mark-up than for the default design. As Cutline has classes assigned to images, I’ve included that same idea in Coffee Break to make positioning an image in your post much easier. Special thanks to Small Potato at WPDesigner.com for his great tutorial which answered several questions I had.
I hope you guys like it.