Two More for Woo

Although much delayed now, my previous plans to migrate my existing WordPress sites to awesome looking WooThemes continue.

This time, it’s to announce the latest two sites to get the Woo treatment: one planned, and one not originally on the radar.

Ka’anapali Dreamin’

Long overdue, my very first Maui site from ’07 picked up a new redesign using the “Fresh News” theme from WooThemes. By far my largest site based on the number of content pages and also posts/comments on the blog, this site was the first I fully designed by hand in Photoshop and assembled in Dreamweaver CS3.

Five years later, it was way passed it’s age, and although I had previously migrated it from static HTML into hybrid WordPress/static site, now (almost) everything is happily served by the WordPress engine.

Kris & Cindy

Originally not on the Woo list at first, I picked out the “Beveled” theme from WooThemes with the thoughts of making it’s Portfolio section work for me as a photo gallery. I feel it turned out nicely, but see for yourself and let me know what you think.

Previously this site was using a very slightly modified version of the stock WordPress theme, so having it showcase our growing family with a very well designed theme adds a little bit more to the happiness in our lives.

The List So Far

With these two additions, the current number of live sites I have running WooThemes is now up to 5.

To help keep track, I even added the WooTheme name for each site listed in my Portfolio.

On top of these five sites already Woo’d, I have 3 existing sites on the schedule and 2 new sites hoping to go live with it’s own WooTheme soon.

My goal right now would be to have each of these sites – 10 total – running a different WooTheme, which speaks to how large of a Theme catalog these guys have. And all for one subscription price, I have to say it’s been a great investment.

Be sure to stay tuned for the next two sites to go Woo, and a few other related announcements of things I’ve been working on lately.

– Kris

About Kris

Programming since age 14, professional software engineer Kris Nelson practices his life motto of "Never stop learning" by developing websites and Apps around his passions, while staying current with trends in technology and social media.