WordPress Themes

Since switching to WordPress, I have been playing around with WordPress themes. I am looking for a minimalist style with black text on a white background. I prefer variable-width two-column themes while themes seem to be fixed-width. I am not a big fan of top navigation bars or header images.

* [ScribbishWP](http://pittcrew.net/geekblog/scribbishwp) is a port of a Typo theme. It uses the [hAtom microformat](http://microformats.org/wiki/hatom) and is supposed to be easy to customize. It is a fixed-width theme and under Typo I had to tweak it to be wide enoguh to display images properly. Unfortunately, it doesn’t support some newer features like [Sidebar Widgets](http://automattic.com/code/widgets/).

* [Sandbox](http://www.plaintxt.org/themes/sandbox/) is a minimalist theme which is meant to be easy to be styled. It also has support for some newer features. I am going to play around and see if I can style it into something I like.

* [K2](http://getk2.com) is the followup to [Kubrick](http://binarybonsai.com/wordpress/kubrick/), the default WordPress theme. It has lots of advanced AJAXy features. It is supposed to be easy to customize and style. There seem to be lots of variants.

* [Cutline](http://cutline.tubetorial.com/) is a nice, clean, two-column theme.

* [Regulus](http://www.binarymoon.co.uk/projects/regulus/) is two-column customizable theme. A little busy for my taste.