A sniper shot and killed President John F. Kennedy on the streets of Dallas Friday. A 24-year old pro-Communist who once tried to defect to Russia was charged with the murder shortly before midnight. Kennedy was shot about 12:20 p.m. Friday at the foot of Elm Street as the Presidential car entered the approach to the Triple Underpass. The President died in a sixth-floor surgery room at Parkland Hospital about 1 p.m., though doctors said there was no chance for… Read more.
"Space Cowboys", or simply "Update 2.5", is out. It brings you more visual tools than ever before. Eight color schemes and styles. Handwritten typefaces. Boxed Mode, making your theme look closer to a physical paper than ever. And many other options. This update was a thrill to work on, because this time I put more power than ever over in your hands. You can combine different types of typefaces with different color schemes as you will. Or you may choose… Read more.
The desire to branch out the Old Newspaper Theme into more visual expressions has been brewing in me a long time. A new Sci-fi Newspaper look is bouncing around in my mind, an Old American Western Newspaper have been suggested by a user, and I am already preparing for it. A more book/diary like approach has also been on the table. These are all things in the pipeline for the next major update. But for this to be possible,… Read more.
We are always striving to bring you the best possible Old Newspaper Theme there is, and because of our new pricing model, we can put more time into it than ever. It's easier than ordering a cuppa We decided to transfer to Patreon this year, and so far it has been a success. Our patrons have been faithfully bringing their part to the table each month, investing the price of a cup of coffee or more into this Theme each… Read more.
Retro never went out of fashion. Whether you want to go back to the 80's or all the way back to when newspaper front pages were only covered in text and no pictures, Old Newspaper WordPress Theme provides the tools for you to build your dream paper! Now with more options than ever. What we've noted over and over from your feedback, is the want for more freedom to customize. So in this theme we have focused on checkboxes that gives you the ability to move the layout around as you are checking and unchecking. Read more.
Want your WordPress theme to feel like an old newspaper? Say no more! The latest update of the Old Newspaper WordPress Theme is here, with the largest of it's new features being no less than three different color schemes. After having the former version out a long time, we got a lot of incredibly on-point feedback from our users. How is a newspaper supposed to feel when converted into a website? Well, clearly you know how! The feature requests that kept coming back to us from several sources have now been implemented as we release version 2.2 of the Old NewsPaper WordPress Theme. Read more.
Turns out. The older a newspaper become, the better they are. At least if one is to use it for decoration purposes. It was a late November night in the year twothousandseventeen that the ground breaking discovery was made. As the rain pounded against the windows, and a strong north wind rattled the glass, a fresh, off the press edition of "Mitt i Salem" flew through my mail slot. I held it up towards the waning light and scrutinized its surface for any sign of worthiness. It just was not to be compared with the rolled-up, different prints I had standing on my shelf—some of which dated all the way back to 1934. Read more.
The Theme features two menu locations. Main Menu The Main Menu is your large overview menu — your complete site map for your user. It is hidden inside the dropdown menu, to allow for it to grow as large as you need it. The Main Menu is prepared for 5 levels of sub menus, though it is highly recommended that you keep it much simpler than that for usability. It is always tucked away in the hamburger menu, so it… Read more.
The Old Newspaper WordPress Theme grew from a few simple ideas. First of all: Old newspapers look good. Second: it should not be too cluttered, and focus on the reading experience—like an old newspaper. Thirdly: I simply wanted to make a WordPress theme. The theme is aiming to capture the feeling of holding a classic newspaper in your lap. Those large headlines, and that tightly fitted grid on the front page. Your room almost turns Black & White around you—(hopefully not). In this digital version of that paper, the article grid is responsive, refitting the news articles as your resize your browser. You may sit with a smartphone in your lap instead, but the feeling is still there. When your eyes have passed across the grid of articles, you select one that entices you, and enter into the reading experience. Read more.
It is no longer negotiable, except in very special cases; a web page should be responsive. That is, it should change appearance according to your screen width, in order to fit all kinds of devices from mobile phones to pads to huge screens. We have taken it a step further to ensure this WordPress them is really smooth. Read more.