Old Newspaper

A WordPress Theme Looking Like an Old Newspaper

Author of Old Newspaper Theme is Growing Rapidly

July 11, 1993 ·

Young, Wild and Free
The aspiring WordPress author.

On the 9th of January 1991, this little boy entered the world. We are not absolutely certain, but now he looks like he might be ready to start learning WordPress. Who knows if he will make a theme called Old Newspaper of something in the future. Let’s just keep our eyes open.

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