If Themanati and Thematticus were to have a baby, its name would be Themplicity. This theme is perfect for more picture-oriented blogs, but looks fine no matter what you post. Themplicity is responsive, meaning the layout adjusts to your screensize, and 100% customizable, meaning every color you see on this theme can be altered to your liking. You can spend ten minutes tweaking the colors or ten hours if you so choose.
There are over 100 custom options on this theme. Instead of explaining each and every option, I’ve decided to only explain the ones I feel are not self-explanatory.
- Permalink post info background, text, link, and link hover color: This is the permalink post info section. Use these custom options to change its background, text, link, and link hover colors.
- Tag and search query color: The reddish text you see here are the tag and search queries. Use this option to change its color.
- Main page tag section background, link, and link hover color: If you’ve checked the “show tags on main page” option, use these color options to change the sections background, link, and link hover colors.
- Post meta link and link hover color: The post meta is the bit of information right underneath each post. Use these options to change the post meta’s link and link hover colors.
- Permalink credit background, text, link, and link hover color: Change the background, text, link, and link hover colors of these.
- Personal post note background, text, link, link hover, and blockquote border color: The note that says “you reblogged this” is your personal post note. Use these options to change its background, text, link, link hover, and border colors.
- Page link background, background hover, link, and link hover color: The page links are the links that say “next” and “previous”. Use these options to customize their background, background hover, link, and link hover colors.
- Flickr photostream ID: If you have an active Flickr account and you want to display your latest uploads in the sidebar, place your photostream ID here. It should look something like this: 26907150@N08
- Google Analytics ID: Google Analytics tracks your blog’s visitors. If you have an account, place your custom ID here to start tracking your traffic.
I had to take out the two and four column options because I had to make sure the theme worked for everyone. Some people were complaining that posts were being overlapped by the sides of their computers, so I made the theme’s columns auto-adjust according to your screen resolution. I also had to take out the header image option because of a similar reason.