I was pleased to see this theme now available on WordPress.com, I have been using it for some time in the past for a self hosted blog/website. It is clean crisp, yet packed with all relevant options to make your blog into almost an online magazine. I may have to rethink my theme now.
Introduced in 2007 by Arun Kale, The Morning After was a game-changer as the first magazine style theme for WordPress; it is still considered by many to be the top of its class. In June 2010 WooThemes announced it was taking over the theme:
Considering the significance of this theme, we jumped at the opportunity. We felt that [The Morning After] started so many things in the WordPress community… and we wanted to put our weight behind one of the “pillars” of that community.
The Morning After sports a special home page template with featured posts, three available widget areas, and special styles for posts in the “Aside” format. Also included is an optional full-width page template that removes the sidebar and full support for a custom menu, header and background. A robust theme options menu allows for further customization: header links, page headings, full or partial content an archive pages, and more.
Read more about The Morning After on the Theme Showcase.
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