Block Rocker WordPress Theme

Block Rocker is an “back to the basics” widget ready WordPress theme based on a TextPattern template by Squared Eye.

Demo, Download and License

Block Rocker WordPress ThemeTest the theme by running the demo, then grab a copy of Block Rocker WordPress theme. This theme is free for personal use, we urge you refer to the license section below before downloading if you plan on using it commercially or otherwise. The theme works with WordPress versions 2.0.x through 2.5.

The theme was ported over from TextPattern by the collaborative effort of MandarinMusing WordPress Theme and Headsetoptions Web Design. This effort was made possible with support by SAS 70 Audit and Baseball Cards.

The theme is released under a combined CC and GPL license. The CSS (stylesheet) and images are released under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License, while the rest of the theme files are released under a GNU GPL License. What this means is, if you are to use this CSS/images to redesign, you are required to link back to the theme authors in the footer. You can make any changes to the php files any way you like. However, we prefer you leave the credits for the theme intact to help users find this theme easily. You are not allowed to redistribute this theme in part or whole. Contact us if you plan on using it commercially or if you have any special needs.

Free Support and Paid Customization

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  1. 1. Jakob G | May 12, 2008 #

    Sorry guys but this doesn’t work. The navigation totally fucks up in IE7.

  1. 2. hso | May 13, 2008 #

    @ Jakob G

    Can you describe the problem clearly? I checked it with IE 7 and it seem to be working.

  1. 3. kevin | November 20, 2008 #

    How do I add “next page” and “previous page” options at the bottome of every page?

  1. 4. Kevin | November 30, 2008 #

    Still haven’t figured it out. Please help with the page buttons at the bottom of each page. Thanks.

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