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  • moshu

    (@moshu)

    Not without some work. Those designs have to be converted into a WP theme to be usable with WordPress.
    Several of them have been made as a WP theme, just try to search for the name of the templates.

    bmg1227

    (@bmg1227)

    How complex do you think it would be? Going into .php files and renaming div tags? I’m sure there more than meets the eye.

    moshu

    (@moshu)

    Actually it would be a little bit more than that. Those sNEws templates are a single file and a stylesheet. An average WP theme is built up of several files – just take a closer look at the files in your default or classic theme that come with the downloaded package.

    If you want to jump into trying it – I’d strongly suggest to read the articles from the Codex: Blog_Design_and_Layout and download and dissect several themes to understand how they work.

    bmg1227

    (@bmg1227)

    Yeah, I’ve already done my fair share of dissection simple to moderately complex things – enough to release my own theme. It’s the 2 column under the main body aspect of it that is confusing to teach myself.

    Like all things I do with design, trial and error. Thanks for the link!

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