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Twenty Ten

Average Rating
4.7 out of 5 stars
Golden Oldie
By , for WP 4.5.2

Started my first website 6 years ago with 2010.
My new website also uses 2010.
Very flexible mallable anything goes easy to use for all purposes.
Big hand for the WordPress crew ! ;=)

A Classic
By , for WP 4.5

A Classic theme which so many different WordPress themes have been based upon.
Although becoming a little dated, it can still be the basis for many modern designs without needing to write a line of HTML or PHP.

Adding a URL to Post in ThemeTwenty Ten adds an underline.
By , for WP 4.3.1

When I run the "http://tedheadly.com/display" with THEME Twenty Ten the Post text is underlined, to the associated text.

If I replace the THEME with Rembrandt, the Post text is not underlined.

Both THEMES Twenty Ten and Rembrandt are available within the URL

My objective is for the Post text not to be underlined.

Regards Ray

Very Best
By , for WP 4.3

This is without doubt the Best theme
Simple but effective and so easy to alter to personalise by adding your own header banner

I used this theme for so many years I can't remeber, but would never update & change to any other

Please make Twenty Ten responsive!
By , for WP 4.1.3

Five years on, we are still running Twenty Ten since none of the later Twenty+ themes felt as good for our site http://www.peteranne.it. And so are lots of other people, judging by the reviews. PLEASE can you make Twenty Ten responsive so that it can adapt to mobiles, thanks Peter & Anne

Very easy to work with
By , for WP 4.1.1

Twenty Ten was the first theme I ever used with WordPress. I still use it as my preferred theme on all new projects. I've tried some of the newer themes, but they're just not as clean and friendly to the user or developer.

Being more responsive would be a nice addition, as would more access to colors without having to create my own CSS. But the layout works great.

My biggest complaint with most of the themes is the ridiculous requirement for such large images for things such as the header. Now that search engines are starting to penalize non-mobile-friendly sites, it's time to get away from 1000-pixel image widths.

Needs to be re-coded
By , for WP 4.1.1

Was a good theme at one time, but Twenty Ten needs a reboot. Would be good to incorporate that other user's responsiveness or should I say Fluid Layout without plugin, and add ability to customize a logo. Using a plugin to customize is only part of the problem, you will still need to install floating menu button for tablets to break at 800px, and the Jetpack mobile theme.

You could make it fluid and force secondary widget area on the right side like this traditional wp layout...

[header]
[content]-[secondary-widget-area][primary-widget-area]
[footers]

Although there is a secondary widget area it just extends under the primary widget area. Not the expected results. However, I do like this theme because it's easy to read and hope it gets updated. If fluid you could go wider to maybe 1200 or a safe one would be 1024px.

Es bueno
By , for WP 4.1.1

Mítico theme, es muy bueno y ligero, que es lo más importante.

Hello Dolly
By , for WP 3.9.1

This version was the first with which I ad the pleasure to work and it is still my favorite due to the familiarity and friendliness. I know my way around here. So many alterations are possible that no one can tell the same basic site has been utilized. I love Dolly.

simply the best
By , for WP 4.1

the best theme

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