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  1. thinkjayant thinkjayant January 15, 2009 at 12:17 pm |

    Hmm.. nice to see the results and check what others thought about. Footer i already widgetize. I would like to see other area also widgetized. Can we have more than primary and secondary widget areas..?

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    Thinkjayant

  2. StormRider StormRider January 15, 2009 at 5:02 pm |

    Great to see the results of the survey – no real surprises there from my point of view.

    I guess what people mean when they choose a Magazine/News style and minimalistic, is that they don’t want a theme that is too cluttered or busy – one with plenty of white space and a clean layout – my opinion only.

  3. Thomas Clausen Thomas Clausen January 16, 2009 at 11:42 am |

    Justin wrote:

    I can create this theme though. It would only take me a few minutes and a few lines of code. If you’re interested, I’ll show you how to do it in the support forums.

    I would love to see this, because I voted for this option, even though you included it for fun. I think it’s a great idea and it gives more control to the theme users that don’t have the css and php skills you have.

  4. PegasusTeam PegasusTeam January 17, 2009 at 3:12 pm |

    Just out of curiosity and to better gauge what 20% or 30% represents.
    How many people took the survey?

    Thanks
    Ron

  5. Nice from Thailand Nice from Thailand January 17, 2009 at 9:39 pm |

    I didn’t know that all widgetized area is a joke because I read this http://www.wp-fun.co.uk/2007/11/13/doing-more-with-widgets-changing-layouts/
    I love widgets because I like to edit content manually in text widgets instead of editing theme/function

    I want fluid layout and widgetized header and footer but I can’t find the theme like that anywhere so I created my own theme (already use on my blog but it’s not finished yet :P )

    minimalistic magazine layout imho: concentrate on typography, less color, less images, more negative space. It will be clutter no matter what

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