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README.md

amigo1985

Amigo 1985 WordPress Theme - a tribute to Amiga Workbench 1.x

This WordPress theme started as one of my school projects in 2011, and I wanted to share it.

http://www.lizdizon.com/amigo1985/

features

  • Makes your WordPress installation look like Amiga Workbench 1.x
  • Widget support

quick install

  1. Download the amigo1985 project as a .zip and unarchive it into the /wp-content/themes/ directory of your WordPress installation.
  • You can delete the .psd files in /images/ before uploading the theme to your server in order to save upload time and drive space. They are only there in case you needed to modify the theme images.
  • Optionally, rename the new theme's directory to amigo1985.
  1. Activate the theme from your WordPress Dashboard > Appearance > Themes.

known issues

  • Terse documentation: I'm currently attending university and do not have all the time I want for all my projects, so I've put this Amiga theme on GitHub for all the fans who have encouraged me to do so (thank you for the moral support!).
  • Please post theme issues in the project issue tracker, and I welcome anyone to contribute to the project and make it a better theme!

dev caveat

  • The theme uses the 960 grid system (it was part of the original project spec), so you'll want to familiarize yourself with that if you're going to be hacking divs.

— Liz Dizon 6 February 2013