Daily32 WordPress Theme Released

Daniel Scocco

It is time for another WordPress theme. Daily32 was designed to offer a professional layout with three sub-header sections and three sub-footer sections. Bloggers often want to display special content and links on their blogs, and these sections will allow you to do exactly that.

daily32wordpresstheme.gif

This is another theme from the guys over Design Saurus. As you can see they know how to squeeze quality and functionality into WordPress themes.

The download comes with the PSD file for the header and the necessary fonts. You will just need to open it on Photoshop (or an equivalent image editing software) and modify it with your blog name. There is also an alternative text based header for people that are not able to modify the PSD file, but it does not look as good as the original one.

Finally, here are the other features:

  • Advertising Ready: The theme comes with six 125×125 banner spots ready to go. You will just need to upload the banners into the Images folder and update the ads.php file.
  • Feedburner Integration: The theme has an options page where you can simply paste your Feedburner feed URL. It also comes with a styled email subscription form, where you just need to put your Feedburner email id.
  • Comments Styling: The author comments already come with a different style so that readers can easily identify them.
  • Popular Posts: The Popular Posts section on the sub-header already comes with a WordPress function that will automatically display the most commented posts from the blog.
  • Search Engine Optimization: As usual the title and meta tags have already been optimized. The categories and archive pages are also structured to display only post excerpts.

If you find any problems or have suggestions just let us know and we will work on it.

Start Your Free Trial Today!


Browse all articles on the WordPress category or check the recommended articles for you below:

92 Responses to “Daily32 WordPress Theme Released”

  • Kevin

    Nice looking theme you have made, but I have a question. Does the Sub header need to be enabled in some way. Its not showing up when I install the theme. I’m using WP ver 2.61
    Thanks
    Kevin.

  • unique wedding

    I’m using this theme as well & am having the same problems as #54 & #55 above.

    Has there been any fix for this???

  • Dave Powers

    This theme is excellent but I cannot figure out why the text wrapping will not work for me when there are more than one paragraph of text to wrap around the same image.

    Does anyone have any ideas?

    I have tried changing the .img class but it is still not working.

  • Amanda

    How do I change the header on the blog? I’ve uploaded it to wordpress, but I can’t seem to find a place to change “IT’s a Blogger’s World”.

    Thanks, in advance, for your help.

  • A Cowboy’s Wife

    New Question:

    Is there a way to exclude a category from showing up in the Popular box??? All my contest posts take away from my really good ones because they get soooo many contests.

    ???

  • Joel

    I am having the same issue as Rob (above commenter).

    My blog is using this Daily32 theme, and in Internet Explorer the main page of the blog (not individual post pages) gets all messed up.

    It’s like there is formating/layout issue.

    I understand that IE doesn’t show all sites the same way as Firefox or other browsers, but this is a major issue that makes it almost impossible to read in IE.

    You can see the issue at Robs site (linked from his name), just make sure to use IE when viewing it (I am running IE 7).

    I have also seen this on many other blogs that run this same theme. I have tried to fix it, and I think I’m pretty good at fixing/editing WP themes, but I can’t figure this out.

    I have sent a few emails about this issue, to dailyblogtips and the creator of this theme, but no response yet.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I love this theme want to use it, but I can’t if this doesn’t get fixed.

    Thank you,
    Joel

  • Rob Fox

    Hi everyone can you help

    I am really new (no programming skills whatsoever) to this and Daniel has already been helpful but I have a problem which you may be able to help me with.

    When I view the site with IE 7 on XP if I put a second paragraph in a post everything starts to jumble up but when I view with Firefox everything is OK.

    What can I do to fix this ? Is there a fix

    I looked at the site through the validator and it gives me the following message

    line 55 “end tag for “ul” which is not finished”

    Are these problems related – again any help would be appreciated as this is such a great theme.

    Cheers in advance

    Rob …… A total beginner in wordpress

  • A Cowboy’s Wife

    Thanks Daniel for looking into it. The way the comments are, are on my readers only complaint;) I guess they don’t like changes like that..lol.

  • Daniel Scocco

    @Dannie, delete the .img tags on the css file so you can do whatever you want with images.

    @Lasvak and A Cowboy’s Wife, we will look into that.

  • A Cowboy’s Wife

    Can the comments be switched around to the way most people are accustomed to?? What I mean is, is there a way to move the comment box back below the comments instead of before them?

    I love the theme:)

    I’m currently using it on my cowboy blog!

  • Lasvak

    Seems theme has problem. We can comment with plain text but can’t with html tag or link.

    Is that error? Do you have any solution.

  • Dannie

    Daniel,

    Nevermind on my previous comment about the comment box on pages. I figured it out.

    But is it me or does this theme not allow for images to be centered?

  • Dannie

    Daniel,

    How do you get the comments function to show on pages?

  • Zlatan
  • Jason

    Great theme. How would I add the search bar to the top right of the navigational bar located at the top of the page?

    Thank you

  • Kenny

    Is anyone else having trouble with the popular posts box? Mine doesn’t load any posts in the box.

  • John Place

    Daniel,

    Thanks for following up! Yes, IE8 is in beta, and after looking into this more, I think it’s possible that there is a bug in IE8’s html interpreter. I guess I shouldn’t find that so strange, given Microsoft’s history. But apparently there are lots of issues with how that browser is displaying pages.

    Before researching this further, I did not realize that the beta version of IE8 could potentially have such massive problems with a basic core functionality. But maybe it does. (I realize that beta versions are not complete and usually do have bugs, but there’s usually some pre-beta testing first so a company can be sure it isn’t releasing complete garbage.)

    Anyway, I’m going to go ahead and finish installing this theme on my blog, but we should all keep an eye on IE8 compatibility, not just for this theme but whatever other development we’re doing, in the unfortunate event that IE8 should break the Web.

  • Daniel Scocco

    @John, we are taking a look, but isn’t IE8 in beta still?

    @mademind, you will need to insert the code manually, or try using an Adsense plugin.

  • John Place

    This is a great theme, but I think there’s a bug in IE8 on WinXP. Take a look at the 125×125 ad blocks at this pic and notice that the top two ads are not even with one another.

  • Mademind

    i see that in my homepage post there are some spots to adsense advertisments. how i can put my adsense on these pots?. thx.

  • John Place

    Well, I solved my previous problem, and now I have a new one. For some reason, when viewing the theme using IE6 from WinXP, the “resources” box is not the same height as the adjacent “popular posts” and “subscribe” boxes.

    Here’s my dummy domain where I’m doing the testing, if anyone wants to take a look: http://hometheatertutor.com

    This is not spam — there is nothing at that URL except for this theme, as this URL is being used by me for testing only.

  • John Place

    This is my first time using photoshop, and I’m having a hard time modifying the subheading PSD. Every time I change the resource subheading and save it as a GIF to overwrite the old GIF, the pic that gets saved is way too big. Something’s not right. The main Banner jpeg was easy to modify. I’m not sure if all those save options that are available for GIFS could be messing this up or not.

  • Benny

    Awesome theme. I really want to use this on my next blog. How do I put in Adsense ads in the right sidebar instead of using the banner spots there?

  • Bloggero

    this theme rockz! i’m using it right now

  • Geoserv

    Nice template.

    Added to TopStumbles:

  • Chris Jacobson

    Is there any way to increase the height of the header image without making it overlap the subheader? You would think it would just push it down, but it doesn’t.

  • songchai

    Thanks This is one of the great theme

  • Chris Jacobson

    Hmm, that didn’t quite work too well.
    All the images in the header and sidebar are all out of place.

    Is it possible to edit an area in the CSS that handles images in the posts only?

  • Daniel

    Chris, just remove the css codes on the theme for images and paste yours.

    You can identify them by the .img code.

  • Chris Jacobson

    I actually figured it out, thanks.
    One more thing, where do I edit in the CSS the section that controls images in posts? I see a couple lines with “float; left”, but I’m wanting to implement my current CSS rule so my posts up until now all format the same.

    Basically what I’m looking to do is get class=”left off”, class=”right off” etc. in the CSS somewhere, so the images will align accordingly around text, and the word “off” triggers an image without a border.

    Here is my current CSS layout to do this, but when added to your theme, the images don’t change positions at all:

    .entry img { }

    .entry img.left { padding: 3px; margin: 0.5em 15px 0.5em 0; border: 3px double #bbb; float: left; clear: left; }

    .entry img.right { padding: 3px; margin: 0.5em 0 0.5em 15px; border: 3px double #bbb; float: right; clear: right; }

    .entry img.center { display: block; padding: 3px; margin: 0 auto 1.5em auto; border: 3px double #bbb; float: none; clear: both; }

    .entry img.off { padding: 0 !important; border: none !important; }

    .entry img.stack { clear: none !important; }

Comments are closed.