Andy Johnstone of focusphotos.com has let loose another ExtraContent enabled RapidWeaver theme, his second that we know of, called Decorate. His latest themes comes with 4 ExtraContent areas, 2 level navigation (jQuery powered), loads of backgrounds and custom headers, transparencies, round corners and a search field.
Have a look at Andy’s latest here!
ExtraContent vetran, Nick Cates of NCD Themes has just released his latest entry into the RapidWeaver theme circuit, Fusion. A darker theme for darker site development, Fusion boasts a number of great features such as grunge textures, custom styles, drop navigation and two ExtraContent areas.
Check out Fusion from NCD Themes here.
Gary from RWT has recently launched a new ExtraContent enabled theme called Stretch, which, as the name implies, allows users to stretch there ExtraContent in and out of view. With 3 ExtraContent areas, Stretch lets site visitors expose those areas with the click of a button.
RWT is also including two new Stacks with the purchase of Stretch, called the Stretch Stack and the Stretch Image Stack. Check out RWT’s Stretch theme here.
Josh Lockhart, a new addition to the ExtraContent ranks, has just launched his latest RapidWeaver creation, Archetype. This theme sports 4 ExtraContent areas, one below the breadcrumb, one each above and below the sidebar content, and above the footer.
Josh has taken a new, forward thinking approach with Archetype, openly supporting CSS 3 and HTML 5 and leaving behind the obsolete browser, IE6. Check out Josh Lockhart’s Archetype theme here.