About the Theme

The Accessible SeaBeast Theme for WordPress is a free-to-use highly professional, finely crafted blog theme. It is not just a theme, though. It equips its users with a ton of functionality too. From stats to alternate style sheets, from massive configuration and no-edit control of nearly every facet to its own contact form and page. There are so many well-keyed options that a user can change the entire theme’s personality in myriad ways within mere minutes. Add to that a handful of new images — I provide the master files as well as the exported copies — and literally hundreds of thousands of users can all enjoy the same theme yet be remarkably different.

The SeaBeast theme is meant to cater to the individual equally as well as it would a company (in fact it’s configurable to reflect the blog’s possession). A few tweaks to the mods configuration and presto, it’ll be a fit visually as well. If you’re fellow web developer you’ll love it too. Assuming you can handle having my link on your footer — don’t worry, there’s lot of clients out there for all of us — this theme will allow you set-up, modify, and get on with your day, without sacrificing quality, usability, and accessibility. If you write some code on your blog, perfect, I’ve set this theme up with that in mind as well. I even offer a second page template, Links, which will give you a full width canvas on which you go show off your art, whether it be oil paintings or PHP.

Before downloading and getting all gung-ho, save yourself some headaches and review the documentation. This entire site is dedicated to the support of this theme and its users. My last WordPress theme, the Beast-Blog theme is very popular and has been a huge success. But I made it a while ago. I have learned a lot since then. I expect this theme to be an even bigger success. I’m completely infatuated with it. I am, however, biased in this sense ;)


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Blog Functions


Important: This theme requires configuration! Read Instructions.

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SeaBeast theme has been downloaded 8608 times.


This file, USERS_FUNCTION, is yours for adding such blog add-ons as flickr, Skype, and other non-WP goodies. Do try to keep items added to this section at around 120 pixels or less in width to prevent the sidebar from slipping in IE on 800x600 resolution monitors. Need to add CSS styles for items in this box? Easy, use the USERS_CSS file to do so. Then validate!

  • Blog Icons

    • Green-Beast.com
    • WordPress Site
    • SeaBeast Theme Demo

Blogger’s FarBar

This file, USERS_FARBAR, is yours for whatever you wish. Text in simple paragraphs, <p></p> lists, whatever. This is a liquid-width column. That said, you should to keep whatever — fixed-width item — below 120 pixels wide. Again, that concerns fixed-width items, self-forming, liquid items like text in paragraphs will adjust its own width. If you must place a slighter wider item, you can use the USERS_FUNCTION or USERS_SIDEBAR file to do so, but do note that that too should remain thin at only 162 pixels as it is a fixed-width column.

Added Headings!

You can also add headings in these user files. As many as you like. On and on she goes, where she stops. nobody knows! Do remember, though, in these file you have to use proper XHTML. Of course, this content can serve as example to you. Need even more help? Well, professional help is available.

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