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K3 Reloaded is a free WordPress theme.

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Theme Name: K3 Reloaded.

Description: K3 Reloaded is a theme based on the famous Kubrick.

Version: 3.0

Tags: blue, custom-header, fixed-width, two-columns, right-sidebar, threaded-comments.

Author: FendyBt2

Compatibility: Tested with WordPress 2.8 using FireFox 3.0.11 and Internet Explorer 8.

Features:

  • Widget ready.
  • Threaded comments.
  • Page navigation menu.

    Add a new “Custom Fields” name “nav” with the value “menu” to add a selected page to the navigation menu.

  • Archives page template.

    If you want to use the “Archives” page features, create a new blank page and use the “Archives” template.
    Publish your new page.

  • Page with comment template.

    Enable comments on any pages. Create a new page or edit an existing page, use the “Page with comment” template to enable comment on that page.

  • 10 custom header image included.
    1. View default header demo.

      If you want to use your own custom header image, create a new custom header image and save it with the name “custom-header.jpg” with the attribute of “856” pixels for the width and “172” pixels for the height. Upload it to the template directory “images” folder.

    2. View header 1 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “1-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    3. View header 2 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “2-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    4. View header 3 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “3-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    5. View header 4 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “4-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    6. View header 5 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “5-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    7. View header 6 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “6-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    8. View header 7 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “7-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    9. View header 8 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “8-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

    10. View header 9 demo.

      If you want to use this header image, rename the file “9-custom-header.jpg” in the template directory “images” folder to “custom-header.jpg”

  • Built-in with Google custom Search page template.

    To enable the Google custom search features, create a new blank page name “Search” and use the “Search Page” template. Publish your new “Search” page and the Google custom search features will be activated.

    To disable the Google custom search features, just edit the “Search” page and set it to “Unpublished” or you can just delete the “Search” page.

    If you want to use the default WordPress search features, you have to delete or rename the “searchform.php” file in the template directory.

  • Built-in with Featurific for WordPress plugins.

    If you installed it correctly, just activate the plugins and you’re done.

  • Built-in with Browser Sniff plugins in the comments section.

    If you installed it correctly, just activate the plugins and you’re done.

  • Built-in with our Link Exchange Service Network links page directory.

    To use this features, you must have and account at our Link Exchange Service Network.

    You can register an account here. It’s free.

    Now, edit the “linkexchange.php” file included and find this code.

    $LPCatCol = "3";
    $LPLPP = "10";
    $LPNW = "1";
    $LPAS = "0";
    $LPKey = "XXXX-XXXX-XXXX";

    How many columns do you want? Default is 3 columns.

    $LPCatCol = "3";

    How many links per page? Default is 10.

    $LPLPP = "10";

    This is the most important part. You can find it in the “installation code” at your Link Exchange Control Panel.

    Change this to your own key.

    $LPKey = "XXXX-XXXX-XXXX";

    Save the file. Upload it to your root WordPress directory. Now, find the file “linkexchange-footer.php” in your template directory and rename it “footer.php” and you’re done.

You can check out the DEMO site here.

This is the one and only theme that I created myself. :cool: It’s still in beta testing. :ermm: I will release it after all the tweaking stuff is done. FAQ coming soon. :wink:

Just finished uploading the ZIP file to WordPress.org theme directory. And now I’m waiting for the email confirmations. They said that they will email me their confirmations after my theme has been reviewed. I hope that they will accept it. :angel:

I’ll put the link to the theme directory at WordPress.org after my theme has been accepted. In the meantime, if you’re eager to give it a go, you can get it here at my download page.

I’m building the FAQ lists to be published here. If you have any questions about the theme usage, you can leave a comment here.

Now, give it a try and let’s see who’s the first one to ask the first question. I know there will be one and I can guess what the question will be. :w00t:

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