Category: WordPress

How many blogs use the Anaconda Theme?

By , 21 January 2007 01:22

I’m not new to blogging but I am to WordPress. And I really like blog themes that are 3 columns. As I was looking at the WP template options available, this one – Anaconda – really stood out as one I liked.

My first blog on diary-x.com before it went dark used a theme from Eris Free called Light Industrial My next [and previous] blog has the same format, but the custom template made labels [why couldn’t they call them Categories?] difficult to configure. That is one of the reasons I decided to switch to WordPress. More on that process in another post.

Now that I’ve got it up and running, I decided to take a look at what other people are doing with their themes [I still want to call them call them templates] to see how I can make mine look and work better.

So here is a Google search of some people using the Anaconda theme. If I skin or switch themes, I will write a similar post about that one too.

These appear in order of ranking – first seen, first posted – although it is not always the home page that is listed in Google’s results.

The first two from Australia and New Zealand . Interesting.

http://gorey.com.au/
http://lits.gen.nz/blog/

If anyone can show how to tweak WP and the Anaconda theme for SE Optimization, Douglas will. I’ll be reading his blog regularly.
http://www.douglaskarr.com/


http://www.etechnoid.com/

http://www.yesh.com/blog/

I could be wrong, but this one looks like a splog to me.
http://www.techblogy.com/

http://www.trueloveofcoffee.com/technicaldisaster/

Scoop likes 3 column websites too.
http://scoop0901.net/Blog/

http://www.saylows.com/

http://surfingthechaos.onevoicemm.net/


http://blog.andrewparker.net/

http://www.jsdstat.com/Statblog/

Tweaked a bit to dark for my eyes.
http://www.freshdv.com/

http://www.frinktank.com/

http://funkeemunkeeland.com/

The last one is from the top of page four in the search of 233,000 results. Good work Simple Thoughts.

Enjoy
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