WordPress has become the most popular blogging platform for a while now, and you’re probably using it if you write on a self-hosted blog. One of the key reasons of WordPress success is its templating system. In fact, thousands of free WordPress themes are available on the Internet. However, if you want a truly unique theme, you’ll need to create your own. This article will give you a basic understanding of a WordPress theme’s structure.
WordPress themes are the standard layout system that define your blog’s appearance. It consists of template files, functions, template tags and images. To install a WordPress theme, you just need to upload it and activate it in your WordPress admin.
iNove is a free WordPress theme designed by mg12. It is very stylish, widget supported and doesn’t require any plugin. This theme is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 (details), which means you are free to use this theme in your project for any purpose, except for commercial projects.
WP CODA is a great WordPress theme developed by Greg Johnson. He manage to implement a nice WordPress theme which mimics the Coda site functionality by modifying several existing code snippets.
There are three versions of WP CODA. WP CODA and CODA BLUE are developed by Greg Johnson while WP CODA Orange developed by Kerry Webster.