Mountain

Mountain is a 2 column wordpress theme. It has the following features and more.
Key Features

  1. Sidebar Widget Compatible
  2. Support for “Tags” when used with WordPress 2.3 or above
  3. Support for “Custom Image Header”, so you can change the header image once you login to your WordPress.
  4. Support for Multi-Threaded Comments when used with WordPress 2.7 or above. [October 3rd 2009]
  5. Page Template for Archives Page, Contact Page and Links Page.
  6. Automatic Author Page.
  7. Automatic Top Navigation etc

Here is a screenshot
mountain
Here is the Live Preview and the Download Link for Version 2.1

20 Comments

20 Responses to “Mountain”

  1. freeinfoz says:

    lets go hiking! :)

  2. The site redesign has now been completed!…

    If you’ve been visiting this site regularly, you’ll notice that it has went through several redesigns in the past little while. I’ve been trying to find a theme that fits with the formatting of the site, but also allows for the custom…

  3. Mike North says:

    I love the design, used it as our blog page

    But what mountain is this? We would love to know

    Mike

  4. blips says:

    This is a very well designed theme, I like it.
    I tweaked it a little to fit my needs. The only thing I can not find in the CSS is where to remove the border around a picture with a link.

  5. Bobby says:

    What plugin are you using to have the checkbox in this form “email me when someone replies to this comment”? Thanks!

  6. Sadish says:

    Bobby,

    It is this plugin

    Thanks
    Sadish

  7. Ivo Tzvetkov says:

    Hello all! The theme is great but i want to ask something important. The page titles ABOUT ARCHIVE CONTACT etc. are alphabetically sorted. I want them sorted by page id if possible. Thanks! Please contact me at ICQ 20505059 or email: ivo_tzvetkov@powernet.bg if you can help me.

  8. Corinna says:

    I’m sure this is a simple thing, but I am a simple person.. Is it possible to make the margins wider? I love your themes and they usually make my life easier.

    The Fall theme was wider than the Mountain one. I am using Bitty Browser, but can’t get it wide enough to be useful. Any help would be appreciated.

  9. Hi there, just letting you know I’m using your template on my professional weblog, rickscheibner.net. I’ve taken the liberty of changing the header picture and adjusting the top border somewhat, although I’m not completely happy with that part of it yet. Hope that’s ok.

  10. Sadish says:

    Rick, Thats absolutely fine with me. :)

  11. diditho says:

    i use the theme for my friends blog, but i need a sample code to modify the “comments.php” ( i’m not a php programmer :-) file to show the picture from gravatar.

    thankyou

  12. Blaster says:

    This is a really nice theme. Thanks guys for the really nice looking theme.

  13. DD says:

    Hi,

    We met at DP. Am using your mountain theme – pretty cool.. but it looks a bit different on IE. Its ok on Firefox though.

    Cheers.
    Jack Sparrow.

  14. JR says:

    My hosting provider has changed the way it deals with contact forms.

    http://freeola.com/support/form_to_mail/form_to_mail.php

    Can you give me some idea on where and how I need to change Mountain to work with this?

    Thanks

  15. Jim says:

    I added our logo to the mountain scene header, and chose to hide the text. In the admin section it shows that the blog title went away, but on the live site it is still showing up. I’ve cleared the browser cache and still no luck. Any ideas?

  16. priyo says:

    hi sadish,
    i am a newbie in website development. i love your mountain theme and i want to use it for my wp site. anyway i want to change the header with another graphic. is it ok? thanks a lot!

  17. Sadish says:

    Thats Absolutely fine Priyo.

    Sadish

  18. Gabriel says:

    Sadish,

    My info on a post comes out in a small box in the upper right hand corner of the post. (not a straight line as in you demo.) How do I correct this?

    Thanks..I love this theme!

    Gabriel

  19. Vince says:

    Hiding the text in the custom image header doesn’t seem to work. Any suggestions?

  20. Sadish says:

    add

    #header h1 {
    display:none;
    }

    to the end of style.css. That will fix your issue.

    Post any further questions at http://forums.wpthemes.info

    Sadish