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Whenever I download a WordPress theme there’s hardly ever a time that I leave it as is. Almost for sure – I will have to change some things to customize according to the site’s identity. For instance, maybe I’d want to match the heading styles to a company logo, or change the background colors to have the same schema or simply change the link styles to have a sharper look. Wouldn’t it be nice to have the ability to change all of this by switching style sheets from the theme options? This tutorial will show you how to create a simple style switcher from your themes options panel. It will have a single drop down list with all the available styles to pick from. Once saved – your theme will switch to the selected style. Ready to get started – let’s begin:
Google promised that Chrome would be fast to launch and fast to load web pages, but people predicted it would fail with the arrival of its extensions. Well, the extensions are here (at least for some of us) and surprisingly they do not affect the browser’s performance. And not only that, but playing with Google Chrome Extensions is like child’s play, whether you’ve added a new extension, or deleted one, you won’t need to restart your browser. Extensions are so easy to manage and use that once you have access to them, I’m sure you’ll be looking forward to testing everything in this Cromeextensions Directory. This is what I basically did. I tried most of the extensions, then realized I’m not ready yet to ditch my beloved Firefox, and I’m guessing that you won’t be either. On the other hand, there are some plugins that are worthy of a mention and from that list I’ve culled some cool ones to get you started. If you already have extensions enabled (lucky you), you are welcome to try the on
All blogger themes on this site comes under a creative license. You can use all themes in any way you want. All you need to do is just keep the footer credit links intact.