A few days ago Brian Gardner released the blog version of the famous theme premium Revolution and, for the many fans of this design, we have translated it.
It does not have all the features of the version of payment but it is a very nice design and a good template.
Demo (in English)
What you read is an original content of WordPress Help – Resources, themes, plugins and tutorials in Spanish and published Fernando Tellado first here: Template in Spanish – Revolution Blog
If you do not know the Revolution template you may not have seen one of the most colorful and interesting themes out there. The bad thing is that it is a theme of payment, what they call Premium .
Well, Brian Gardner the designer of this little wonder has released a free version of this template with some differences on the paid versions .
There are some changes in appearance and functionality since this version is the "blog" avoiding the "magazine" type functionalities and also uses more colorful colors perhaps less elegant (for my taste) because it has changed some aspects of CSS.
However, it is a very good option to have a template look clear and professional that, now, you can enjoy downloading from this link direct download .
With the arrival of the magazine-type themes, such as Revolution the subject of is becoming very popular, showing two lines of navigation bars where we would see the pages in one usual static and in another lower line show categories, "daughters" pages or other types of links.
Well, thanks to this code you can include this type of resource in your own template without having to resort to payment templates for it.
In the file header.php you should replace the navigation code with one like this:
You only need to apply some style to your new extended menu.