The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme

Ultra sleek and fun, “The Mighty Moo!” WordPress theme features an AJAX “accordion” navigation system built on the MooTools framework with special help from the MooFx team.

Download

  • Download the theme files (version 1.2.6 updated on June 16, 2009)

Installation Instructions

  1. Download and unpack the zipped file
  2. Upload the contents of the zipped folder to your WordPress “Themes” directory
  3. Activate the “The Mighty Moo!” theme via your WordPress admin screen

Version History:

1.2

  • Comment Template added
  • Blog title and blog description display in header
  • Post meta information display (tags, date, author, categories, etc.)
  • Correct page title now displays by default
  • Updated link and footer text colors to better match default theme colors
  • 404 Page template

1.1

  • Basic Installation
  • Many bugs and things left to be desired

On my to-do list for Version 1.3 is:

  • Single Page template (already added to version 1.2.2)
  • Page Template (already added to version 1.2.3)
  • Widgetized Sidebars underneath the content (already added to version 1.2.3)
  • Comment Threading (already added to version 1.2.2)
  • Support for Custom Style Sheets (Future upgrades to this theme will work seemlessly into your existing css changes) (already added to version 1.2.2)
  • Place javaScript code into footer.php (already added to version 1.2.3)
  • Add image files (already added to version 1.2.3)
  • Style Widgets
  • Add important classes to custom.css file (already added to version 1.2.4)
  • Stylized ordered lists, unordered lists, image captions, image borders, and block quotes
  • Style Search Page
  • Create “displayPages.php” – a template for displaying pages rather than posts on the home page (for folks who use this theme as a CMS)
  • Add new color scheme via “custom.css” as a helpful tool (already added to version 1.2.4)
  • Sticky posts functionality
  • Format child pages in “Pages” widget (Added to 1.2.5)
  • Create page.php, archive.php, author.php, single.php
  • Add wp_head() and wp_footer() function calls
  • Style image captions
  • Pagination (a.k.a. split a single page/post into multiple pages/posts using the  ” <!–nextpage–>” quicktag
  • Support for <!–more–> quicktag
  • Add body() Class (for WordPress 2.8) (Added to 1.2.6)

Notes

  • If you plan on using The Mighty Moo! as a CMS, you will probably want to look into using a post-ordering plugin like aStickyPostOrderER.
  • Make sure to use the custom.css file for all of your edits to the theme or else it will be a real P.I.T.A. to update your css when the next update to this theme comes out.
  • Have ideas for improvement?  Fill out my contact form.

Working Examples

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