NatureFox - WordPress ThemeThe natural environment in which a fox is on the way, is to be introduced at this point. It's about a theme for the blogging software WordPress. This theme allows a blog and a website to be represented in a natural environment.

The color of NatureFox is based on brown and green tones. As already mentioned, the background image shows the natural environment of a red fox. The theme is free to use like Firefox and of course can also be customized to your needs. The stylesheet has been tested in popular browsers, and thus allows a correct display in Firefox, Chrome, Opera and of course Internet Explorer.

The theme can be downloaded here: NatureFox

15 Responses to “NatureFox”

  1. 见异思马迁 says:

    This theme is very beautiful!Thank you for designing and providing it!Cheer Up!!!

  2. Petru says:

    This theme would be perfect if it could show the entire article on the homepage or let me decide with the "more" tag how much.

    Is there a way to override the default setting? Please help. I love this theme. 🙁


  3. Redaktion says:

    You can do this by yourself: Change file index.php on line 26, there you have to replace the_excerpt() with the_content().

  4. Petru says:

    Omg, thank you so much. I am not a php expert but i know more now. 🙂

  5. I'm Building a wordpress site using this theme but I'd like to change the background image. Does anyone know how to do this?

  6. Redaktion says:

    @Sherry Bonelli
    You can change the background image in the style.css: images/naturebg.jpg!

  7. Does anybody know how I add my logo to the "header" instead of the tree leaf and the words?

    Also, I asked a question about about changing the background image. I'm taking a WP class right now and hopefully they'll cover css styles but I'm not sure how to change the background based on the info in the post above from Redaktion (thanks, Redaktion, btw).

    Can anyone provide me with step-by-step instructions on changing the background and changing the header so I can include my logo instead?

    Thank you in advance!!


  8. Redaktion says:

    You simply have to replace the images for background and header logo by your own images. The files are placed in subfolder "images" and are named naturebg.jpg and logo.png. The text of the header can be changed in WordPress settings, it's the blog title.

  9. Greg J says:

    Really is a nice simple good looking theme, I'd be happy to pay for a premium one with extra options... just a thought

  10. Brian S says:

    Instead of having a truncated blog post (i.e. "More"), how can I modify the template to display the entire post, no matter what the length.

  11. Brian S says:

    🙂 I should have read the thread, the answer to my question was there!

  12. Brian S says:

    How can I suppress the sidebar entirely? If I don't add any widgets to it, the default set is displayed.

  13. Caroleeena says:

    I love this theme except for one thing. I wish the background did not show through my photos! It ruins the effect of good photography. I have tried and tried to figure out how to make the photos less transparent so the background doesn't bleed through. Is there a way to do something about this on your end? Or can you suggest a solution?

  14. Redaktion says:

    You can set the opacity of the class .cbox in file style.css to 1.

  15. Redaktion says:

    @Brian S
    You have to remove the if statement in sidebar.php where the existence of "dynamic_sidebar" is checked.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.