8th May 2012

Photo reblogged from Untitled Themes with 71 notes

untitledthemes:

Presenting a very early preview of the next Untitled Themes theme - Impress. Impress is based on Impress.js (which hasn’t been easy to implement into a blog). This is one theme you have to preview before casting your opinion, it’s all about CSS3 animations and it becomes incredibly fun to update as you never know where your posts will be positioned. To create an array of randomness, the posts are positioned based on the time they were posted - the rotation is based on the second they were posted and the size is based on the hour.
As mentioned above, this is very early into the theme’s development, at the moment there is no way to access permalinks from the index page, no links to other pages and no continuous scrolling (which will be a huge challenge to trigger as you do not scroll in this theme). There is enough to get an idea of how the theme will function though. If you are interested in testing it, have ideas for it or any feedback, comment on this post or message UT.
Please preview it and tell me what you think.
NOTE: This theme is only supported in modern browsers, more specifically - Webkit browsers - Chrome and Safari. Non-Webkit broswers are presented with a simple version of the theme which is boring and generic. UPDATE: Firefox 10 (released today) supports the theme.

untitledthemes:

Presenting a very early preview of the next Untitled Themes theme - Impress. Impress is based on Impress.js (which hasn’t been easy to implement into a blog). This is one theme you have to preview before casting your opinion, it’s all about CSS3 animations and it becomes incredibly fun to update as you never know where your posts will be positioned. To create an array of randomness, the posts are positioned based on the time they were posted - the rotation is based on the second they were posted and the size is based on the hour.

As mentioned above, this is very early into the theme’s development, at the moment there is no way to access permalinks from the index page, no links to other pages and no continuous scrolling (which will be a huge challenge to trigger as you do not scroll in this theme). There is enough to get an idea of how the theme will function though. If you are interested in testing it, have ideas for it or any feedback, comment on this post or message UT.

Please preview it and tell me what you think.

NOTE: This theme is only supported in modern browsers, more specifically - Webkit browsers - Chrome and Safari. Non-Webkit broswers are presented with a simple version of the theme which is boring and generic. UPDATE: Firefox 10 (released today) supports the theme.