Themes Weekly: Continuum for WordPress

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Released only a few weeks ago, the Continuum Magazine Theme is doing quite well on Themeforest with two updates already published which means a lot in terms of support. The theme is optimized for WordPress 3.0+ and claims to be working out of the box, although still over 150 options to play around with for customization-crazy people ;)

Continuum WordPress Theme

Suitable for magazines and blogs, gaming and music websites. Has many different page layouts and of course a hell-load of different shortcodes as well as typography sweeties and the “usualities” we would expect to see in a premium WordPress theme. So it seems that @outerspice have done quite a nice job here and doing well on their other themes too!

Hope you enjoyed this release of Themes Weekly and join me next week. If there’s a particular theme you’d like me to feature feel free to poke me on Twitter (@kovshenin) cheers!

About the author

Konstantin Kovshenin

WordPress Core Contributor, ex-Automattician, public speaker and consultant, enjoying life in Moscow. I blog about tech, WordPress and DevOps.


  • Hello Konstantin. I like Themes Weekly, but if you purchased few premium themes you can review them like WP theme reviewer team do for WP directory, that would be really interesting.

    • George, that's a great idea actually but I doubt that *any* of the premium themes on ThemeForest and other market places would pass the review. I had a chat with one of the reviewers a couple of weeks ago, he said their review process is far from what it's like on and they sometimes don't even bother to turn WP_DEBUG on. I gave a few suggestions on the plugins we use to review themes, they might be looking at them to at least get rid of insecure code, but it seems that the community is quite open-minded and they're ready for changes, but are the developers? ;)