The New WordPress default theme; ‘Twenty Fourteen’ is a dark magazine styled beauty with balanced use of white space that’s absolutely packed useful and eye-popping features. From lovely typography and a prominent featured content area up top to multiple sidebars and post formats, Twenty Fourteen has it all.
In 2005 the Kubrick theme was launched and became the ubiquitous default theme until replaced by Twenty Ten. Twenty Eleven, Twenty Twelve and Twenty Thirteen followed and are all unique examples of WordPress default themes becoming more innovative and attractive as the years go by.
Take a peek at the responsive width magazine style theme theme that will become the WordPress default theme for 2014.
Yes, it’s Further!
Give the theme a tryout on the live demo site and I’m sure you be impressed. With featured content, featured images, pull quotes, recent posts format, full width pages, and special sticky post treatment and much more — going further is what this theme is all about.
Available since Valentine’s Day 2013 on WordPress.com as a Premium theme with a $150 price tag, Further is now retired, but in the new year it will be released with WordPress 3.8 when Further becomes Twenty Fourteen, and thereafter the theme will be available free of charge for every WordPress blog.
Further, our latest premium magazine theme, masterfully designed by our very own Takashi Irie offers all of the traditional features you’d expect, in a feature-full, sleek, modern, and beautifully crafted design. This theme is ideal for professional web publishers or content-heavy websites. — New Theme: Further
I”m committed to Twenty Eleven at this time but going further may be my future choice. What do you think of the upcoming Twenty Fourteen WordPress default theme?