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iGoogle Travel Themes

By • Mar 31st, 2010 • Filed under: Web Utilities

Google has made available a new set of themes for iGoogle – ‘Travel’ is the new item in the menu. These themes bring beautiful landscapes, historic monuments, stunning beaches, iconic cities and other picturesque sites from all over the globe on your homepage. To bring you this imagery, we’ve partnered with a few leading organizations […]

GNOME-Colors: Sparkling Colors for your GNOME Desktops

By • Jul 16th, 2009 • Filed under: Linux Tips and Tricks, Open-Source, Ubuntu

The GNOME-Colors project aims at bringing bright and shiny colors to your Gnome Desktop with well polished and elegant themes. If there is a Gnome desktop that really needs this, that is certainly Ubuntu.

Blue-tify your Ubuntu Looks with Blubuntu

By • Jan 19th, 2009 • Filed under: Linux Tips and Tricks, Ubuntu

Tired of the default brown theme Ubuntu packs-up? If you don’t want to waist time looking for an efficient and well polished alternative, then get Blubuntu. It simply beats the default brown theme, and turns every thing blue, including your desktop and if you want, your Login Window.

Ndomche Summary Theme – II Columns now available for Blogger

By • Jul 28th, 2008 • Filed under: Ndomche Themes, WordPress

The Ndomche brand of Themes now has a new “fashion-line” for Bloggers. The first product of this line is a carbon-copy of the Ndomche Summary Theme – II Columns for WordPress 2.5

Ndomche Summary Theme – III Column Version released

By • Jul 4th, 2008 • Filed under: Ndomche Themes, Open-Source, WordPress

Ndomche Summary Theme – III column version is a CSS styling theme that is built on WordPress 2.5. Unlike the II Column Version, it has practically 3 Sidebars – 2 on the Home or Index Page and a third one the Single Post – this way what features on the home page does not necessarily […]