A lightweight but powerful WordPress theme built on WP Framework. It has very printer-friendly layout and other features like microformats, a traditional template structure, clean semantic code and atomic template system. RedLine includes custom menus, changeable header and background.
The theme has 7 widgetized areas (3 in sidebars and 4 in footer) and supports diferent post formats. Moreover its code is compatible with HTML5, CSS3 and Accessibility (Section 508) standards.

RedLine theme

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RedLine is released under GNU General Public License version 2.


Extract the archive and Upload the /RedLine/ folder into your ‘wp-content/themes’ directory.

  1. Login to your WordPress Admin and navigate to the Apperance Tab.
  2. Select RedLine theme and Activate it.
  3. That’s it!


– Now this theme supports custom header image.
edit 17 may 2010 If you don’t like plain white header, you may change the look easily. All you need to do is to upload appropriate picture into images folder (the_theme> library> media> images). Default requirements are – size:960x85px name:header.jpg.

Dropcap is described in CSS but you have to apply class="dropcap" manually.
See the example with Lorem ipsum

<span class="dropcap">L</span>orem ipsum dolor


    orem ipsum dolor


Translation ready

Since version 0.3, RedLine is ready for translation. For detailed explanations and “How to”, read the article RedLine theme has a multilingual interface

Available languages so far

Changes in version 2.8.0 (July 2014)

  • Added Serbo-Croatian language
  • Added Danish language
  • Made init() public static function
  • New version of Modernizr
  • Added html5shiv.js for compatibility with old versions of IE

325 Comments to "RedLine"

  1. 21.12.2012 - 23:11 | Permalink

    Great, problem fixed! Thanks so much!

  2. 22.12.2012 - 9:07 | Permalink

    Hello! I have been using your theme and I love it but right now I am not able to use my widgets page. None of the drop down options work (but do on the menu page) and I cannot drop and drag widget options. I have all available updates. Please help!

  3. Julian's Gravatar Julian
    22.12.2012 - 21:39 | Permalink

    Юлиян , If I could go back to my previous question ?
    Does this mean that in order to remove the date (Friday, 14 December 2012), need to replace, instead:


    <!–End infoarea –

    How can I change the position of the widgets on the right side to the left ?

  4. Julian's Gravatar Julian
    23.12.2012 - 22:18 | Permalink

    Hi Юлиян
    I do not understand …
    Widgets in your template is on the right.
    Can I move them to the left side? like this …..

  5. Julian's Gravatar Julian
    02.01.2013 - 19:27 | Permalink

    Hello Юлиян,
    Last time I do not have a computer because I get sick of Christmas holidays with the flu…
    I know that in Bulgaria celebrate their holidays it 2 weeks later than in Poland, so I offer you my best wishes:
    Vasel Koleda, Tchestita nova godina!

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