How To Style Woopra!

How To Style Woopra!

I recently got access to an awesome Woopra account! It rocks, but let me save how much it rocks for another post! I quickly got into every nook and cranny i could get into. Then i stumbled upon the theme editor in Woopra! This basically allows you to customise the look of Woopra in terms of editing its colours.

So what do you need to do in order to pimp your Woopra theme out, to perhaps your site colours, or favourite football team colours? Well log into Woopra, the desktop application, and look out for the title of your website. There should be a little arrow next to it, like:

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This is where you bring up the theme editors. As you will no doubt see, there are other themes that the Woopra fairies, god bless them, have created! They’re awesome too! But if you want your own awesomeness, then click on the text that says “Launch Theme Editor”. This will then bring up a new window.

Now most importantly! Change the theme name! Do it now! Then go a head with editing the hex codes to change the colours, or click the colour box to create your theme! If you have read my previous post, then you will no doubt of seen my red and dark theme. If you want it, and i know you do, simply copy the screen grab below!

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I hope you enjoy this theme! If you do, check out my website for which i created these theme for! If you’re in the market for decals, perhaps to promote your own website, or to put on your laptop, or whatever! Check out www.wedecal.com for awesome decals!

I’m in the process of writing a massive Woopra review, of which i hope will help alot of people to capture the awesomeness of Woopra! Perhaps maybe i should just write a Woopra book for Apress or O’Reilly? Hmmm….

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One Comment

  1. very stylish indeed, great post, love your blog, great stuff especially spider pug!

    August 9, 2009 @ 10:38 pm

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