Simplish supports the latest WordPress features, including:
- Image Galleries
- Image Captions
- Commenter Gravatars
- Threaded Comments
- Multiple international languages
- Tags Taxonomy
- Sidebar Widgets
- Honors your date format settings
See more in the jumbled and incomplete list of Simplish features.
- From Google Code: see code.google.com/p/simplish for snapshot download and Mercurial clone URL.
- Or, get Simplish from the official WordPress theme directory
Extract the archive and move the resulting directory into the
wp-content/themes/ directory on your site. Then select Simplish in your WordPress admin panel’s Appearance → Themes.
Issues can be filed & tracked, and source changes are visible in detail, at the Simplish project on Google Code. If you have a problem using Simplish, please file it in the Issues tracker, and if you fix a bug or use Simplish in a unique way, please send a patch or write your solution up in the Wiki.
Credits & License
The visual design of Simplish is inspired by and mostly imitates Jeffrey Allen Hardy’s popular Scribbish. Scribbish is an elegant theme for Typo, Mephisto, and other blog/CMS platforms – but not WordPress.
Simplish source code was originally derived from ScribbishWP by Kenny Pitt. ScribbishWP was based on the GPL-licensed Default (Kubrick) theme from the WordPress distribution. Portions of ScribbishWP CSS were taken directly from Hardy’s MIT-licensed Scribbish code. All of the above allow use, modification and (re-)re-distribution.
With permission from Kenny, and in accordance with the terms of Hardy’s MIT-style license, Simplish is available for use and modification under the GNU GPL (v3 or later). You are free to use and modify Simplish, if you share your changes. If you use Simplish on your site, it’s nice to give a nod to Jeffrey Hardy for the Occam’s Razor-sharp visual design of the original Scribbish, and to Kenny Pitt for the faithful and comprehensible initial WordPress port.