January 24, 2011

Free and Commercial BuddyPress Themes

In the third part of today’s BuddyPress series, I am going to take a look at what themes are available for BuddyPress, Free and Commercial themes are covered. See the other posts in this series, How to Install and Configure BuddyPress and 20 Creative Examples of Custom BuddyPress sites. Free Themes Ines Beautiful three column…

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