Themes that are currently available for use. This list excludes child themes built from these themes for specific websites.
Theme developed for the ACC Archive website. Theme is based on the starter theme “underscores”. Visit Theme Site.
ACC Default Theme
Austin Community College default WordPress theme.
A Multi-Purpose & Responsive WordPress theme. Visit Theme Site.
Campus (ACC Student Life)
This theme was purchased by ACC Student Life. Please contact Stefanie Vermillion at firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-223-0123 before using. Visit Theme Site.
WordPress Business Theme. Edit the theme’s appearance options to match the ACC Web Style Guide or your site will have the default theme applied to it or it will be disabled. Visit Theme Site.
2 Column theme from Elegant Themes. Visit Theme Site.
A General WP theme to mimic the look and feel of the main CE site. Visit Theme Site
Smart. Flexible. Beautiful. Divi is the most powerful theme in our collection. Visit Theme Site.
IDSDefault and IDS Default Ver. 2
Basic theme for IDS developed sites
Portfolio based theme. Used for the ACC “i am acc” marketing campaign. Visit Theme Site.
Skeleton is a simple, mobile-friendly, responsive theme that can be used as a simple WordPress theme or as a starting point for designers to make further customizations. Skeleton is fully child-themeable and includes several useful theme options to extend typography, colors, background and header styles. Visit Theme Site.
The 2012 theme for WordPress is a fully responsive theme that looks great on any device. Features include a front page template with its own widgets, an optional display font, styling for post formats on both index and single views, and an optional no-sidebar page template. Make it yours with a custom menu, header image, and background. Visit Theme Site.
The 2013 theme for WordPress takes us back to the blog, featuring a full range of post formats, each displayed beautifully in their own unique way. Design details abound, starting with a vibrant color scheme and matching header images, beautiful typography and icons, and a flexible layout that looks great on any device, big or small. Visit Theme Site.
In 2014, our default theme lets you create a responsive magazine website with a sleek, modern design. Feature your favorite homepage content in either a grid or a slider. Use the three widget areas to customize your website, and change your content’s layout with a full-width page template and a contributor page to show off your authors. Creating a magazine website with WordPress has never been easier. Visit Theme Site
Our 2015 default theme is clean, blog-focused, and designed for clarity. Twenty Fifteen’s simple, straightforward typography is readable on a wide variety of screen sizes, and suitable for multiple languages. We designed it using a mobile-first approach, meaning your content takes center-stage, regardless of whether your visitors arrive by smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. Visit Theme Site.
Twenty Sixteen is a modernized take on an ever-popular WordPress layout — the horizontal masthead with an optional right sidebar that works perfectly for blogs and websites. It has custom color options with beautiful default color schemes, a harmonious fluid grid using a mobile-first approach, and impeccable polish in every detail. Twenty Sixteen will make your WordPress look beautiful everywhere. Visit Theme Site.
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