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Over the past year a number of quality premium WordPress themes have been made available to the WordPress community from a large number of great designers.   Of these premium themes, most have focused on Magazine WordPress themes, as that seems to be what people want to buy.

Yesterday I was excited to discover that another designer has thrown his hat in the ring.   This time we’ve got Michael Hutagalung’s new Arthemia magazine WordPress theme, which was built to be an advanced version of his popular free Arthemia theme.

First, here are Arthemia’s features:

  • Theme Admin Panel
  • Choose a color for each category
  • Drop-down menu
  • Automatic thumbnail generation
  • Widgetized sidebar and footer
  • Ad banner management
  • Gravatar-styled comments
  • WordPress v2.5+ compatible
  • Cross-Browser Compatible

And of course here are some screen shots for you to enjoy:

Arthemia Premium Homepage

Arthemia Premium Post Pages

In looking at the Arthemia theme, one thing that really jumps out at me is that it truly looks like a online magazine’s homepage would.   Many of the magazine themes you see (both free and premium) are coded to function like a magazine theme, but they still have a “blog” look to them.  This one has a very professional look.  I also like the 728×90 ad block prominently displayed across the top for readers to see in a prominently displayed position.

If you’re interested in the premium version of Arthemia, you can check out the Arthemia WordPress theme demo and/or purchase a copy.  It is currently available at the following prices: Single License ($70.00), Five Licenses ($140.00), or the Developer’s Pack ($240.00).

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Kyle Eslick is WordPress enthusiast who took his passion for WordPress to the next level in 2007 by launching WPHacks.com as a place to share hacks, tutorials, etc. Connect with Kyle on Twitter or Google+!

  1. Ivan says:

    Great template, I’ll use it !

  2. rakesh solanki says:

    Professional looking theme, thanks for showing.

  3. tracy lee says:

    i am always fan of this nice wordpress theme. I am still using it on my tech blog.

    nice looking very easy to use. Enjoy working with this theme.

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