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I want something really plain with just headlines and comments; no sub-paragraphs, no tags, no nothing!

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    I was also looking for that kind of thing then I got help from oxytheme to manually customise the theme. To be honest itsn't look attractive in that blunt look

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    Hee Hee. Wistie is fairly bland or utilitarian out of the box but can be dressed up with artwork and clever CSS utilization.

    I'm happy with what I have but plan a few changes here and there.

    My business plan is calling for 150 plus sites so clear, easy, stable, and quick are important right now. Down the road when the income is up I'll probably hire some help including a designer.

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    You're going backwards somewhat. Pligg 1.x.x ran a template called Wistie out of the box. I run a tweaked version of it on my 1.2.2 sites as it suits me. Maybe someone would update it to work with Pligg 2.x

    BTW: the Blog side of my site runs WordPress on the 'Iconic one' theme which doesn't clash too much with Wistie!

    I include a link here so you can see it

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