Ben is a lifelong Nintendo fan who likes to build websites, and make video games. He buys way too much Lego.
No file update yet, but I thought I’d make a post on the way Regulus has been used around the place.
The big news, at least for me, is that Regulus is now one of the themes on WordPress.com.
Regulus has also been used on a more than a handful of sites around the world with a few modifying the theme to make it their own.
Ajax Regulus is a mod of Regulus which makes use of all the latest browser and server technologies. On the surface the theme is the same as normal Regulus (with a different header) but start pressing buttons and you’ll see that things have changed quite a bit. Press the comments button and they show up on the current page, press the Traducir (I’m guessing Translate) button and some flags appear that let you translate the post to whatever language you speak.
For more information visit the download page. I get the impression that changes are made live so bits and pieces may or may not be working when you visit.
3 Column Regulus
I’ve been asked a few times for a three column Regulus. Maybe I should ask Dustin from Rain City Guide for the code he used on his site.
World of Warcraft Regulus
I found out about Urulokiâ€™s Lair by looking at Technorati I hadn’t thought anyone would make such a massive change to the theme. There are still some things that make it obviously Regulus but I get the impression that the site is a work in progress. I’m going to keep watching this one to see how it changes.
Pink and Girly Regulus
I like things that are different and the changes La Bella has made to Regulus are quite cool. There isn’t enough pink on the interweb!
If anyone has a cool Regulus themed website then add a link in the comments and I’ll take a look.