Agendia STD font, used for many of the graphics
Silkscreen font, used for the vertical text
Zygote skin by intolerant, for turning me on to vipnagorgialla font
Andy and Scott, for giving me such a wonderful playground. I've also borrowed/reused some of their CSS.
The Thin Line is intended to use the original sandbox XHTML structure, so you'll need to make sure The Sandbox is installed before activating The Thin Line.
For wordpress version 2.0, please add the following button to a text widget:
<a title="design by Adam Freetly" href="http://archgfx.net/themes/the-thin-line"><img title="The Thin Line theme for WordPress" alt="The Thin Line" src="http://archgfx.net/wordpress/wp-content/themes/thethinline/img/ttlogo.jpg"/></a>
(wordpress 2.1 and above will add the button to your footer automatically)
The goal of this skin is to leverage the semantic classes of the Sandbox. So for each post, there is a corner label that shows the date using some very attractive fonts not found on most computers. Similar numbering is shown on comments and ping/trackbacks.
The second sidebar appears full width at the bottom of your blog, as a "fat footer".
This design is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 License.