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Subscribe to Copyblogger Theme Comments

One thing I have forgotten to mention thus far is the fact that the Copyblogger Theme supports the amazing Subscribe to Comments plugin from Mark Jaquith. If you want to use it on your own site (and I highly recommend that you do), all you have to do is activate the plugin—it’s literally plug and play with this theme.

I’ve also activated the plugin on this site, and this means that instead of being forced to check back here every fifteen minutes to see if I’ve responded, you’ll simply receive an email whenever new comments are posted on those posts to which you’ve subscribed.

Oh, and while you’re at it, go ahead and subscribe to the main feed, too. I’ll be cranking out articles over the next couple of weeks that detail everything you need to know about working with the theme, and you’ll definitely want to stay up to date!

Update: The Subscribe to Comments plugin is not yet fully compatible with WordPress 2.2, which is currently running this site. If you’re still running WordPress 2.1.x, then the plugin will work for you, and it’s still plug and play with this theme.

I’ll give everyone the heads-up when a new version of the plugin is released.

Welcome to the Copyblogger Theme for WordPress

You’ve come to the right place! How do I know? Because this is one place on the Web where you truly can leave with more than you arrived with, and best of all, it won’t cost you a dime!

The Copyblogger Theme for WordPress is the second fully-developed theme from Chris Pearson, the same guy who developed (and later sold) the Cutline Theme for WordPress.

Chris likes great SEO, squeaky-clean XHTML, accessible layouts that look identical across all modern browsers, ubiquitous design solutions, and talking about himself in the third person.

Seriously, though, I think the Copyblogger Theme for WordPress encompasses all those key points, and I believe it can help you become a better publisher.