WordPress Theme: Lithiumicious

Our latest release Lithiumicious WordPress theme is fully WordPress 3.0 compatible. It comes with a custom front page design where you can create an “About”, “Our Services” and “Contact Us” pages. This is one of our premium quality WordPress themes with has an upgraded framework that harness the latest version of WordPress.

Lithiumicious comes with 5 different color variations to match any blog’s niches. This free premium WordPress theme comes with a featured content, subscription buttons (Twitter, Facebook and RSS), built-in advertisement options, automatic thumbnail resizer, popular posts, featured posts, featured video and a lot more!

Built by Padd Solutions, Lithiumicious WP theme is great for any blogger who wants to impress their readers with their contents and a premium quality design blog at no cost!

Check out the other theme features:

  • Compatible with WordPress version 3.0
  • Featured Content
  • 5 Header Background Color (Color 1, Color 2, Color 3, Color 4 and Color 5)
  • Dropdown Categories Menu
  • Spread the articles via Social bookmarks (Delicious, Digg, Newsvine, RSS, Stumbleupon, Technorati, Twitter)
  • Related Posts
  • Better Comment System
  • Separation of Comments and Trackbacks
  • SEO optimized
  • Automatic Thumbnail Resizer (without using a custom field)
  • Popular Posts
  • Featured Photos
  • Featured Video
  • Google Analytics code integration
  • Built-in Page Navigation
  • Advertisement Blocks Ready
  • Gravatar Enabled

Lithiumicious Screenshot

Lithiumicious | Demo | Download Lithiumicious (24127)


  1. Install lithiumicious folder at /wp-content/themes/
  2. Activate Lithiumicious Theme 1.0 by Padd Solutions (Note: Don’t worry if it might look disoriented at first, you need to activate the required plugins to fully utilize the theme.)

Activate the Required Plugins

Customizing Lithiumicious Options:

  1. Go to Appearance > Lithiumicious Options
    • General Settings
    • Page Tracker Settings
    • Social Networking Settings
    • Related Posts Settings
    • Page Navigation Settings
    • Custom Ads Settings
  2. Then Save Settings.

Additional Customization:

  • Changing the Logo:
    1. Use the site-name.psd found at the /images folder.
    2. Edit it using your favorite graphics application.
    3. Save as site-name.png and upload it at the /wp-content/themes/lithiumicious/images folder.
  • Using FlickRSS:
    1. Go to FlickRSS settings
    2. Display: “6 – user”
    3. User ID: Manual.
    4. Save Settings.


  • WordPress 3.0+
  • Host server with PHP5+

Thank you:

Thanks to Eightface and Héctor for the useful plugins and our friends at How To Start A Website, Email Marketing Software, SUV, and RPG Game Reviews for the wonderful ideas and collaboration.

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  1. rumpibul 07.04.2010 Reply

    All your themes are incredibly beautiful and functional.I am a fan from time to all your work and I would say thank you for giving away all these beautiful templates to have our sites on a very high level. Thank you buddy!!!!!

  2. Pill 07.04.2010 Reply

    Hi, Its really nice theme. thx a lot.
    but when I active it, I see this error:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function register_nav_menus() in C:\wamp\www\wordpress\wp-content\themes\lithiumicious\functions.php on line 20

    whats wrong?

  3. Vijay Padiyar 11.08.2010 Reply

    First of all, this is a really great theme!

    Just wanted to bring to your attention a bug in wp-content/themes/lithiumicious/functions/thumb/thumb.php:

    The stripping of “http/https” and “www.” doesn’t happen as expected in cleanSource(). I have changed the function to what is shown below, and now it works.

    To all those reading: change the function cleanSource() in thumb.php to the following:

    * tidy up the image source url
    function cleanSource($src) {

    // remove slash from start of string
    if(strpos($src, “/”) == 0) {
    $src = substr($src, -(strlen($src) – 1));

    // remove http/ https/ ftp
    $src = preg_replace(“/^((ht|f)tp(s|):\/\/)/i”, “”, $src);

    // remove domain name from the source url
    $host = $_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"];
    $src = str_replace($host, “”, $src);
    $src = str_replace(“www.”, “”, $src);

    // don’t allow users the ability to use ‘../’
    // in order to gain access to files below document root

    // src should be specified relative to document root like:
    // src=images/img.jpg or src=/images/img.jpg
    // not like:
    // src=../images/img.jpg
    $src = preg_replace(“/\.\.+\//”, “”, $src);

    // get path to image on file system
    $src = get_document_root($src) . ‘/’ . $src;

    return $src;




  4. em 06.06.2011 Reply

    how am i able to get more than 8 posts to show on the homepage. lots of empty white space at the botom?

    • James 06.08.2011 Reply

      Set the blog pages to show at most at Settings > Reading Settings of your dashboard.

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