WordPress Theme: Nitrogenate

Padd Solutions’ latest premium quality theme release is Nitrogenate WordPress theme. This WP theme comes with a customizable front page which showcases the “About Us”, “Our Services” and “Recent News” section. This special WordPress theme is packed with a better framework and a robust admin options panel to accommodate the General Settings, Page Tracker, Social Networking, Related Posts, Page Navigation and Custom Ads Settings.

Nitrogenate WP theme has a featured content slider which 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:

  • Featured Content Gallery
  • Popular Posts
  • Twitter Status
  • Spread the articles via Social bookmarks (TweetMeme, Delicious, Digg, Newsvine, RSS, Stumbleupon, Technorati, Twitter)
  • Related Posts
  • Featured Photos
  • Related Video
  • Separation of Comments and Trackbacks
  • SEO optimized
  • Automatic Thumbnail Resizer (without using a custom field)
  • Compatible with WordPress version 3.0+
  • RSS and Twitter subscription
  • Google Analytics code integration
  • Built-in Page Navigation
  • Advertisement Blocks Ready
  • Gravatar Enabled

Nitrogenate Screenshot

Nitrogenate | Demo | Download Nitrogenate (6018)


  1. Install nitrogenate folder at /wp-content/themes/
  2. Activate Nitrogenate 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 Nitrogenate Options:

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

Additional Customization:

  • Setting the Featured Content Thumbnail:
    1. Go to the post
    2. At the bottom right part of the post page (below “Post Tags”) set the “Featured Image” (with at least width: 310px and height: 210px)
    3. Save or Update Post.
  • Setting the DropDown Menus:
    1. Go to Appearance > Menus
    2. Drag and drop the menus you want to appear in the main menu
    3. Save Menu.
  • 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/nitrogenate/images folder.
  • Using FlickRSS:
    1. Go to FlickRSS settings
    2. Display: “6 – user”
    3. User ID: Manual.
    4. Save Settings.
  • Requirements:
  • WordPress 3.0+
  • Host server with PHP5+

Thank you:

Thanks to Eightface, Viper007Bond and Héctor for the useful plugins and our friends at Webdesign Preise, Facebook Games, SUV and Wedding Dresses for the wonderful ideas and collaboration.

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  1. winamp skin 08.12.2010 Reply

    Download :)

    I lov WP

  2. Till 08.12.2010 Reply

    In the demo you have a link to categories in the main menu. I tried to reproduce this with a clean wordpress install but no categories show up.

    How do I manage that?



    • Dulce 08.12.2010 Reply

      Make sure you are using the latest version of WordPress. Follow the instruction in the post above, “Setting the DropDown Menus”.

    • Dulce 08.14.2010 Reply

      Make sure you have categories with contents. Drag it to your main menu via Appearance > Menus and save it.

  3. Mei 04.25.2011 Reply

    Where can I change the value of the Search form? I’ve tried anything but nothing works :/ I need to use it in portuguese…

    • James 04.25.2011 Reply

      You can change the value of the Search form at searchform.php and js/main.loading.js.

      For the said Javascript file, go to line 66, and change the value accordingly.

  4. Andy 06.22.2011 Reply

    Is there a way to get the footer code, I accidentally messed it up?

    • James 07.28.2011 Reply

      Download the theme and compare the messed up footer.php and the fresh footer.php.

  5. Gwyneth Llewelyn 07.04.2011 Reply

    Hi! I’ve noticed that recently my comments were getting out of sync with the articles where they originate. I thought that the problem was with Disqus (the comment system I use), but apparently not: it’s the Related Posts sub-plugin that throws them out of sync by placing the wrong redirect on the form action.

    Coplan on ThemeForest provides a quick fix, even though he’s addressing a different theme: http://themeforest.net/item/tutsplaza-premium-community-theme/discussion/113225?page=6

    Just add wp_reset_query() after calling the related posts [after the line padd_related_posts(get_the_ID())] and that should fix things neatly.

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