Satori (english documentation)

Satori it’s a WordPress theme that includes localization for english. It follows the one column/big footer trend, and supports Widgets as well as some plugins. Check out it’s [features->].

Download

Satori for WordPress (ZIP file)

Localization instructions

In order to use the english localization for Satori you must have a properly configured installation of WordPress:

  1. Go to the root directory of your WordPress installation and open the wp-config.php file
  2. Check the line that reads define ('WPLANG', '');, and set it to define ('WPLANG', 'en');
  3. That’s it! (AKA “There’s no step three”)

The translation might need some work to be perfect, if you would like to correct/customize it, you just need to edit en.po with Notepad or with poEdit

Some reactions on Satori

These are some of the comments that this theme has received:

Scott (Plaintxt)
This is really a beautiful theme. Well done. I love the comments, the line work. It’s minimal and effective. An A+. Congrats on a job well done.
Juan Pablo Aqueveque (Juque)
Great work (…) Simple and elegant, I love it!
Vidablog:
A theme for WordPress that’s simple, clean and nicely crafted
WordPress Station
A beautiful theme, featuring a single column, with the “big footer” or bottom sidebar as some may call it. Lots of whitespace, pleasing colors, a generally good addition to the theme community.
Álvaro (Desinformados)
Excellent! Very clean and one of the best I’ve seen on readability.

Satori in action (preview screenshots)

Post con tablas, un bloque actualizado y una serie de imágenesSatori  - Un tema para WordPressResultados de una búsquedaÁrea de comentariosPost con tablas y una serie de imágenesPost con cita en bloque

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3 responses to “Satori (english documentation)”

  1. Ken says:

    fantastic theme! great job.

    one question for now…on my archives page how can i get rid of the ‘Archives’ and ‘Author’ stuff? it is creating a huge gap between the nav and the archives plugin. i’d like to get rid of those things.

    thanks again!

  2. You would have to edit header.php using Conditional Tags around <div id="pages" />… something like:

    <?php if (is_single() OR is_home() OR is_paged() OR is_archive() OR is_search() OR is_404()) { ?>
    <div id="pages">
    <ul>
    <?php wp_list_pages('title_li=&depth=1'); ?>
    </ul>
    </div>
    <?php } ?>

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