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When Automattic’s Thomas Guillot was designing Publication, he aimed to incorporate two sidebars in an original way, while putting emphasis on large, full-screen featured images. Now available in the WordPress.org theme directory, Publication is well suited to magazines or blogs about fashion, food, travel, or design — or any topic where visuals are an important focus.
A classic magazine-style theme, Apostrophe is now available for self-hosted sites. An update of Konstantin Kovshenin‘s Semicolon, crafted by Automattic’s Sarah Semark, Apostrophe supports a site logo and featured posts once Jetpack is active. With its traditional horizontal menu and right sidebar, Apostrophe also lets you “star” posts on the front end to set them as featured. Check out the demo or give it a go on your site.