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PremiumThemesYou may have noticed recently that there are a lot more options when it comes to themes to use on Edublogs.

We now have a whopping 137 themes to choose from, including 33 new snazzy themes available to Pro users.

And alongside that, we’ve added new features to almost every single theme – including threaded comments, extra custom headers and plenty more besides.,

To see the new great looking themes, click on the “Premium Themes” link in your Dashboard.

We’ll be featuring various themes over the next few weeks, and talking about how you can utilize the new features, but for the moment you might particularly like:

Autofocus photo blogging theme
Autofocus photo blogging theme

Autofocus automatically creates a beautiful front page based on photos (or other images you upload) to your posts.

A theme full of detail
A theme full of detail

Color paper provides you with a colorful and interesting new interface for your blog.

A clean, professional look
A clean, professional look

PrimePress is everything you want well styled, customizable, fresh looking blog.

In addition, more of the themes now include the ability to upload a custom header image and they all now allow comments on pages.

And, of course, one Pro user can turn on all of these themes for up to 50 of their students, just by entering their details on the ‘Disable Ads’ section.

More tips, highlighted themes, and news about feature enhancements on their way soon… stay tuned!

About Ronnie Burt

Manages the Edublogs, CampusPress, and WPMU DEV Hosting services. Former secondary math teacher and wannabe musician. Follow @ronnieburt on twitter!


  1. i really liked the themes but i wish they were not pro.

    • evangelene
  2. Hi Evangelene, Glad you like the themes, we’ve spent literally months getting them right, testing and adding – so that’s why they are pro.

    However, the cool thing is that one ‘Pro’ user can enable them all for 50 students… so about $3 per month will get you 137 themes not just for you, but for 50 other blogs, that’s like 6 cents per blog :)

  3. I am interested in the new themes, but don’t see them on my dashboard. I do a lot of professional development with my county teaching them how to use blogging effectively with their students. My district has purchased the private label edublogs campus, and I like to keep current so I can better help the teachers. Are the new themes not available to campus members?

    • Carmon
    • Hi Carmon, we haven’t uploaded the new themes onto Edublogs Campus but will be soon.

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  5. My art/photography teacher wants to create blogs for her students to display their artwork. What theme would you recommend? I am fairly certain she is willing to pay for the premium themes.

  6. Can you please make more themes :)

    • Aoife-Marie McGrath

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