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Default Theme

A simple way to set the default theme for new blogs on a WordPress Multisite network.

Downloads 26,884
Ultra Compatible
Version 1.0.4

Changelog / Translations

Version 1.0.4
  • Fix depreciated notices
Changelog
Version 1.0.4
  • Fix depreciated notices

Version 1.0.3.2
  • Update dash notice and plugin header

Version 1.0.3.1
  • WordPress 3.8 compatibility

Version 1.0.3
  • Fixed Child theme support again

Version 1.0.2
  • WP 3.1 Compatibility
  • Changed install location for autoupdate ability
  • Fully Localized

Version 1.0.1
  • Child theme support

Version 1
  • WPMU 2.7 Compatible
Allows you to easily select a new default theme for new blogs.
  • Set a custom default theme
  • Built for Multisite networks
  • Setup from added drop-down menu
  • Activate Upfront themes by default
  • Give users better themes
  • Integrate with Pro Sites

Default Theme lets you set a custom default theme for new sites on your network.

It’s Simple

Once activated, visit Network Admin > Settings, and select the theme that you’d like to appear first up on all newly created sites.

So now you can easily go from this!

To this!

Simple huh :)

For help with installing plugins please refer to our Plugin installation guide.

Once installed visit Network Admin -> Plugins and Network Activate it.

To use:

1.  Go to Network Admin > Settings

2.  Scroll down to Theme Settings.

3.  Select the theme you’d like to see appear on all newly created Sites.

4.  Click Save Changes

Default Theme is covered by the WPMU DEV Guarantee

WPMU DEV Guarantee

We guarantee that...

  • Default Theme will work as advertised
  • You will receive 24/7 365 expert support for any problem
  • If you cancel your FREE trial, you can keep Default Theme
  • Default Theme is secure, always updated and well coded

Money back guarantee!

While you have 30 days, no obligations risk-free trial of WPMU DEV if you become a paid member and are dissatisfied with any of the above we'll refund you, no questions asked.