The funny thing is that, for some reason, multiple theme support was not a feature welcomed warmly by the WordPress community back in 2005 when version 1.5 was released (according to Matt). Nowadays, not having a theme manager in WordPress would render the whole platform not useful in most real world applications.

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there are 5 comments added

  1. mishkin 26th September 2013

    You told us this already guys..:)

  2. mishkin 27th September 2013

    Yep, on your blog entry dated 2nd september found here. http://themefuse.com/blog/did-you-know-that-you-can-have-multiple-themes-on-your-wordpress-site-since-version-1-5/

  3. Well, our bad then, I figure maybe not everyone read it the first time around :). Thanks for letting us know.

    • mishkin 27th September 2013

      LOL

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