Ajax WordPress Theme coming

Interesting week for WordPress, Scoble – Microsoft’s most famout blogger – finally switched to WordPress and we can expect a lot of MSDN Niners getting to know this useful blogging platform. Probably he will mention now some cool development hacks like the Ajax WordPress theme that is coming.

Bloxpress is the name of this upcoming theme that uses Protoype and script.aculo.us libraries to provide some cool Ajax functionality to post and hide comments, searching ala Google Suggest, expanding and collapsing sections and drag and drop functionality. It looks quite interesting and you can try some functionality at Kjell Bublitz’s blog, any pointers to look at something similar in a blog powered by .NET/Atlas ?

14 Responses to Ajax WordPress Theme coming
  1. steve
    September 4, 2009 | 6:18 am

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  2. blackball
    November 17, 2008 | 1:23 am

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  4. Mauricio
    November 21, 2006 | 3:19 pm

    Hi All Experts,
    I want to use AJAX (Asynchronous JAVA script with XML ). How can i Optimize the site SEO.
    as Java script and flash is not recommended by search engines. Any suggestion or help is welcomed. With Regards.

  5. dj
    August 3, 2006 | 1:03 pm

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    Where is that shading coming from?

    many thanks…

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  11. CountZero
    March 7, 2006 | 5:10 pm

    to date, all pure AJAXed wordpress themes or solutions (e.g. ajaxpress) suffer from one important inconvenience – they just simply don’t degrade for users who haven’t activated javascript for certain reasons or just simply can’t use javascript at all.
    in addition, this indegradability renders it pretty hard for the search engines to index the contents of blogs using these themes.

    for these reasons I have implemented each and every AJAX enhanced feature in my Binary Blue theme the fully degradable way – if you happen to visit a blog using Binary Blue with disabled javascript, you just use the blog’s features as in any other conventional blog as well. but, with javascript enabled, you can make use of all the fancy stuff that is possible thanx to AJAX and scriptaculous.

    even K2 can’t keep track with that.

  12. Anonymous
    December 18, 2005 | 9:59 pm

    Cool.

  13. Spyn_ET
    November 24, 2005 | 2:08 am

    Now i’m working in a modification of Regulus theme, you can see it here

  14. Spyn_ET
    November 14, 2005 | 4:09 pm

    Hi, I modified the contempt theme for WordPress, and introduce ajax in it.

    You can see and download it Here

    PD. Sorry with my english