The New Yorker is a throwback Tumblr theme, steeped in 50’s iconography and oozing the cool of the Mean Streets themselves. Customize the icons, choose your color version and accents, then link it up with any of your numerous social network sites to create a bold, metropolitan blogscape!
Let’s take a look at it, shall we?
This is the standard New Yorker, the foundation upon which you’ll build your own borough. And this is what it looks like with the lights out:
Just set your Color Version to “Dark Version”, and you’ve got yourself a night-prowlin’ New Yorker.
Next you can set the accent to any color and shade of your choosing. The possibilities are nearly infinite—everything from cheery to broody is possible:
Next, choose between three separate icons. There’s the classic lightning bolt, pictured above; there’s also an elegant mustache, for the gents and aristocrats:
Or a pair of lips, for the sassy dame and saucy socialite:
And, if you so choose, set the profile head in the top left corner to a little man:
Or a little lady:
Link the New Yorker up to all of your Social Network sites and have them displayed in the top right corner:
The theme is compatible across the board: Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Linkedin, Skype, Gowalla, etc…
In addition to Google Analytics, you can also easily install Disqus commenting by inputting your “Disqus Shortname” (found under the General Settings on your Disqus account page), in order to engage and monitor your site’s audience.
Remember, if you’re a fumbler with your Tumblr, or if you just have any general questions/inquiries/suggestions/words for us, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter at @pixelunion.