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Download Free Firefighter Wordpress Theme

This is my first attempt at making a Wordpress theme, with some help from my wife. I have been looking all over for something that resembled a firefighter theme, but could not find anything close or free. ecently my wife has been having a lot of problems with her website because she kept downloading free Wordpress templates only to find out that they did not work correctly. We finally decided to pay the $49 for Artisteer which is a software that lets you make your own templates. It is really easy to use. She made a couple the other day and asked me if I wanted to make some fire themes for my site. We started working on it together and when she put the kids to bed I worked on it myself. It was real easy to understand any did not take me long to make the template. The part that took the longest was finding picture that I wanted.

The header picture is an original picture of mine taken at Louis F. Garland Fire Academy at Goodfellow AFB in San Angelo, Texas. The photo was taken during Haz-Mat Instructor School and the exercise was pressurized container fires. I’m the really good looking one in the picture. I thought it looked really awesome so I am letting anyone who wants to use it, download it. I would appreciate it if you could leave my link in the footer.

You can download the .zip theme file here: intothefire.zip.

If you have trouble installing themes, here is the Wordpress Using Themes page.

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