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I have already designed some themes and am still working on them.

Since I haven't released any themes yet, I'm thinking of releasing a modified theme of snowflat for the first time.

Now my first theme is published.


  • Attractive design
  • Round avatar
  • Responsive theme
  • Added Loading progress bar system
  • and more


Upload the theme in qa-theme folder.

Select the theme RafSnow on General page in admin section then press the save button.


Some screenshots

Home page


Question page


Loading Time



I'll publish new theme very soon like bellow..





Let me know which theme you like. Anyway.


Hope you'll enjoy this theme :).


Note: I am very young, I am a new designer and learning developing and more.So if I have any mistake somewhere please point out my mistake, I will do my best to correct it.
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When you wear an outfit, don't wear more than 3 colors. The facebook-like theme is better than others.
Thank's for your feedback.
No painter has ever created great pieces of art on their first attempts. Keep working on it. I can clearly see improvements from to first theme to the second one.

Like @Teddydoors said, limit the usage of color on your theme, the areas that receive color gain more attention, and my attention is all over the place on those first 3 screenshots. Especially with the color gradients xD

Color should be attributed to individual elements like buttons, text links or elements of more importance that you want to give more relevance, like the Top bar.
(Which you did a better job on this one - https://enolez.com/?qa=blob&qa_blobid=10159545936592337119 )

Of course you could have a Yellow or a Pink background, just work them out in conjunction with all the other colors in a form of a color palette. They need to combine with each other.
Use less funky gradients, and more solid colors.

Here's a few links you might find helpful:

Color Scheme Generator:

Stay strong ;)
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Thank you so much for your advice :)

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