Pinoy WordPress Theme: Pinoy Pride

August 24, 2009 | 1 Comment

Pinoy Pride WordPress theme

Pinoy Pride is a dark, two-column WordPress theme sporting the famous yellow stars and sun found on the Philippine flag, created by Kaiser Mangampo.

This theme is 100% free and have Philippine Flag design. It has Stars that represent Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and Sun that represents the provinces that fought against the Spanish Oppresor.

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Matt Mullenweg gives a shoutout to WordCamp Philippines at WordCamp SF 2008

August 18, 2008 | 2 Comments

WordCamp Philippines logo blue

Christian Cabuay reports that Matt Mullenweg mentioned WordCamp Philippines at this year’s WordCamp, held in San Francisco. Apparently the t-shirts for the local WordCamp are his favorite so far. Here’s the video:

People from the audience pointed out that the sun is from the Philippine flag. To the organizers, especially the t-shirt designer Andrew dela Serna, congratulations!

Oh, and if you still want to order a WordCamp PH tee, you’ll be glad to know that ordering has been reopened.

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WordCamp Philippines 2008 t-shirts and WordPress merchandise are coming soon!

July 24, 2008 | No Comments Yet

WordCamp Philippines 2008 t-shirt royal blue

Available in royal blue and maroon (said to match the colors of the Philippine flag), the WordCamp Philippines 2008 t-shirts are now available for pre-orders at Php400 each. Since the tees will be available by August, you can have them sent via courier or pick them up on the day of the WordCamp itself.

You can also expect official WordPress goodies like t-shirts and mugs. It looks like the campers will be taking home a lot of stuff from this event!

They’re selling for P400 each — tailored, great fit, the works! You’ll also get your hands on WordPress t-shirts and mugs, but that’ll be for the event proper. For now, you can order WordCamp Philippines t-shirts ahead of September.

Click here for the t-shirt designs, measurements, and of course the ordering form.

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Wave the Philippine flag on your blog!

May 29, 2008 | 8 Comments

Filipino Pride - S3isSixFlags

May 28 is National Flag Day, which is when the Philippine flag was raised for the first time in 1898 (in the Battle of Alapan, Imus, Cavite). Beginning this day until June 12, which is our Independence Day, everyone is encouraged to display the Philippine flag in front of our homes, schools, offices, and other places. This period is called National Flag Days.

Here’s an idea: why not wave the National Flag on your blog?

Of course the easiest way is to write a post about the Philippine flag and related topics like Independence Day. Just talking about it is enough to foster our sense of nationhood. You could take a photo of the flag in front of your house or on the street on the way to work. It doesn’t even have to be a million-peso shot, your cameraphone will do.

But if you want a more permanent sign of Pinoy pride, WordPress bloggers will know that sidebar widgets make this easy. Just pick the text widget and insert the HTML code for the image you want to display.

Pilipinas kong Mahal

If you’re looking for a suitable image of the flag, try these links:

Flag of the Philippines
Contains a history of the Philippine flag and various public domain images.

Kalayaan 2008
The 2008 Independence Day logo.

famfamfam.com: Flag Icons
Set of 247 icons in GIF and PNG.

Flaggr: Free Pixel Flag Icons
Hotlinking allowed.

Pixel Flag Icons
Set of 27×17 pixel icons for 177 nations.

Customize your iPhone, show your national pride
iPhone icons including two with the Philippine flag as background. Yes, it’s for the iPhone, but you could use it on your blog as well!

Animated Flags of Philippines
A number of animated images of the Philippine flag.

Republic of the Philippines Flags
3D, animated, waving Philippine flag images in various sizes and on different background colors. Link back to use for free.

Philippine flag desktop wallpaper
Large image of Philippine flag intended as desktop wallpaper.

Philippines Glittering Flag
Philippine flag with animated sparkles for all the MySpace/Friendster fanatics.

Filipino Comments
More comment graphics for social networking fiends.

Proudly Pinoy
Not exactly the Philippine flag, but it’s a badge made especially to show how our pride for our country.

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And finally, have a look at some photographs of the Philippine flag and this group called BANDILA, both from Flickr. (Note: if you want to use these images, be sure you have the proper permissions first.)

Happy National Flag Day and advanced happy Independence Day everyone!

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