Win A Free Copy of Packt’s Concrete5 book

We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Packt Publishing and are organizing a give away especially for you. All you need to do is just comment below the post to win a free copy of Creating Concrete5 Themes. Three lucky winners stand a chance to win a print copy of the book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Ones.

Overview of Creating Concrete5 Themes

  • Get to grips with the concrete5 architecture
  • Learn how to create a concrete5 theme
  • Discover how to make a theme responsive to improve it for small devices

Read more about this book and download a free Sample Chapter:

Contest Rules:

  • 3 winners will be selected by Packt &
  • Earliest reply/post will be given preference.
  • Contest open till April 17,2013, so hurry up.
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12 Responses to Win A Free Copy of Packt’s Concrete5 book

  1. John Steele says:

    Wow, am I really the first, or are the comments just not displayed?

    I would love a copy of this, I own Remo’s first Packt book and I just finished reviewing the 2nd edition.

  2. Remo is known as one of the leading contributors to the Concrete5 community. He’s addressed the kinds of questions that people ask as they move from acquaintance with C5 to higher levels of proficiency.

    This latest book looks like it appeals to several audiences. It is probably a bit more basic than his “Beginner’s Guide.” At the same time, the focus on adapting themes for mobile deployment are likely to appeal to a broad audience.

    Here’s to success for his latest effort!

  3. Bryant Grant says:

    Woot Woot I’m on the list!!
    Also, the links above (Creating Concrete5 Themes) dont work :(

  4. hereNT says:

    I probably don’t really need it since at least 70% of my work is making themes, but it would be interesting to see what Remo recommends to new devs.

  5. Sharon says:

    Oooo I’d love to get my hands on this! I’m a distant admirer of both Remo and c5mix work. Thank you so much for the opportunity :)

  6. Nour Akalay says:

    I just loved his first book, I still use it all the time.

    Thanks for this opportunity.

  7. Richard Thomas says:

    I’d love to get started on creating themes from scratch in C5 … so this book would be a blast!

  8. I hope that posting to Australia is an option, as I’d love to see what down under themes we can put together from using the info in this book.


  9. Julia says:

    I’ve just purchased 5 licenses of Slate based on the positive feedback I see on the C5 forums and marketplace. I am quite new to web publishing so will have to spend some time exploring this theme and tweak it to my requirements. Wish me luck.

    If anyone needs a book which explains C5 in greater detail – that would be me!


  10. Ken D. says:

    Totally new to Concrete5 – just setting up my first site using CMS – any guidance is completely appreciated and this book looks great! I am purchasing your package deal and C5 core eCommerce package – can’t wait to get going on it. I also decided on purchasing C5mix themes based on such excellent comments. Thanks for a great product, Ken

  11. Al Czarnecki says:

    C5 is an elegant and robust way to move from HTML and CSS to CMS. The ability to create your own themes is an attractive asset: you can interpret your existing site design within C5 instead of reshaping everything to fit an existing template.

    A good book transfers the experience of its author to others — just the ticket for great C5 implementations.

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