zeldathemes
the zeldaux theme & resource blog
Welcome to the home of all free Tumblr themes created by Rachael [ZELDAUX]. On this page, you'll also find support and resources for your theme needs as well as theme recommendations. Make yourself at home while you're here! |
DISCLAIMER: ALL THEMES ARE OPTIMIZED FOR GOOGLE CHROME
ABOUT THE CREATOR

Rachael (zeldaux) is an eighteen-year-old girl who was born on June 17th in the United States. Right now, she is a freshman in college majoring in Information Technology (IT) with a minor in Web Design. Rachael has been coding for about four years and making themes on Tumblr for two years. In her spare time, she plays piano and obsesses over New Leaf.
UPDATES & NEWS
DECEMBER 14TH, 2013
NEW: #20 (Let it Go)
Reached 20,000 followers!
OCTOBER 30TH, 2013
NEW: #19 (Redux Edit)
OCTOBER 19TH, 2013
REVAMP: #6 (Tied to the Land)
SEPTEMBER 16TH, 2013
Moved to ZELDATHEMES.CO.VU
SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2013
NEW: #18 (Crown for a King)
SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2013
All themes moved to static previews.
SEPTEMBER 6TH, 2013
REVAMP: #3 (Marchin' On)
SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2013
NEW: #17 (Up and Away)
AUGUST 14TH, 2013
NEW: #16 (Turning a New Leaf)
AUGUST 13TH, 2013
All themes have been revamped!
Reached 250,000 hits on Pastebin!
MY LATEST THEME

#20: LET IT GO

Just a quick update! Today I played around with this blog’s theme (I figured it was time for a change?) and now it has a different color scheme. Also, Tumblr (finally) fixed the audio player, so now the all of the play/pause buttons on the audio posts should be back to normal. You don’t have to re-install your theme or anything.

This will probably be my last update on this blog for a while, because tomorrow I go back to school and start my winter hibernation from Tumblr. I’ll see you all soon! —Rachael

My second semester of college starts on Monday and I’m already short on free time as it is. Originally, I had planned to spend some time over the holiday break making a bunch of new themes and getting started on selling theme commissions. However, obviously, that really didn’t happen because I didn’t have as much free time as I thought.
Also, because of my not-so-acceptable grades from last semester, I need to make sure I ace all of my classes this winter, therefore I’ve decided to go into a winter hibernation so I can get back into the swing of things in college and not feel so caught up with theme-making.
The ask box will be closed as of tonight, January 2nd, at 10pm EST. Make sure to get all of your last-minute questions in by then, as I will not be answering theme questions after I close the inbox. I’m going to clean out and answer everything that has piled up in my ask box before I close it.
This hibernation will probably end after my winter semester finishes up in May, if not sooner. I’ll try to make themes if I have spare time, but the ask box will remain closed until then. The FAQ will answer almost any questions you may have. Happy holidays, and I’ll see you all in the spring!

My second semester of college starts on Monday and I’m already short on free time as it is. Originally, I had planned to spend some time over the holiday break making a bunch of new themes and getting started on selling theme commissions. However, obviously, that really didn’t happen because I didn’t have as much free time as I thought.

Also, because of my not-so-acceptable grades from last semester, I need to make sure I ace all of my classes this winter, therefore I’ve decided to go into a winter hibernation so I can get back into the swing of things in college and not feel so caught up with theme-making.

The ask box will be closed as of tonight, January 2nd, at 10pm EST. Make sure to get all of your last-minute questions in by then, as I will not be answering theme questions after I close the inbox. I’m going to clean out and answer everything that has piled up in my ask box before I close it.

This hibernation will probably end after my winter semester finishes up in May, if not sooner. I’ll try to make themes if I have spare time, but the ask box will remain closed until then. The FAQ will answer almost any questions you may have. Happy holidays, and I’ll see you all in the spring!

FAQ: Why do the post endings have random letters instead of reblog, like, date, time, etc. buttons?

For the endings of the posts in my themes (the part at the bottom that has the reblog and like buttons, as well as information about the date, time, post source, etc.) I use a font called “Web Symbols Regular”. It’s a font very similar to “Windings”, as it takes each letter and turns it into its own symbol.

And for some reason, some users cannot see the symbols and can only see the letters. Online, the font creator says it should work across all web browsers, but those who use Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc. cannot see the font and instead see random letters.

I can only guarantee that the endings on the post look correct while using Google Chrome. I have tried everything in my power to make it work with different browsers as well but I’ve found no solution.

If you are using a browser other than Google Chrome, I suggest using the alternative post ending I have recently installed that avoids using the Web Symbols Regular font until I can figure out how to make it usable in all browsers. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Theme #20: Let it Go
STATIC PREVIEW | DOWNLOAD


I thought it was only apt to release my twentieth theme in celebration of hitting 20,000 followers (thank you so much, everyone!) and so I created a theme for the movie Frozen, which is ridiculously good and you all should go watch it.
One header image (must be 1000px by 250px) and two sidebar images (optional, can be any size).
Header title different from the blog’s title.
Four numerical links (home, ask, and two custom) as well as four extra optional links.
Two different post ending options (slide-across icons or plain text).
Every single color and background in this theme can be changed, as well as the fonts in the theme and the size of the font in the theme.
Toggle options for Webkit Scrollbar, Style My Tooltips, background stretch to fit the screen, showing tags at the bottom of each post, etc.
Credit to llionkings for the sidebar gifs!
Please like or reblog if you use this theme!

Theme #20: Let it Go

STATIC PREVIEW | DOWNLOAD

I thought it was only apt to release my twentieth theme in celebration of hitting 20,000 followers (thank you so much, everyone!) and so I created a theme for the movie Frozen, which is ridiculously good and you all should go watch it.

  • One header image (must be 1000px by 250px) and two sidebar images (optional, can be any size).
  • Header title different from the blog’s title.
  • Four numerical links (home, ask, and two custom) as well as four extra optional links.
  • Two different post ending options (slide-across icons or plain text).
  • Every single color and background in this theme can be changed, as well as the fonts in the theme and the size of the font in the theme.
  • Toggle options for Webkit Scrollbar, Style My Tooltips, background stretch to fit the screen, showing tags at the bottom of each post, etc.
  • Credit to llionkings for the sidebar gifs!

Please like or reblog if you use this theme!

All themes have been revamped!

If you have yet to install the newest version of your theme, feel free to do so now! New options have been added to every theme allowing for more customization, and when you re-install the theme you will not lose any customization previously added.

Also, another announcement I need to make is that I am retiring a number of my themes. They will still be available for download, but they will not receive any more updates or revamps in the future unless absolutely necessary. The themes I’m retiring are:

1 (The Cave), 2 (Pokeball), 3 (Marchin’ On), 4 (Paper Lanterns), 5 (Boxed In), 7 (The Fault, Dear Brutus), 9 (Kind, Smart, Important), 10 (Son, Just Don’t), 11 (Moon and Sun), and 12 (The Borrowers).

Once again, you can still install those themes and view the theme previews, but I will not update or revamp those themes in the future. This is simply because their code is outdated and hard to mass-update.