Up until recently I was using the Platform theme for WordPress. It allows a lot of customization, but I liked the simple white look of the theme pretty much stock.
Unfortunately, it has some bad code in it. PHP still renders it, but every time the site was accessed it would fill up my error logs with warnings. “PHP Warning: Creating default object from empty value” over and over. Google searches for how to turn these error messages off usually landed me on pages advising people to fix the code rather than mask the error.
Well, I don’t want to go searching for bugs in Platform’s code, so I switched to another customizable theme called Vortex and tweaked it to look pretty much the same. I took the opportunity to change the header font a little, but otherwise it’s pretty similar. Did you notice the difference?