Right. Yeah, I’m not sure if Graphene is available at WordPress.com. For one, I’ve never used WordPress.com. Secondly, I would think Graphene is too advanced to be offered on their free-service websites. But, I could be wrong.
If you are paying for hosting, you should be able to create subdomains within your original website. Then, you can install Graphene (or any other theme) as much as you’d like.
So, if for example your website is http://www.fruit.com, you could always set up new sites using things like http://www.apples.fruit.com, http://www.bananas.fruit.com, and http://www.oranges.fruit.com.
Each subdomain can have it’s own install, style, look, feel, etc…
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