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Warning: A lot of these themes are quite buggy! I made all of these between 2010 and 2014. As such, they do not reflect my current web design / front-end development abilities.
I also do not intend to develop these any further myself, but if you are so inclined, feel free to submit a pull request and I'll look it over.
Unless Tumblr changes dramatically from here on out, here's how to do it as of February 2017:
Some themes can also be installed from the Tumblr's official theme repository, as noted below.
Meant to format your posts in MLA style. Extreme (bad) skeuomorphism. I remember making this intentionally ugly. Also available on Tumblr's official theme repository.
Drab colors/background can be changed. Chat posts don't render very well in this one. Also available on Tumblr's official theme repository.
Chronologically first. Also available on Tumblr's official theme repository.
Tumblr's theme repository rejected this one because it didn't meet their "aesthetic standards." I still can't see what was so bad about it.
Most customizable of these themes; you can even pick a tag whose posts you want to hide from the output. Features (and in fact relies on) infinite scroll.
Background can be changed, among other things. Can be made less skeuomorphic. Also available on Tumblr's official theme repository.