I've just started uploading a new bundle of 50 (count 'em, fifty!) new content styles for the Virtualmin Professional WYSIWYG website editor. The package is named virtualmin-styles-oswd, and the styles are the 50 most popular templates from Open Source Web Design (oswd.org) converted for use in the editor. The templates are free, and so are the content styles, though I believe some have attribution requirements (check the individual styles for more specific licensing details, if you plan to remove the designer's links from the pages; you can remove our links without giving it any thought, though).
I found a guy who does a great, and fast, job of picking out templates and converting them, so we will be doing a new release of templates every month for the next couple of months, at least, if folks find this work useful.
I know that most of our harder core users are using CMS systems like Drupal or blogging software like Wordpress for their sites, and so this isn't a huge deal, but for the low tech users this is just what the doctor ordered.
Please let us know if you'd like to see us continue to invest time and effort in this particular area of Virtualmin. It's been my theory for a while now that the reason we don't hear a lot about the editor is because there aren't a lot of styles to choose from...so it is of limited utility. But, I have noticed that about 25% of the in-use systems I log in to have at least one site with a site built using the editor, so it is getting used, even if only for place holder sites. Anyway, while this isn't taking a lot of time away from other development, since it is a third party contractor, it is taking some time and development resources, so I don't want to continue if it's not useful for folks.
Anyway, we know the style selector needs some more work, and this new explosion of new styles make the limitations more obvious. If we find that folks are installing this bundle at a reasonable clip and folks like it, we'll come up with a nice new AJAX slider selector of some sort.
As always, if you run into any problems, let us know in the tracker.