Responsive WordPress Themes for Artists

The WordPress Themes for Artists are RESPONSIVE!

david-iph5-vThis is a screenshot of the David theme on an iPhone. It looks equally as good on iPad, Tablets and Smartphones.

Responsive means that your website’s content will shift to fit the size of the window.  Images will also reduce to fit; everything will reduce to fit. BUT the text is still readable, actually it’s easier to read on a responsive theme because you don’t have to scroll sideways.

Once the theme gets small enough the menu collapses into a button drop down on all the David themes.

FEATURE IMAGE

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Note the image at the top of this page. It’s a jpeg and it’s called a feature image. All the David themes take advantage of the WordPress featured image, making it a header image of sorts for each page or post.
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HEADER OPTIONS

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There are a number of options to work with to get your site the perfect header. Included in the theme is a source file for Photoshop that you can use to create a header image with text.

SHOWCASE TEMPLATE

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The showcase template is a page template that comes package with all David themes. It can be applied to any page and shows all that page’s content followed by a list of your most recent blog posts.

The showcase template makes a great home page to feature the content of your site.

BLOG

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One of the greatest features of WordPress is that you can use it as a blog – a website and a blog combined – or simply just a website (no blog).  Visit the preview site to see how the blog and website can be separated or combined with a simple menu item called blog.

WIDGET AREAS

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There are three widget areas on all David Themes. Two sidebar areas and one full width footer area. The page sidebar widgets appear only on your pages. When people click-through to your blog the widgets that you add to the blog sidebar will appear. The footer widget appears on both pages and posts.

Other Includes

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  1. Featured Thumbnail Image for blog excerpts
  2. Custom Background
  3. Custom Header
  4. Two page templates
  5. Social media menu
  6. CSS for qTranslate widget (plugin req’d – free plugin from WordPress.org)
  7. Change fonts and font colors. 

Test Drive all the David themes live with more theme information and features. There’s also a theme changer so you can see and interact with all the themes.

 

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