Simplicity for WordPress



Simplicity: a professional, understated, elegant WordPress theme.

Simplicity for Wordpress lives up to its name. The simple and elegant design makes it a perfect business, corporate, or lawyer WordPress theme. With unlimited colors and jQuery enhancements, Simplicity can easily be altered to suit any business without distracting from your brand. Preview Simplicity.

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Product Description

Simplicity – in this WordPress theme’s case, its name matches its design philosophy. The minimalist design highlights your branding without distracting from it, and its look can easily be altered to suit your needs. You can even add and customize a Welcome message if you like, and the support of unlimited colors and CSS3 progressive enhancement make it flexible enough to accommodate any business type from private consultants to public corporations. It is flexible enough to be the ideal portfolio for artists, photographers, musicians, and other performers.

Main features of Simplicity for WordPress:

Customize Simplicity

      • Unlimited color schemes support: You can choose any color for almost everything on the template.
      • Comprehensive Admin Panel
      • CSS3 progressive enhancement
      • jQuery enhanced
      • Video-ready lightbox on Portfolio page
      • Text highlighting
      • Ability to add or remove dropshadows
      • Unique jQuery sliding portfolio
      • 7 Page Format Options:
        • Archives
        • Contact (with Google maps)
        • Contact (with sidebar)
        • Full width page
        • Page with sidebar
        • Portfolio
        • Home Page

Optimize Simplicity

  • Optional welcome message
  • Optional Twitter feed on home page
  • Ability to add a “Learn More” button and/or a text box to the home page header
  • Ability to add Google Analytics code
  • Ability to add Google Maps to the contact page
  • Documentation included

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