Posts Tagged ‘book theme

Chapters was originally designed by uber-designer, Tim van Damme, and was used to to promote the book “Rockstar Business”. It is a perfect match for anyone wanting a unique design for their blog, and also a perfect way to promote a book. The unique design of Chapters makes reading a blog post feel like you are reading a chapter in a book. The theme provides a nice dropdown which provides an index over your blog posts/chapters. The top post/chapter list provides easy overview of the number of chapters and also a visual bookmark of the current post. Navigating between blog posts/chapters is easy with the navigation. You can customize the general typography, and there is full support for Google Fonts in the font selector. The theme has 4 widgetized areas in the footer, and 2 widgetized sidebar, and as always comes with custom Woo Widgets (Ad Space, Blog Author, WooTabs, Search, Flickr and Twitter). The theme includes 10 alternative color styles which you can preview in the demo, and also has styling options for background color/image and setting link color.

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Bookclub is a child theme for Listings offering the ability to showcase a directory of books that you as a book publisher, bookworm, affiliate advertiser or book club will benefit from. The themes offers a featured books carousel, and custom book author archive pages packaged in a clean and crisp layout. This theme is dependent on the Listings theme, meaning it cannot function without Listings also being installed on your WordPress website! The homepage contains a unique carousel, recent book listings, book category modules, and widgetized footer areas. All are optional and can be setup in the options panel. The featured book carousel can be set up in the theme options where you specify what tag to pull posts from. Those posts are then pulled into this neat, visual javascript slider. Thanks to the content builder you can add custom fields to taxonomies. This means you can add an image and biography to an author, with the author being a taxonomy/category. When you view the taxonomy archive you’ll then see this additional content. Once you activate the Bookclub theme a “Books” custom post type is created, with taxonomies for authors, publishers and genres, as well as a few custom fields for the book listings. When adding a book in your WordPress backend you have the option to add a book cover image, an affiliate link to a site where they can purchase the book and another field for the price of the book.

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