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This personal portfolio theme by Ryan Downie was originally designed for his own personal use – fueled by his passion for Coffee, Red Bull and lunchtime pot of noodles according to his Twitter stream. It’s perfect for anyone wanting a bold design to show off their work. Deliver your message to your visitors with a bold Yanone Kaffesatz font and show of your latest portfolio item. Also includes your blog posts nicely and has a footer widget area. A portfolio page template to show off your work, which utilizies jQuery prettyPhoto script for added effect. Upload multiple images per portfolio item to show in a lightbox. The portfolio items are delivered through the all new Custom Post Type functionality in WordPress 3.0, so it is easier than ever to add new posts. The theme has 3 widgetized areas in the footer, and as always comes with custom Woo Widgets (Ad Space, Blog Author, Embed, WooTabs, Search, Flickr, Twitter). The theme includes 7 alternative color styles which you can preview in the demo. Making simple changes without editing code, like adding your own logo, changing to an alternate color style, adding Google Analytics code, couldn’t be easier with the theme’s backend options panel. The theme is tested to ensure it is compatible with all the modern web browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer. An image resizer script is built into the theme framework that automatically scales your post images for pixel perfect display in the template. No need to upload new cropped images when re-designing your website. It also comes packaged with a .po file for easy WordPress theme translations into your desired language – editing one neat little file without hunting down text in all our theme templates.

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This theme has been developed to cater for directory-based wordpress sites. For example, a guide to a city with shops, restaurants and other places of interest all archived in posts with geo-tags, custom content about the locations, and well presented in this killer theme designed by Sam Brown. The theme has a custom home page featured module that can be used as an about section for the site, so you can dedicate an image or a Google Map to this area. There is also a Google Maps integration for geo-tagging of posts, with a custom map panel for your blog post editor and map widgets for usage in the sidebar. The integration also pulls the location from the map and displays the physical address next to the map in the location details. You also get some custom woo widgets for use in the 6 widgetized zones – e.g. Twitter feeds, Popular post tabber, Adspace banners, and Flickr photo streams. There are also 6 alternate styles available for you to choose from in order to better fit your company/personality. These alternate styles are meant as a base for further more intricate styling details that you can add to the stylesheet.

For more details about the City Guide Premium WordPress Theme


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