Posts Tagged ‘javascript scroller


Coda is an elegant and feature-rich magazine template with a neat home page js scroller, and an otherwise completely widget based home page design. With a custom styled Twitter module, a “Share this” module and a “Like this” popularity-based post feature this theme will surely woo you. A custom home page featured area to showcase specific posts, all powered by jQuery. The Coda home page is completely widget based with loads of great custom widgets for placement. A beautiful archive template visualized according to dates. There is also a Tag Archives template unique to this theme. Custom Woo Widgets for use in the sidebar and in the widgetized footer: Flickr, Ads, Twitter, Featured Media and Latest/Popular Post accordion. You also get 10 beautiful, alternate styles to choose from and options to set your own background color or upload a background image.

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The Diarise theme showcases your company or organisation’s events in a neat home page tabber, along with past events, or featured posts in a slick scroller. Easily add events straight to your calendar application and link your events to booking forms. The possibilities are limitless for churches, event organizing companies, sports clubs, schools, etc. The theme has a custom home page event calendar to showcase your upcoming events in a neat tabber, navigated by month or event sequence. Buttons to add the calendar directly to your Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook or Apple iCal, and a button to link to your booking form for the event if applicable. There is a Featured Posts Scroller that could either be used to showcase highlights of past events, or notable blog posts. This Js scroller is tag and can be set to automatically scroll through slides. The Diarise home page can be set to show the Event Calendar, Featured Posts Scroller, Blog Section and Widgetized Footer or any combination of these. Modules can easily be disabled via the theme options. There are 9 Custom Woo Widgets for use in the widgetized sidebar and footer: Customer Feedback, Twitter, Recent Blog Posts, Featured Media, Blog Information, Ads & Search to name some of them. And you also get 8 different color schemes to choose from, and it is easily possible to change color of links and buttons in options panel.

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Daily Edition is a clean, spacious newspaper/magazine theme designed by Liam McKay. With loads of home page modules to enable/disable and a unique javascript-based featured scroller and video player the theme oozes sophistication. The theme has a neat javascript home page featured slider, with thumbnail previews of previous/next slides on hover over the dots. You get a “talking points” home page that can display posts according to tags, in order of most commented to least commented. A great way to highlight posts gathering dust in the archives and a customizable home page layout with options to specify how many full width blog posts and how many “box” posts you would like to display. As well as a javascript home page video player with thumbnail hover effect and 16 delicious color schemes to choose from. 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 back-end theme options panel. The theme is compatible with all the modern web browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer. There is an image resizer script built into the theme framework to automatically scales your post images for pixel perfect display in our templates. No need to upload new cropped images when re-designing your website. It 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 the theme templates.

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