Aleph : A Premium WP Theme by gnrocks at ThemeForest

July 16, 2012

Premium Themes

Aleph is a completely ajaxed, animated, bold, interactive and responsive fullwidth WordPress theme that will suit all your needs, wether you are a freelancer, an agency or for any other use.

Features :

  • HTML and CSS valid code
  • Cross-Browser Optimized
  • Fully responsive on any screen size
  • Extensive use of CSS instead of images for speed optimization
  • Minified JS and CSS for speed optimization
  • Ready for translation
  • Powerful unbranded admin panel
  • Unlimited color variations
  • Unlimited typography variations
  • Ready for Google Fonts and Cufon (preloaded with over 30 Cufon fonts)
  • Visual shortcodes generator (over 40 shortcodes)
  • Custom admin log-in screen
  • Based on Twitter Bootstrap
  • Completely animated with CSS and jQuery
  • Completely ajaxed
  • OS X Lion style scrollbars for all browsers
  • 2 page templates : Blog (1,2,3,4 columns) and Portfolio (4,5,6,8 columns)
  • Custom height or responsive height for blog, archives and portfolios through the admin panel
  • Powerful metaboxes
  • Custom backgrounds (22 backgrounds included)
  • Integrated rating system (Like This feature)
  • Ajaxed live commenting system (direct comment for logged-in user or modal for non-logged-users)
  • Fullwidth live search panel
  • Fullwidth contact panel with styled maps and ajax contact form
  • For the portfolio and blog : Show/hide the filtering options, feed only from one category.
  • Display your work in a very original way with preset Macbook Pro, iMac, iPad, iPhone sliders or as image stack or video
  • 3 Views for the portfolio projects (top,left,right position of media) : That’s a total of 24 combinations for each project view
  • Extremely clean with a great visual hierarchy
  • Over 200 vector icons
  • Easily change the skin (colors and types) of your website through the admin panel

Price : $40/Regular Licence – $2000/Extended Licence
Live Demo : Aleph
Source : ThemeForest

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