Revija – Blog/Magazine WordPress Theme

All features:

Multipurpose design;
Responsive and retina-geared up format;
Preloader and appealing css animation;
move-browser compatibility (IE9+);
search engine optimization optimized;
One-click installation;
Multi-language and RTL supported;
legitimate HTML5 code;
based totally on Bootstrap 3;
visible Composer (store $34);
powerful theme settings panel;
Drop-down and Mega primary Menu (save $15);
Boxed and extensive layouts;
critiques system (store $25);
6 predefined variations of Homepage layout;
unlimited headers;
limitless footers;
limitless colorations & 640+ fonts;
Slider Revolution (keep $19);
Layer slider (save $18);
lots of marketing areas;
8 variants of class web page;
Buddypress integration;
bbPress integration;
nine layouts of blog post page;
15 Portfolio pages;
6 layouts of Portfolio post page;
Shortcodes (banners, carousels, tabs, toggles, accordion, excursion segment, buttons, fees, tables, alert containers, lists, paperwork, development bar, pricing tables, drop caps, social icons, and many others);



Typography and Columns pages;
Google fonts;
Icon fonts;
Login popup;
WooCommerce ready;
shopping cart popup;
Cloud zoom amd lightbox popup for the product photo;
search popup;
MailChimp integration;
Social Counters (shop $17);
Yoast search engine optimization plugin with Google rich Snippets;
Cookie control popup;
weather Forecast;
contact form 7;
contact enabled sliders and carousels;
63 absolutely-layered & well-organized PSD files;
precise documentation with video;
brilliant assist and lose updates

Pamela W. Holloway

Hipster-friendly zombie fan. Writer. Internet specialist. Bacon maven. Pop culture practitioner. Spent 2002-2010 developing strategies for saliva in the aftermarket. At the moment I'm supervising the production of mosquito repellent in Africa. Was quite successful at lecturing about acne in Cuba. At the moment I'm working with wieners in the aftermarket. A real dynamo when it comes to implementing Yugos in the UK. Spent 2001-2005 donating wooden trains in Pensacola, FL.

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