If you need a website design that does not completely overshadow your pictures, images, artwork, video clips or other posts, then you want a theme like Widescreen that allows your content to shine through, never taking a backseat to the site design.
This really is one of the simplest, most straightforward portfolio themes out there. Brought to you by Graph Paper Press, Widescreen is easy to use, easy to customize and it’s attractive to look at. Maybe not the most feature filled theme, it loads fast and the code isn’t bloated at all.
Widescreen, with it is simple and eye-catching feature posts, can really elevate your website to previously unknown levels too, which is always nice. Widescreen just gets the job done.
Without making itself the center of attention, Widescreen does everything in it is power to ensure your content is the thing people notice because the carefully crafted layout does everything right, without the extra details that some themes have. Instead, it is your website’s content which is the thing people take notice of. When you have big, impactful images to show, you don’t want to mess around with overshadowing that content, you want it to shine. You want people to really take notice.
That happens with Widescreen.
Create webpage templates, add a few widgets like text blocks, subscription forms, pictures and more. Widescreen is amazingly simple to customize, since every stylistic choice can be made in the Theme Customizer, which is completely integrated into the site. Want to use a different language than the default English? Well, you can always translate it into any language you want, which is handy if you’re not catering to an English speaking audience. You can even add background pictures and custom headers to make the site really look unique. That makes it straightforward to deliver a web site that feels, looks and acts just like you need it to.
Widescreen is a photography theme for WordPress that features multiple homepage layouts, including a fullscreen slideshow, a homepage video and featured posts. Ditch your old Flash website for improved SEO results and mobile compatibility.
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