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4 Reviews

  1. <path_to_url> Brad Kesselman

    Did you notice different sidebars on different pages? With that option i can have right content at right place, I will be gutted if i was forced to display same sidebars on all pages. I must say the small but important things were taken cared of nicely in this theme.

  2. <path_to_url> Coleman Akey

    Yes, different sidebars on different pages is sensible. But did you notice this comment form below? It lets me enter my comment first and then the formalities like asking my name, email address, etc comes. It sound like a small thing but see how it affects the psyche of your readers who uses that form to post a comment.

    • <path_to_url> Shawn Milliner

      The sidebar of this theme is so prominent that it is the best place to show advertisement banners, if you plan to monetize your blog with different advertisement banners, this WordPress theme you should go for.

  3. <path_to_url> Kari Immel

    This seems like a cool looking WordPress theme for starting a personal blog, the focus is on the content and i am loving the typography of the blog. Readability is what bloggers look for and in my opinion this theme is a perfect match.


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