Welcome to the online demo for Subtlety-WordPress-theme.
Some of the features of the premium theme include a responsive layout so your content displays well on a range of devices from phones and tablets to high definition PC’s. 30 color schemes, fluid and fixed width layouts, movable side column, carousel-slider in the header and carousel-sliders in the content of any page or post. Sliders have a range of options including content types (pages or posts), variable word limit, sort orders and the amount of slider pages. The main menu has options for displaying as a solid menu or tabs (in varying colors based on the selected color scheme). Fonts can be independently customized using standard fonts and/or Google fonts. The title can use a custom logo with or without the text title and a host of other options to make the theme highly customizable with just a few clicks of your mouse. All customizations are performed from the customize page which provides a real-time preview. There’s also over 30 high quality default photographic images (by Graham Bourke) for the theme header and custom color options for the theme backgrounds and title text (on top of the built in color schemes).
If you would like to contact the photographer (Graham Bourke) for premium stock photography or specific requests, please direct inquiries to myself (Tim Gall) and I will be happy to put you in contact with him. Graham has a huge stock photography collection; this theme only showcases a very small amount of his work.
NOTE: This website is currently populated with example test data designed for testing WordPress themes and plugins. Its not meant to be informative since its primary use is for testing, demonstration and to simulate a busy WordPress website as well as to showcase some of the features of this website theme.
Use this static Page to test the Theme’s handling of the Front Page template file.
This is the Front Page content. Use this static Page to test the Front Page output of the Theme. The Theme should properly handle both Blog Posts Index as Front Page and static Page as Front Page.
If the site is set to display the Blog Posts Index as the Front Page, then this text should not be visible. If the site is set to display a static Page as the Front Page, then this text may or may not be visible. If the Theme does not include a front-page.php template file, then this text should appear on the Front Page when set to display a static Page. If the Theme does include a front-page.php template file, then this text may or may not appear.