WPCLOUD One Page WordPress Theme
‘WPCLOUD’ is a new One Page WordPress Theme suited for modern digital agencies after a slick presence in a Singe Page. This robust theme by Ozy Yilmaz features quite a few premium goodies bundled in the purchase – a few include the popular drag & drop Visual Composer ($30), the smart Slider Revolution ($19) and the Essential Grid WP plugin ($22). Other noteworthy features are the choice from 600+ Google Fonts, over 1300 Icon Fonts, video background options and the theme is Translation Ready. What I’m most impressed with is how the theme really fills a big screen well. Overall this theme’s design is definitely above average and based on it’s current 5 star rating, support is top notch too. Good work this from Ozy Yilmaz.
WPCLOUD is a One Page style design WordPress Theme suited for creative designers, photographers, bloggers, product or service landing pages and individuals. The theme is fully responsive and with a nice parallax effect. Easy to setup and it comes with wide color customization, extended typography settings, Typekit support and fully customizable sections. Created with Beautiful design and creative look, bring WPCLOUD Theme to be good to look at, clear with readable texts, easy on the eyes, nicely balanced. It includes several layouts styles to perfectly showcase your work, shown in the two different demos. Further, the absolutely awesome and new premium Essential Grid plugin is included which takes portfolio creation to a new level. WPCLOUD is totally customizable within minutes, as it also includes the premium and well known Visual Composer Page Builder. We care about simplicity and usability, we are users just like you. WPCLOUD comes with intuitive, easy to use theme options panel. Free updates and support for our customers is matter of course. You are welcome to ask for assistance or just say hello. We would love to hear from you!
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- Credits: Ozy Yilmaz
- Built using: WordPress
- Reviewed: 5 Nov 2014 by Rob Hope