Aperture WordPress Theme

Aperture is a multi-functional photo blogging premium WordPress theme from WooThemes. A theme originally designed for photographers, it’s really a multi-function WordPress theme that is flexible enough to be used for just about any type of website including a news/magazine site, portfolio for products, business, or a visually rich personal/professional blog. The theme features a slick home page slider box, 12 different colour schemes, lots of widgetized areas and a integrated theme options panel to tweak the layout, design etc to easily customise the theme to suit your needs.

aperture wordpress theme

Features

  • Home page slider displaying latest posts
  • Home page visual category boxes with javascript hover effects
  • Attractive category archive template with images with javacript hover effects
  • Dedicated blog category template and home page module
  • 6 widgetized areas (4 footer modules and 2 sidebar modules)
  • 7 custom widgets
  • 12 great colour schemes to suit your site identity
  • Integrated Theme Options (for WordPress) to tweak the layout, colour scheme etc. for the theme
  • Automatic Image Resizer, which is used to dynamically create the thumbnails for the blog posts on the home page
  • Threaded Comments for WP 2.7
  • Drop-down menu’s for main navigation
  • Custom Page Templates for Archives & Sitemap
  • Full width page layout option
  • Built-in Gravatar Support for Comments

Price:
Single Use: $70
Developer: $150

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Woo Themes have an excellent selection of high quality WordPress themes covering a wide variety of niches including: business, CMS, magazine/news, portfolio, photo lifestream, multimedia, personal and professional blog designs.

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Comments

  1. says

    My brother in law is a wedding photographer with a pretty crappy looking website. I’ll let him know that I stumbled across this theme, it looks like it would be perfect for him.

    Shane

  2. Alan Beckett says

    “a multi-function WordPress theme that is flexible enough to be used for just about any type of website…”

    I really think flexibility, along with a professional look can make all the difference. I’ve been on the lookout for something that’ll help some of my websites look like they were actually made in the 21st Century =P

    Honestly, I’m not good with web design, but I don’t know for sure yet whether making the change to some sort of blogging platform and using a professional-looking theme would be the right thing to do. I guess it depends on what the website is about. What do you think?

    – Alan

    P.S. Mind if I drop in a shameless plug? I’m the webmaster of a little site that provides information on where to obtain vital records in the US, called Vital Record Resources. Just an example of my amazing design skills(!) =)

  3. Harry says

    Theme should please any website owner’s taste for a good looking page. Though I think it’s a bit pricey, its features are just as worth the price.

    Harry Parker
    O’Fallon, MS