What site are you working on next? If you’re starting an online magazine in the arts and culture space, then you may want to use our aptly named – Arts & Culture – theme.
We’ve been going back and forth on various features and the end result is a sleek, responsive theme loaded with options. The real driver behind this theme was to offer a magazine that was on par with the big sites across the web in both style and features.
It’s built for creative and image-heavy sites with content in the following areas:
It was inspired by several forum users’ requests, as well as some of the top sites on the web. We looked into what works and what doesn’t. That gave us a long list of must-have features to bake into the theme. These include the following:
No matter the screen size – laptop, tablet, or mobile phone – your site will look great.
You’re not going to find this in every theme. Arts & Culture comes equipped with multiple post templates. You can decide exactly what layout a post should have. Here are examples of post layouts:
If you’ve used our previous newspaper themes, then you’re already familiar with category templates. With Arts & Culture, you can choose from 6 category templates. Don’t let the standard list of archives bore your visitors – mix it up and get a truly dynamic website:
Have high expectations? Since we already packed this theme with post templates and category templates, it’s only fitting to include a handful of page templates. Check them out on the demo.
I could go on and on about all the features, but this would become a long and wordy post. So let me just reinforce that we considered all the little details that you won’t find in other themes. These include the following:
Learn more about this awesome theme. It’s not just for the artsy-types, but all creatives who want to showcase their content in a professional online magazine.