March 13, 2012

Sentence – A New Premium Responsive Blog and Portfolio Theme for WordPress

Sentence - A New Premium Responsive Blog and Portfolio Theme for WordPress

Sentence is a responsive Blog and Portfolio Theme. It is meant to suite users who want to run a professional or personal blog and in addition to that want to showcase their work on a neat portfolio site. Sentence comes with the following set of features:

Sentence Theme Features:

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  • Translation ready with mo/po files.
  • Responsive designs that addapts to smaller devices (iphone, ipad).
  • Responsive Slideshow that is optimized for mobile devices (hardware accelerated CSS3 slider).
  • Post Format Support: Standard, Gallery, Link, Quote, Image, Video.
  • Multiple Slideshows possible. You can add one to each post, page or portfolio entry.
  • Plus much more…


You can download Sentence for $35 from ThemeForest Sentence

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