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March 20, 2012

Responsive – A New Free WordPress Theme

Responsive - A New Free WordPress Theme

Responsive is a new FREE WordPress theme. As you may expect, the theme is fully responsive which means that it adjusts itself according to the device it is being displayed on. Responsive was recently added to the official WordPress Theme Directory. The theme comes with the following set of features:

Responsive Theme Features:

Responsive - A New Free WordPress Theme Screenshot

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  • Responsive: Crafted with fluid proportion-based grid system
  • 9 widget areas
  • Theme Options to control the content, webaster tools, logo managament and social icons
  • Plus much more…

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You can download Responsive for Free from the WordPress Themes Directory Responsive

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