August 7, 2012

Eunoia – A New Responsive Portfolio Premium WordPress Theme

Eunoia - A New Responsive Portfolio Premium WordPress Theme

Eunoia is a new premium Theme from ThemeForest. Eunoia is a bold and responsive theme that is suited for business websites and users who want to showcase their work on a neat portfolio site. It comes bundled with the following set of features:

Eunoia Theme Features:

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  • Translation ready with mo/po files (Already comes with english ,french, german, spanish and romanian language files)
  • Responsive designs that adapts to smaller devices
  • Deactivate responsive features with one click in your backend
  • Responsive Slideshow that is optimized for mobile devices (hardware accelerated CSS3 slider)
  • Post Format Support: Standard, Image, Video, Gallery, Link, Quote
  • 14 predefined skins, easy to edit and modify. Any number of skins possible
  • Plus much more…

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You can download Eunoia for $50 from ThemesForest Eunoia

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