September 16, 2012

Medical Plus – A New Responsive Medical and Health WordPress Premium Theme

Medical Plus - A New Responsive Medical and Health WordPress Premium Theme

Medical Plus is a new premium Theme from ThemeForest. Medical Plus is a responsive medical and hospital tailored theme with specialized features such as appointment bookings. Medical Plus comes bundled with the following set of features:

Medical Plus Theme Features:

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  • .pot file for localization available
  • SEO Optimized
  • Unlimited Color
  • 6 Footer Layouts
  • 4 Blog styles
  • 450+ Fonts Available
  • Plus much more…

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You can download Medical Plus for $45 from ThemesForest Medical Plus

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