We’ve just released our newest theme and we’re super excited about it (and we think you will be too)! It’s also our first theme we are selling on ThemeForest.
Structura is a responsive multi-purpose concrete5 theme with lots of features that is great for creative, portfolio, and corporate sites. Structura was built with Foundation 4 (the most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world) and has a clean and modern design which means your site will look great in any browser or device.
- Built with Foundation 4
- Fully Responsive
- 16 Custom Page Types / Layouts
- Over 20 Customizable Elements/Styles via Theme Customization Panel
- Premium Slider
- Portfolio Functionality
- Custom Block for creating Testimonials
- Multiple Custom Templates for Page List, Content, and Autonav blocks
- Three different layouts for Blog section
- CSS3 Transitions
- Font Awesome Icon Fonts
- PrettyPhoto Lightbox Integration
- Uses Google WebFont
- Easily create Alert Boxes and Callout Panels
- Pricing Tables
We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Packt Publishing and are organizing a give away especially for you. All you need to do is just comment below the post to win a free copy of Creating Concrete5 Themes. Three lucky winners stand a chance to win a print copy of the book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Ones.
Overview of Creating Concrete5 Themes
- Get to grips with the concrete5 architecture
- Learn how to create a concrete5 theme
- Discover how to make a theme responsive to improve it for small devices
Read more about this book and download a free Sample Chapter:
- 3 winners will be selected by Packt & c5mix.com.
- Earliest reply/post will be given preference.
- Contest open till April 17,2013, so hurry up.
ViewPort is a magazine style theme that will allow you to run your own online magazine, news, or editorial based site. ViewPort features a mobile-friendly, responsive design that will look good on any device or browser and is built with HTML5 and CSS3. ViewPort was originally designed by the amazing Orman Clark of PremiumPixels.com!
Check out ViewPort now!
I just release another update to Slate that fixes a couple of bugs in IE. Below are the release notes:
1.2 – 12/02/2011 – Fixed bug with logo not displaying in IE8. Fixed z-index bug with main nav dropdowns in IE (dropdowns were behind some elements). Moved jQuery function for image hover opacity from superfish.js to functions.js.
I just released a new version of Slate (1.1) with a few fixes. Here are the full release notes:
1.1 – 11/26/2011 – Fixed issue with Breadcrumbs not showing all pages in trail. Removed page-meta div from blog_entry.php and pb_post.php and incorporated it in the pagemeta.php file. Updated ProBlog page type (pb_post.php) with newest trackback area. Added style for layouts in mobile.css file – made it so layout columns go to 100% width when viewed in mobile browser.
I’m extremely excited to announce we just released our newest theme – Slate. Slate is an HTML5 theme with a clean, minimal, responsive, and mobile-friendly grid design. It has lots of features, including four different styles/skins, 16 different page types/layouts, drop down navigation, and four custom page list templates. Slate is meant to be a great base/starting point for any design and is easily customizable.
Check out Slate now and see all the features!
A new version of the Featured Content Slider was just released with a minor update. See release notes below:
1.0.4 – Fixed CSS issue with rounded border on top corner of list items caused by newest version of jQuery included with concrete5.4.2.
Just released a new version of Clearview with a couple of minor changes:
1.5.1 – Made ‘back to top’ arrow only show up once user has scrolled down. Fixed positioning of Show/Hide button when logged in as editor (when concrete5 toolbar is at top).
Yesterday, I released a new version of Luminosity. Here are the updates:
1.4 – Made it so sub nav in left/right sidebar page types are styled correctly by default and sub nav custom template doesn’t have to be picked
I just released updates to five of our themes