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GPeece WP Theme

  • Topic started 4 years ago
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  • Latest reply from Len

  1. GPeece WordPress Theme:

    The GPeece Real Estate Theme, clean style for a real estate site with the brandnew GPeece WordPress Theme theme,
    featuring a two column fixed theme layout, spiced up version of the GPeece 3.17 WordPress Theme,
    enabled with pagenavi, frontpage slider, options panel, related posts and custom search engine.

    GPeece WP Theme Demo
    GPeece Release page
    Support

    Featured items:

    • jQuery powered frontpage slider
    • built in options page for full control over the frontpage settings
    • built in twitter status updates
    • built in drop down page menu
    • built in drop down category menu
    • built in related posts
    • fully widgetized
    • print css included
    • custom search engĂ­ne

    License: GPL

    GPeece

    Tested in Firefox 2.*/3.*, Flock, Opera 9.*, G Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer 7/8, working in every browser engine.

    Posted: 4 years #
  2. Very nice! This theme seems to be a slight departure from your past themes. Where many of your other themes have quite an artsy, almost abstract look, this one is a more traditional looking CMS theme.

    It could easily be adapted for featuring products/services other than real estate.

    One question. In both of the theme's options pages you have a strange "widget looking" thing to the right side of the page. What is that? (see image below)

    Posted: 4 years #
  3. Good catch Len, ty,
    will update the files today, forgot to include a call,
    and yes, it's suitable for any kind of products
    with some light changes.

    Posted: 4 years #
  4. JasonKeith
    Member

    Admin note: This post has been moderated. If you want to submit a theme please start a new thread. Also, be sure to read the Submission Guidelines prior to submitting a theme.

    Posted: 4 years #
  5. Ah, I see. Thanks for the reply milo317.

    Posted: 4 years #

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