Today saw the release of a new theme by myself called “Classique” over at my theme site, ThemeFurnace. Classique has a more traditional and elegant feel to it than most of my other themes – I wanted to design something with a little more class that could be used for photographers, people wishing to showcase their arts and crafts, for designer products and anything else that requires a subtle and refined website.
Classique will cost $49 or the developer club is $99 which includes access to all 16 of my themes but as usual I am holding a 50% off special for the next 7 days.
- Purchase Classique for $24.5
- Join the developer club for $49.5
- Use Coupon code: CLASSIQUESPECIAL
About The Theme
The Classique theme is a clean and elegant WordPress theme which makes use of whitespace and typographical elements to showcase work and message in a clear, concise manner.
Classique is designed to be minimal with lots of white space to let the design elements breath. The homepage has a slider, portfolio and blog area with a neat and tidy footer. The homepage messages are simply placed with text widgets within the admin area.
I have built-in support for the theme customizer so you can edit the background and accent colors.
The theme also incorporates a traditional blog section which you can use to let your visitors know about your latest news or for general blogging purposes.
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We have also included custom post types for a staff section with jQuery filter and a portfolio section with jQuery filter.
As always the slider and theme are responsive which means it will fit any size screen without making it awkward to use so people can browse on mobiles, desktops and tablet devices.
As with every other ThemeFurnace theme, you get the TF Panel for theme options so you can control the Typography and other general options.
I’m pleased with how Classique turned out – I have been wanting to create a more elegant design for a little while so this was fun to work on. I think it could be used for a few purposes so it will be interesting to see how people use it out in the wild.