Theme Release: Clean Response, Free WordPress Theme

I just launched a new theme over at ThemeFurnace called “Clean Response” which is a multi-purpose theme with the choice of two homepages – use for business or as a regular blog / magazine style theme. Best of all, It’s Free!

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You can display a normal magazine / blog style layout on the homepage along with a slider, intro text or you can have a more business style homepage with features widgets (with icons).

The theme is responsive which means it looks just as good on a large desk top display, tablet screens and mobile phone screens. Try resizing the browser window to see this in effect (remove the frame first).

We have built in the brilliant Flex slider which is also responsive, on a desktop is controlled by mouse and on a mobile device can be controlled with swipe motions. Visit the site on your iPhone or iPad to test this out.

Theme Options Panel

We have a simple theme options panel which is unbranded and matches the WordPress interface.

General Options:

Slider Options:

Typography Options (Google Web Fonts Built-in):

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The theme is free to download as a single theme, or you can also join our developer club for $99 per year which includes access to all our current themes + all future themes.

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Oliver Dale is the founder of Kooc Media, An Internet Company based in Manchester, UK. I founded WPLift and ThemeFurnace, find out more on my Personal Blog. Thanks!

7 thoughts on “Theme Release: Clean Response, Free WordPress Theme

  1. Hi

    I have just downloaded the theme. I like it but it has some bug in blog template

    I also have a problem with WOW Slider. I have placed a short code in the post but the slides doesn’t appear. When I looked in the html code from the browser. I see a lot of tags instead of links to images

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