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Responsive

259 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.7 out of 5 stars
5 stars
Good Basic theme
By , for WP 3.9.1

This is a good basic theme and it is my favorite. Lots of intuitive features and it is easy to teach non coders to manage the sites. The them has a lot of the things I like, such as built in grid, widgetized home page and documentation. The only drawback is the theme does not have any print styles, so I always have to add that to the child theme.

5 stars
Good looking
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the theme is good looking, recomended

5 stars
overwhelming theme - incredible for WP-Starters
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i have spend years over years in the PHP-Nuke, PostNuke, Joomla-world. and now i have seen WP which has a even fster and bigger developergroup. And who has dozens over dozens of theme and plugin developers.

I love this theme - it is very very powerful and flexible. i love the support.

plz keep up this geat work - it rocks

5 stars
Perfect for what I need
By , for WP 3.9.1

Love this theme. Had some issues with changing the header logo, but got around it with some edits on the back end. Otherwise, this theme is just what I need. Thanks!

3 stars
Front Menus are not showing in Mobile Device
By , for WP 3.9.1

The theme is good but Front home Menus are not showing in mobile device 320x640. please any one can tell me how it will be showing menus in mobile device.
Thanks

5 stars
WordPress Best Free theme
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Responsive is best theme ,its very easy to use.if any one need more free responsive themes then check the below link

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5 stars
Great theme
By , for WP 3.9.1

Great themes for starter

5 stars
Greate
By ,

Greate excelent theme. First wordpress theme.

3 stars
Theme simple
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It's a pretty simple issue

1 star
Responsive Theme and Support Have Gone Downhill
By , for WP 3.9.1

This theme went from top of the heap, to not so good in the blink of an eye.

They constantly change the way things work every other update, which sucks because it's usually on the PHP level. So if you're a child-theme maker, they've probably broken something. And what happens when you ask them about the changes? You're redirected to their crappy forums (seriously...who created that searching system?) to ask your question that may never get answered.

And then if you can walk (READ: not take off into the sunset) your way around PHP, you then find out that they've set some type of recursive PHP function traps somewhere within the functions. Ask them what they changed and they will say nothing, although clearly something has. And when you try to dive deeper into an answer, you're met with "...customizations are beyond the scope and resources of these support forums...".

They make it so you need to buy their pro support or the pro theme. Why not just get rid of the free theme and charge if you're not going to have any thorough documentation.

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