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    IT’s MINE…ALL MINE…and YOU CAN’T HAVE IT! I was hoping that nobody else would find this theme, but it’s too late now…the cat’s out of the bag. This WordPress Theme fits my needs perfectly, and with it I was hoping to be unique throughout the entire planet. Now I’m not going to be, and I’m depressed.

    This is a great theme, way ahead of most others if you have an interest in your website’s display on Mobile Devices down to 320 pixels. It does an excellent job of displaying navigational menus in drop-down format so they don’t take up too much space on an Android, iPhone or any other Smartphone with a (320 x 480) display. The theme is based upon the Hybrid Core framework which provides 9 features, all of which are used in this theme. What’s not to like? To see how I have used it, click here, then go to my About page and read it.

    If it was up to me I wouldn’t let anybody else download or use this Theme because I’m extremely selfish, and wanted to hog it for myself. My loss….your gain.

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  • Hi,
    Although I have not used it yet. From all my research this appears to be an outstanding effort with many detailed pages.
    I’ll likely try to stick the meteor responsive slider FREE.
    another thing I like is the background imaging permitting page differentiation.

    Hi Again,
    I installed this template and it is simply incredible.


    If you haven’t yet, check out the theme developer’s website:

    Fanwood has been updated to version number

    And here is the changelog for that version.

    Slider plugins are available here: DevPress Plugins

    Hope these links help.

    hehe, I just started using Fanwood and I must admit it’s impressive. Very clean and responsive layout.

    I’m trying to place the Login/Register links from the toolbar under the header.

    Anyone knows how to achieve this?

    Also, I may be pushing my luck, but is there a way it can be dynamic and acknowledge when a user is logged in and logged out? hence displaying Login or Logout accordinggly?

    Thanks for any help!

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