For as they are now complete templates see that should improve a little more this theme
Good theme. Looking forward to seeing future versions.
I am really annoied with this theme. I need to see it properly on the mobile.
1. If you open http://www.ricettedelcuore.it on a mobile you see nothing. At least I would like to show the latest posts.
2. So, now, you have to click on "full website" and then you see a quite good homepage.
Can anybody help me with point 1? Or, as alternative, I would like to see immedialty the full website versione!
I use the Oxygen theme for calorie-count.us. I like the minimalistic design of the theme. It's good for content-loaded sites. The theme is very easy to set up.
The look of this site is very slick. For myself, design is what's most important. The site works well, and I have had no issues yet (knock on wood) with upgrades to plugins, WordPress itself, or the theme. I have dealt with other themes that are more easily customized - but if you're not afraid of CSS, then this theme shouldn't give you much grief. Just be sure to use a child theme.
Very NIce Template work...
Nice structured ...
I have been using this theme for around six months now and I haven't had any issues. The featured slider and primary posts took a little 'min re-engineering' when I first installed it but since then I have had no breaks (touch wood!)
For anyone wanting a fairly simple theme with a nice featured homepage and a smooth backend i'd strongly consider Oxygen!
I've been working with Oxygen for the past few months, building a fairly complex website for a church. It took a little digging to figure out the homepage slider and how it works w/ the posts, and some trial and error to figure out some other details -- but I am a WordPress newbie (this was my fifth or sixth site), so more experienced developers might find it a cakewalk.
Anyway, I do love the theme. Using custom menus and the catlist plug-in makes it even more flexible. I've had little or no need to dive into the css or php files. I've found everything to work "as advertised," and wouldn't hesitate to use this theme again in the future.