I tried many themes before I found this one and it is the best so far for displaying images and image galleries along with a blog. All the features that are important are included. And the creator supports his theme better than any other I tried, by a large margin.
Great portfolio theme for all kind of artists....
Devin's video tutorial and theme are epicly helpful, and he was responsive (just like his theme) when I asked him an individual question on Twitter. Beautiful portfolio theme. 5 stars!
Good documentation. Thanks!
Had most everything I needed to get my portfolio online. I installed the blueimp lightbox plugin to get my images to enlarge then act as a slideshow. Minimal overriding of styles and theme templates. Most pain-free WordPress experience so far.
My starting theme: very useful!
I've been looking for an easy to use and modify grid-portfolio theme. Premium themes of this kind tend to be over built and break easily.
I'm just getting started, but so far it's beautifully assembled with a powerful CMS.
My only reason for giving 4 stars instead of 5 is that I seem to have hit a snag in getting a slider to work in the portfolio view. However, that is most likely my inability to make the necessary customizations. Still working at it.
Thanks for a great theme!
Very simple and easy to use. There are not many customizations, but they are the ones you need to create a simple but well done portfolio site. Definitely recommend. Really like how it is responsive across devices for free!
just started using it so still got stuff to discover,but it is all good so far. video support tutorial helped a LOT! thanks!
If you are serious about making a good looking personal website, this is the theme to use! Very easy, very customizable, very solid. Highly recommended!
I've gotten really comfortable and confident with this theme. It is compatible with all the plugins I like. It doesn't have a lot of crap code, as far as what little I know about code... really simple and clean. menu and responsive elements work good. I'd suggest adding a few css id's to the style sheet because some of the page elements are named things that might not be intuitive to the layman. Like the footer is not named footer and the header is not named header, etc. you gotta check the php files for those id names. I've used this theme on a few of my sites so far, and no problems. works well with Q2W3 Fixed Widget for the side bar and with Easy Fancybox.
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