This theme works great on the latest version of wordpress.
The only suggestion I would make is the ability to customize the jumbotron for each page so each page has its own messaging.
Later I may simply remove the jumbotron and add sliders in its place. Luckily that seems easy enough to accomplish for an advanced front-end coder.
Compatible with all the major plugins I like to use and is truly responsive.
The CSS is written well and is easy to change if you already understand responsive CSS and have experience with wordpress.
Just replaced a premium theme with Ward after a hacking and I couldn't be more pleased. With a basic knowledge of CSS, everything in the theme can be tweaked and customized.
The Ui of this theme is perfect and so much good
It is an overall good theme but a few things to note:
- bootstrap is not included in full (glyphs are not there)
- the post featured image is not displayed in full page posts
- the theme has not been updated since jan 2014
- the author does not respond to all support requests
Is there an option to turn of the home-top section when viewing a page? it has to be called home-top for a reason, when your on the home page.
As far as the rest of the theme goes it's truly wonderful. It's easy to customize because it's so clean you can really change the look of the website quickly to match your own style.
I love this template.
Have you considered adding support for WooCommerce in the pro theme?
The popular Customizr theme is still based upon Bootstrap 2.3.2 (as far as I can tell). The developer for that theme looks like he may blend some of the components of both Bootstrap 2 and Bootstrap 3 together in his next version (but that would become a Bootstrap Hybrid).
WHY BOTHER, THIS THEME IS BASED SOLELY UPON BOOTSTRAP 3 ! ( I prefer it )
Why would you want to structure a new website on an older version of a ubiquitous front-end framework, when you can get the most up-to-date version right here and now. Now, If the developer for Customizr fully converts his theme to Bootstrap 3, my comments might become moot. But, I don't see that happening. I believe that Customizr's developer is too obligated to that older framework to make any major changes that might panic his current user base.
Another problem with Customizr is its lack of developer support for bbPress integration. The developer has basically ignored user requests on that topic for several months. I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO GET bbPRESS TO WORK ON THIS WARD THEME RIGHT NOW: http://shapeshifter3.com/forums/forum/like-or-not-like/. I might be wrong, but I think Bootstrap 3 is just more compatible with bbPress than Bootstrap 2 (Not sure why. I'm not a programmer).
At any rate; I'm not here to slam the Customizr Theme. I think that it is a great theme, and extremely popular. I just think that it has two downsides: it is still based upon Bootstrap 2, and it doesn't seem to integrate very well with bbPress.
So, try this theme instead! It is based upon Bootstrap 3, and seems to integrate fairly well with bbPress. Try it, you might like it! Here's what I've done with it so far:
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