Responsive Mobile comes from a very successful theme
Responsive was a free theme originally designed by Emil Uzelac of ThemeID, back in 2012, and it has always been one of our Top WordPress Themes since it´s used by many sites. Responsive became very popular in a short time, so when Cyberchimps acquired ThemeID and the Responsive theme on February 26, 2013, Responsive had already reached 500,000 downloads.
Soon after it was released on WordPress.com and the Responsive Pro version was introduced, and then came the new Responsive II version.
Responsive II was developed over the original Responsive, with the following features:
- The same settings, widgets and page templates as the original Responsive.
- A new mobile first design and grid
- New HTML5 support
- A new lightweight framework (merging Responsive and _s)
- Compatibility with the Pro Features plugin
Premium features available
Cyberchimps offers also a plugin compatible with Responsive II, the Pro Features plugin, which allow you to include some premium features to the free theme. The Pro Features plugin lets you decide which of the following features you want to install and activate:
- Customize colors
- Change fonts using Google Fonts
- Select layouts
- Change the page width
- Add a favicon
- Control the meta data displayed on blog posts (author, date, etc.)
- Include support for Apple touch
- Include a featured image
- Include post format icons
- Add a custom 404.php page
- Make videos responsive
- Include a gallery lightbox
- Control the footer text, such as copyright and “powered by…”
Limited time deal
To celebrate the approval of Responsive Mobile (Responsive II) for the WordPress Themes Directory, Cyberchimps is offering until December 31st, 2014 a special discount code on the Pro Features plugin. Simply enter coupon code: “approved” prior to check out and get your copy of the Pro Features Plugin for only $14.99.
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