- Fixed IE 7 error
- Fixed last menu item background
Austerity is a clean, minimal , stylish theme with features oriented for content presentation, which makes it best suitable for company, product or service presentation, personal or media agency. It comes with a lot of shortcodes 2 different main page styles and 8 different page templates. It has 8 widget areas powered by 7 different widgets. The main page has 2 styles with the possibility to display the main page with 2 different slideshows. The styling possibilities are endless and it gives you the possibility that for every page template you can insert custom headline in the header of the page making the presentation more appealing.
- 2 home page variations
- Slideshow with normal navigation
- Slideshow with thumbnails navigation
- 8 page templates (2 portfolio layouts, blog, news, contact, wide page, services, team)
- 7 custom widgets
- Austerity Recent posts – Displays most recent posts with thumb
- Austerity Popular posts – Displays popular posts with thumb
- Austerity Twitter widget– Displays your Twitter updates. Can display up to 10 updates.
- Austerity Testimonials Widget – Displays your testimonials, having the option to insert client name and website.
- Austerity Flickr – Displays your Flickr images.
- Austerity Follow us – Displays your social links. This can be configured through “Misc” tab, in the theme options
- Austerity Text&Image widget – Text widget with possibility to attach an image and link
- Posibillity to insert page headline and description
- Loots of shortcodes
- Built in contact form
- Multiple layout arrangements
- Posibillity to create multiple: portfolio/blog/news pages/services/team
- Elements styled
- Psd files
- Works in all common browsers (except IE6 – of course)
- Extensive documentation
- Rich theme options
- Extreamly easy to setup
- WP 3.0 ready
- 1/2 columns theme
- 960 pixels wide
- Guwashi (http://www.flickr.com/photos/guwashi999/)
- Adam Selwood (http://www.flickr.com/photos/adselwood/)
PS: For image resize the theme uses timthumb function.