Blinc is a Responsive (full) HTML5 with some CSS3 spice. It’s full featured with the Content Composer to create professional pages in minutes, filterable portfolio and much more. Whether you are a WordPress elite or just a beginner, you’ll have no problems at all working with Blinc.
Blinc is Responsive up to mobile. Your visitors with a mobile or tablet will get an optimized version for their device. Optimized for iPhone, iPad and all other common mobile devices.
HTML5 & CSS3
We’ve put much effort in this theme to make it future proof. The theme is build in HTML5 with a spice of CSS3 to offer you a theme which is ready to go for many more years.
Background per page
Every page it’s own look with background uploader per page. Imagine what different looks you can create with this feature.
Search Engine Optimization
For us it was a priority, when building Blinc, to get the best results in search engines when using this theme. The content block is placed before the sidebar so the content crawled first by search engines. Also we’ve improved the heading (H1, H2, H3, etc) hierarchy in the content and sidebar. So your most important titles are most important to search engines as well.
Theme key features
- Responsive Layout
- Full HTML5 with a CSS3 spice.
- Content Composer v2 (Drag&Drop Content manager) Take a look
- Template system (Save, load, import and export Page Templates to re-use on other pages/themes)
- A nice image slider with loading bar
- Filterable portfolio
- Accent color picker (red-ish color in demo)
- Background per page
- Unlimited font options (Choose between 170 fonts for 13 different elements around the theme)
- Portfolio, Staff & Testimonial Custom post types
- Custom sidebar per page or post
- Powerful unbranded theme options panel
- Localized and translation ready (.po and .mo files included)
- Demo content included
- Cross Browser Compatible
- PSD File included
- Extensive Documentation Included
- Nested comments
- WordPress 3 Menu support
Theme UpdatesInitial release – v1.0 / Jan 8th 2012
SupportSince July 1st 2012 support for all of our themes are made through the WPScientist Support Forums. If you’d like to start a new thread there, our support staff will respond to you as soon as possible. All support questions which are made through this comments section, e-mail, Twitter or any other service will be redirected to the support forums.