Habitat - Blog and Portfolio Theme

Habitat - Blog and Portfolio Theme - Blog / Magazine WordPress

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Habitat is a Wordpress Theme that takes advantage of all the amazing new wordpress 3 features and is best suited for personal Blogs, small Magazines and Portfolio Websites. It has the ability to create unique skins right from your backend without the need to edit anything within your css files whith just a few mouse clicks and also offers the option to install content automatically when setting up the theme, so it will look like my theme preview!

That makes it super easy to customize everything, since you can take a look first how its done at the dummy posts and pages.

Key features of the template:
  • Automatic content installation for a fast and easy setup, can be activated optionally
  • Style switching with color picker and multiple layout and font options.
  • Multiple Featured Images for each post to generate individual Slideshows per Post, or the option to directly embed video content from youtube, vimeo, hulu and many many more
  • New WordPress3 Menu support
  • AviaSlider included!
  • Unique Portfolio Sorting/Filtering with a custom jQuery script (each entry supports multiple images or a video)
  • Dropdwon Menu, improved with jQuery
  • Cufon font replacement
  • Various custom widgets like twitter, sidebar news and advertising widget
  • jQuery 100% unobtrusive wich degrades gracefully if javascript is turned off
  • Sleek Image preloader
  • Working ajax/php contact form
  • PSD files included
  • Extensive Documentation Included

Support requests

Support for all my themes is available only at the support forum I’ve setup at my website:

http://www.kriesi.at/support

The reason I have choosen to use my own forum are quite simple:

Themeforest support threads are not searchable. Since most questions are asked over and over again a searchable forum will make it possible that you dont even need to wait for my response, because its already there.

Second Reason: people can’t respond to each other at themeforest to help each other out, while I am busy with other tasks.

Third Reason: it is very inconvenient for me to check multiple places if support requests where made (here at themeforest, my themeforest mail account, my websites mail account, facebook group, twitter etc) Therefore I decided to channel those requests at one place and make it available to everyone so all of you guys can benefit.

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