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Good luck with sales guys.

Great work, good luck with sales!

Peter Zickler..

Thanks guys :)

this is one of the best simple blog layouts I’ve seen in quiet a while. Very good job really!

Is their an easy way to move the side bar to the other side (theme option). Or do I have to modify the code?

themeskingdom

Hello,

Unfortunately there is no such option within admin section

i have the same question/request as korik. how easy will it be to move the sidebar to the the right side.

otherwise, i absolutely love the theme!

themeskingdom

Hello,

Unfortunately there is no such option within admin section

Curious if your framework is something developed in-house or if you’re using something like Foundation or Twitter Bootstrap?

themeskingdom

Hello,

We don’t use external frameforks, our themes are completely developed in-house. Thanks for your question.

Wow beautiful theme… any chance this could be responsive soon? :)

themeskingdom

Thanks for you comment, we are not considering making this theme responsive any time soon.

Hi is there an option for a 3 column footer?

themeskingdom

Hello,

Inkland theme can’t have widgets in footer, you can only add them to sidebars.

Wow, looking good Sinisa

Hello,

The Inkland theme has been great for us! Thanks for developing it.

We’d like a LinkedIn share icon to display at the bottom of each post. We’ve entered the LinkedIn URL into the settings, but it only displays in the lower-left corner of the site.

Is there a way to have that display?

http://jamboapps.com/blog/smartphones-user-base-reaches-1-billionnow-what/

Thanks!

themeskingdom

Hello,

LinkedIn share button is not included with this theme, to enable it you will need to install additional plugin or implement it directly in to theme with a help of a developer.

It seems like the Twitter widget broke with the newest Twitter API update. Is there any fix for this?

themeskingdom

Hello,

Please make sure that you have created Twitter API keys. Twitter widget can not work without Twitter API keys. In June 2013 Twitter has changed their API structure, so now all users should have their own API keys.

If you continue to experience issues, please create official support ticket, and we will take a look at this issue.

Support for all Themes Kingdom themes is handled through the Themes Kingdom support system, if you’d like to open a new ticket over there and Themes Kingdom support team will take a look at your issue :)

To register support account please follow these easy steps:

Find your ThemeForest purchase code/licence key

Create an FREE Account

Theme support is offered to verified customers by support system only.

Thank you.


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