The Loook theme is a fresh take on a WordPress magazine. With the innovative ‘tile system’ it mainly focuses on photo-centric content, and therefore serves the current trend defined by Pinterest and Polyvore.
Besides the beautifuly polished and clean appearence, it also has a few very unique and exclusive features.
This theme can be used for any kind of blog, magazine or portfolio site. The theme options offer a wide range of customization possibilities, the style can go from a sophisticated portfolio, to a cheerful handycrafts blog.
- Unique tile system with many compositions to select from
- Extensive theme options, everything is styleable over the interface, easy to customize
- Unlimited color and background options
- Creates re-colored versions of icons and layout images automatically (no need to fire up Photoshop)
- Dynamic stylesheet generated from theme options
- Modular front page with categories and tile groups
- Many individual settings for every single post or static page
- Streched or boxed layout
- Navigation centered or at the top
- Smart picture resizing, define the direction of cropping for each image (no Timthumb)
- Dynamic sidebars inside tile system
- Full width slider
- Super easy video integration, just copy paste links from Youtube, Vimeo, Flickr, Hulu…
- Fully responsive
- SEO friendly
- Sample data included
- Translation ready
- Custom language switcher for WPML
- Tested and verified by the WPML team
The fotos shown in the demo are not included in the download. If you’d like to use them in your project, please purchase them here
Version 3.0 - Added functionality to change meta-box default values in theme options panel - Fixed issue in breadcrumb script with child categories missing separator Version 2.9 - Added responsive background picture option - Updated meta-box script Version 2.8 - Fixed empty top posts bug, when category name consists of multiple words - Added new icons for info-menu Version 2.7 - Minor bug fix, number of slides couldn't be set lower than 4 Version 2.6 - Small bugfix in archive pages - Discontinued dependency on File-Un-Attach Plugin (WP 3.5) Version 2.5 - Fixed small CSS issues - Fixed archive pages menu issue Version 2.4 - Flexible menu position per page Version 2.3 - Fixed slider width 942 px - Updated theme options panel - Included import/export function for theme options Version 2.2 - Bugfix Meta-Box script Version 2.1 - August 11th, 2012 - Cleaned out shortcodes from teasers - Minor code improvements Version 2.0 - July 21th, 2012 - Fixed 'no cateogory' PHP warning - Fixed handling of .JPEG extensions - Minor CSS improvements Version 1.9 - June 30th, 2012 - Added primary category option - Added list headline lenght option - Minor CSS improvements Version 1.8 - June 14th, 2012 - Theme options compatibility with WordPress 3.4 - Minor improvement for sliders - Documentation update Version 1.7 - May 21st, 2012 - Minor bug fix in sidebar handling Version 1.6 - May 14th, 2012 - Improved picture handling - Added thumbnail refresh functionality - Added color option for headlines in single view - Minor CSS improvements Version 1.5 - May 7th, 2012 - Added more sidebars for ads - Added 'top posts from categories' functionality - Merged JS files for better performance - Fixed z-index bug in Chrome (videos) - Updated sample content - Updated documentation - Minor CSS and JS improvements Version 1.4 - April 30th, 2012 - Minor CSS improvements - Fixed carousel PHP notice in archive pages - Created separate archives.php template Version 1.3 - April 25th, 2012 - Added option for menu position in single post view - Fixed empty video slide issue - Enhanced documentation Version 1.2 - April 24th, 2012 - Fixed wp_nav_menu() theme locations - Fixed hidden admin bar Version 1.1 - April 22nd, 2012 - Added video support for sliders in single post view - Added video support for summary sliders on front page and archive pages Supported video providers: YouTube (public videos), Vimeo, DailyMotion, blip.tv, Flickr (both videos and images), Viddler, Hulu, Qik, Revision3, Scribd, Photobucket, PollDaddy, WordPress.tv (only VideoPress-type videos), SmugMug, FunnyOrDie.com