Superawesome is multi-purpose onepage MODX theme, clean and modern landing page designed for app or product showcase.
Responsive. Fluid – built with Bootstrap 3 framework which includes a responsive, mobile-first fluid grid system that appropriately scales up to 12 columns as the device or viewport size increases.
Robust admin panel – options from A to Z. Customize every detail without knowing how to code!
Custom layout – theme with extensive design options, the place to stay when you want it your way. Full control over content, use full width or split layout for every feature and select the number of gallery and testimonial items per row for different devices and screen sizes.
Easy to setup – set fonts, colors, backgrounds, effects and more in few clicks or use default values. Non experienced users will find Superawesome very easy to use as all options inside manager are commented.
Well documented – beside comments that are inside manager, documentation is extended and goes into details. We have explained how to edit or create every element, step by step. All packed in one nice document that comes with download.
Top-notch support and free lifetime updates – We have forum for buyers where you can report issues, find answers and get latest updates. If you have pre-sale questions you can always contact us via form on our ThemeForest profile.
Free photos and mock-ups – source to free photos used in demo + many more and 500+ PSD mock-ups is included with download.
Contact form – working contact form.
Responsive videos – embed YouTube and Vimeo videos on site and watch them on any device.
Google fonts – all fonts as option in admin panel. You can use any in two clicks.
HTML5 & CSS3 – valid code, latest technologies, always up-to-date. Compatible with latest desktop and mobile browsers down to IE8.
No bugs – Superawesome is tested on different devices, browsers and operating systems. If you find one, the beer is on us.
Custom requests – if you would like to see custom element or have a suggestion… we know to listen.
Did you know – that as of July 2013 20% of pageviews are coming from mobile devices? That’s a pretty big number, and it’s set to increase further, yet mobile usability is usually a second thought. That is going to have to change in a world where mobile devices are the norm.
The mobile-first web – in 2015 there will be an estimated 2 billion smartphone users. Be prepared.