5 WooThemes for magnificent online magazines

Photo credit;  Enokson on Flickr

Photo credit; Enokson on Flickr

Your online publication deserves the best presentation. Whether it’s hard hitting news, fashion follies or a daily delicious dishes, here are five WooThemes for online magazines, blogs and publications sure to get eyes on your site.

1. Currents

Currents is a fully responsive, content focused and news driven theme for WordPress designed by Andy Rutledge with a simple yet sexy design.

Features:

The design will scale to fit on all browser widths/resolutions and on all mobile devices.

A custom homepage featured post slider to showcase your noteworthy news content, all powered by the fully responsive FlexSlider, which makes it usable on mobile devices.

Deliver your site content to visitors through the Recent News area on your homepage, Featured Category areas on homepage and archives, and Related News on your single post page.

Comes with a custom author page template and custom author widget.

2. Gazette Edition

Gazette Edition is a sophisticated-looking theme with a trendy featured scroller. The clean, white layout with professionally designed content areas are perfect for users that like to run a community newspaper website or a product showcase.

Features:

A custom JQuery based featured slider on the homepage
An optional video player module for the home page
Multiple homepage layouts, which give you the option of giving your site more of a magazine or blog feel.
4 colour schemes to choose from

3. Editorial

Editorial is a magazine theme which gives you complete control over your post layouts. Each post can be styled uniquely with 1, 2 or 3 column layouts. A featured slider, customizable header space, and AJAX powered category posts module allows for your content to be the core focus of your website.

Features:

The homepage consists of a featured slider, category based news tabber, and more latest news items, along with widgetized regions in the sidebar and footer.

The featured post slider highlights noteworthy posts on your site. It can be setup to have specific slide effects per slide, and the excerpt can be uniquely positioned.

4. Delicious Magazine

Don’t let the name mislead you, the Delicious Magazine theme, although great for food blogs and websites, is versatile enough to be used for a variety of purposes. It includes a big featured area that captivates the user with large images, and also a sub featured spotlight area that makes your homepage look like more than a blog.

Features:

The new featured post panel shows three posts you want to highlight on your site. It can be setup to have a slide or fade transition and also auto-rotate.

You can customize all the typography in this theme, and there is full support for Google Fonts in the font selector.

Below the featured area is a spotlight section where you can show off more important posts in addition to those in the featured area. You also have an option to show your latest posts in a two-column layout on the homepage.

5. Spectrum

Spectrum is a visually rich magazine theme for content rich sites that allows owners to showcase beautiful imagery. It’s packed with 7 widgetized regions and lots of custom Woo widgets, like a video player, Flickr and Twitter streams, to customize huge amounts of the theme on the fly.

Features:

Custom home page layout with the above mentioned featured scroller, recent blog posts and older blog posts, along with 7 widgetized zones

A custom home page featured area to showcase your noteworthy blog posts. The slider is tag based so can include posts across numerous categories.

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