• Fully Responsive
  • Unlimited colors options with color picker in backend
  • Built with Boostrap and retina ready
  • HTML5 and CSS3 tableless design.
  • Custom fonts with 600+ Google fonts
  • Visual shortcode generator
  • Unlimited sidebar.
  • A lot of widget elements
  • Easily adding Google analytics, logo, favicon, social links …
  • Works in all major browsers: Internet Explorer (IE 8+), Firefox, Opera, Safari, Google Chrome
  • Theme Update Notifier.
  • Localization Support
  • Documentation included

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Daily Dish Pro Wordpress Theme for Food and Lifestyle Bloggers

Daily Dish Pro is the latest Genesis theme from Studiopress. It is great for food bloggers, lifestyle bloggers and even fashion bloggers. Here is a quick look at this simple but powerful premium WordPress theme from the Studiopress shop. For those who came in late – I wondered if the Genesis F…

WordPress sustainability

Matt Mullenweg, creator of WordPress, thinks we, who make money off the open source publishing platform, should contribute more. 5% of our time, actually.

It’s a big commitment, but I can’t think of a better long-term investment in the health of WordPress overall. I think it will look incredibly modest in hindsight. This ratio is probably the bare minimum for a sustainable ecosystem, avoiding the…

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Malmö vs. Olympiacos, 2014 UEFA Champions League: Team news and game preview

Olympiacos could find themselves at the top of Group A if they can defeat Malmö in Sweden. Olympiacos have to be feeling great as they enter their second group stage of this season’s Champions League against Malmö. The Greeks pulled off an upset of last season’s runner-up Atlético Madrid in their opener, and could find

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Why Authority Marketing Will Not Replace Reputation Management @EmpireAve #EaV #CustomerService

Why Authority #Marketing Will Not Replace Reputation Management @EmpireAve #EaV #CustomerService

To be an authority one must be honest, trusted, yet admit when mistakes are made.

Owning up to errors is part and parcel of being a trusted authority.  And the more major the error, the more work must be done to own up to it.

And that’s part of why I have named some of the current Admins/Brand Managers, Team Leaders & Leaders Team Bullshit.

Consumers can see it, smell it, and know when people in…

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