Museum – A Free WordPress Theme Focused on Images
Museum is a free WordPress theme with a stunning look and design. It is created by Mel Choyce and Kelly Dwan. You can check out their website rdrdr where there are currently two great themes to choose from. The above mentioned Museum and Flounder.
One reason for creating this theme was to ease the ability to showcase photographs, drawings, or illustrations in the best possible way. They succeeded very well.
Museum is one of the best minimalist themes I have seen. It comes with a clean and spacious design that making pictures and photos appear perfectly.
If you want to show and display your creative work, photos, art or other inspiring things, then Museum is a perfect choice of theme. Check out the demo.
The theme’s slogan and headline is:
Museum, an image-focused theme that makes your collections shine
And you have to agree with that, right?
Museum contains several great and useful features and options. It is responsive meaning the theme will adapt and scale to look just perfect in any devices. Your website will look great in small mobile phones, tables and into desktops. You’ve got it all covered.
It’s easy to create collections of image posts, add theme to the same category and show them off. You can create a link in individual attachment page that looks amazing. Check it out for yourself here.
The theme comes with something called social menus. There, you can create a menu with social support for many social networks such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Skype and many more. Read the documentation page first.
More features that come with the Museum theme is:
- Full responsive and adaptable design
- Easy social menus
- Great image management
- Jetpack enabled
- Plus much more ..
You can also check out Museum on Github if you’d like the LESS source files.
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