Nepal, 25 April 2015 was a day of sorrow. An earthquake took place and thousands of people were killed and injured. A day of devastation and grief that will never be forgotten. A tragedy beyond words.
Jai from Blog Oh! Blog has created and released a brand new free WordPress theme called NEPAL dedicated to victims of the Nepal earthquake that occurred on April 25, 2015.
We talked a few days ago and you know me! I wanted to take a closer look at the theme NEPAL.
NEPAL is a beautiful and wonderful theme with an elegant look and feel. The theme is built with Bootstrap, BxSlider, jQuery, FontAwesome making this a flexible and customizable theme. The design is responsive and adaptable meaning the theme will adjust to looking perfect in any devices from small mobile phones, tablets to wide desktop screens. Try to resize the window in the demo.
NEPAL can be used for various purposes and you can configure the home page through the theme options and the custom post sections. The theme features a dedicated home page and blog page section.
It doesn’t matter if you use NEPAL for website types such as aid organizations, fund raising, personal blog or other similar websites. You will get a beautiful designed and functional theme with a great look.
If you want to assign icons to your custom post type called ‘features’ you need to download Icon Meta Box plugin (download link here). Jai also included a sample XML data file in the theme zip file so you can import this and set up the theme for yourself. Features included in Nepal:
- Theme options
- Responsive and adaptable design
- Unique Home/Blog/Single layouts
- Parallax Sections
- Built with Bootstrap
- Blog page
Nepal is a colorful and wonderful free WordPress theme with a spacious layout and I promise you can create a great online presence with this theme.
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