Single User License
Intended for personal purposes usage only: at home, on personal websites, for educational purposes etc.
Although I've created some magazine or newspaper styled themes, I am not quite sure how those themes fit the usual blogger: can a daily poster compete with huge online resources like the NY Times?
So what is then the big deal for those online magazine styled themes for WordPress? Especially those "premium" themes with the paid attribute? Is it a hype? What is it good for?
Paying between $ 49 and $ 299 USD for a magazine layout, then to stick with it for one year?
Sell your products online, Complete online store and shopping cart, Pages for shipping, terms, privacy, etc.
SEO ready development, Professional look and feel, Professional design and functionality
Themes and their functions will help and let you upload multiple images at once for the products you sell.
All themes support widget allocation almost anywhere, but not limited to the sidebar.
Customers can easily compare the general overview and price of the products.
Your customers want to see high-detailed pictures of your product when making purchase decisions.
Custom profile fields. Visibility levels. Common field types.
Manage account settings. Email notifications. Email and Password.
Extensible user groups. Allow your users to create micro-communities.
Get notified. Smart read/unread. Fully integrated.
Friendship connections. It's always about who you know!
Private conversations, with several members at one time.
The theme includes a responsive tablet & mobile design, so anyone can see your site any time, any place, on any device.