Suit and Tie WordPress Business Theme From WooThemes

Suit & Tie from WooThemes is a stylish business theme by top designer, Bryan Veloso. The clean & trendy style inherit in the design will definitely keep your business up-to-date with current online trends, whilst the attractive homepage slider will be woo-ing most of your customers. Top that off with 13 diverse colour schemes and you’ve got your next business website design right here.

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Unique Features

These are some of the more unique features that you will find within the theme:

  • Integrated Woo Framework Backend;
  • Featured Slider section on the homepage to emphasise your most important messages;
  • Page-based homepage which enables you to control all of the content on the homepage;
  • Integrated Content & Sidebar Video Player (view screenshot);
  • 3 different widgetized sidebars;
  • Integrated Breadcrumbs, PageNavi and loads of different navigation spaces & options with regards to those navigation sections;
  • 2 Additional custom page templates (Archives & Sitemap);
  • 9 Custom Woo widgets (Flickr, Twitter, Search, Campaign Monitor, Feedburner, 125×125 Ads & Video Player, Recent Comments and Recent Posts); and
  • 13 great colour schemes to suit your site identity.

Standard Features

These features are probably just as special as the one’s above, but you’ll find these standard features within most of our wide range of themes:

  • Integrated Theme Options (for WordPress) to tweak the layout, colour scheme etc. for the theme (screenshot);
  • Automatic Image Resizer, which is used to dynamically create the thumbnails for the blog posts on the home page;
  • Threaded Comments for WP 2.7;
  • Trendy drop-down menu’s for your main navigation; and
  • Built-in Gravatar Support for Comments.

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Author: on July 4th, 2009

Category: Wordpress Themes

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  1. Phil says:

    Got some trouble with filling up the first (home) page.
    It’s not a page… it doesnt show a post. Dont think i should be editing the template…