Premium WordPress Theme – Company

Published On September 10, 2010
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I am glad to introduce a new Premium WordPress Theme into our collection called “Company”.

This theme is fit for anyone who is running a corporate, business or any kind of professional website/blog. This is a feature packed WordPress theme that comes with integrated theme options, so you don’t have to touch a single line of code to manage things. “Company” comes with three color schemes that will suit most of the corporate websites. Here is a list of all the features included with this theme :-

  • 3 Corporate Schemes – Blue, Green and Black
  • Automated Slideshow
  • Integrated Twitter Posts
  • WordPress 3.0 Menu Ready
  • Separate Home Page Template
  • Image/Text Logo Option
  • Social Bookmarking Bar
  • Diverse Theme Options
  • Gravatars Support
  • WordPress Gallery Ready
  • Full post-sales support

Company is a WordPress 3.0+ ready theme and is compatible with all the latest Web Browsers. As usual, this theme is also priced at a reasonable $49.99.

Here is a screen shot of the Theme Options Page in case anyone is interested to check out the options.

31 replies on “Premium WordPress Theme – Company”

I like this design, very simple, useful and they are a easy start-up for devoloping a new website, for a business company. The price are not too high, if we think at the time to develop also a simple web design for a nw website. Good Work!

Ive been absent for some time, but now I remember why I used to love this site. Thank you, I will try and check back more often. How frequently you update your web site?

You have done such an amazing job on this series. I envy your sewing skills and your patience and your diligence. If anyone ever asks me how to sew, I’m sending them to your blog and this series. Congratulations on such an extensive, well thought out and clearly presented set of tutorials

You really make it seem so easy with your presentation however I find this topic to be really something that I think I would never understand. It kind of feels too complex and extremely vast for me. I’m taking a look forward on your next put up, I will attempt to get the grasp of it!

Looks like you are aiming at the 3 column layout fairly heavy. Is there a reason behind that? I sometimes feel like the 3 col is too busy. But every time I try to do with 2, I run out space. Just wondering what your design experience would say on the topic…

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