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Blender is a WordPress Portfolio Theme for both creative professionals and businesses. Literally limitless options, it is one of the best ways to grow a business online, this site will tell you more about it. Comes with several Sliders you can use for the Home Page, also Vimeo or Youtube Video, perfect for a Trailer or Demo Reel. Blender is perfect for both beginners with little or no coding experience and also developers. No matter what kind of website your creating Blender will showcase your business in the most creative, professional manner.
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- 11 Preset skins
- Portfolio with custom post types in admin – 2, 3 ,4 and 8 columns option
- Virtually unlimited Page Layouts
- Google Web Fonts
- Coin Slider
- Nivo Slider
- Piecemaker 2 3D Slider
- Video Intro
- Twitter Feed
- Massive Drop Down Menu System
- Google map
- A lot of shortcodes (including Blog, Sidebar,Social Icons, Video, Layouts, Buttons, Separators and and much more)
- Image effects plugin
- Social Icons option on posts / page
- DZS Contact Form with admin included
- Google Font Chooser
- Widgets included – twitter, recent custom posts, all sliders
Why should you use WordPress for your business
WordPress is open source – which basically means it’s free to use. Thousands of code writers, developers and all-around amazing people have contributed to its creation and evolution since WordPress launched in 2003. There’s a cost for WordPress typically when you hire a web company to create your own custom theme (look) and features for your website. Aside from the fact that WordPress is free, WordPress is awesome. It’s easy to use, super powerful and you can do just about anything with it.
WordPress is also intuitive and easy to use. It might seem a little daunting at first, because it’s not pretty looking like Shopify, and doesn’t spend millions of dollars on marketing and pretty pictures of business owners working 4 hours a week on a beach while their drop shipped doggie t-shirt store makes them millions, but, once you get beyond the initially sparsely designed interface, you’ll realise that WordPress is incredibly easy to use.