Clean, Responsive, Functional
The three major components of modern web design. In the age of letting your content “speak for itself”, the Style Mag WordPress theme utilizes plenty of white space to ensure that your content is the most important part of your website. “If you build it they will come” can certainly be applied to magazine-style websites that are constantly pushing out new content. Having a template that is easy to navigate and lets backend users create content easily (the biggest draw to using WordPress for your CMS) is important if you’re trying to compete within your niche from a content perspective. The agility that comes with using WordPress can’t be emphasized enough.
Features of the StyleMag WordPress Theme
WooCommerce – Ready – although this theme doesn’t have the outward appearance of an eCommerce store it’s still nice to have to ability to add in products if need be. I can see this scenario unfolding if you’re website frequently review products and happens to review their own once in awhile.
Google Font Integration – Cufon fonts are rising in popularity because it enables designers to create SEO-friendly websites and landing pages. In the past designers simply used pictures for interactive and navigational elements. Font-replacement ensures a crawl-able website.
Full Google Maps Integration – Important if geography plays a roll in your website/marketing efforts. This theme out-of-the-box plays nicely with the Google Maps API. You shouldn’t have any problems using the provided widgets and shortcodes to display these elements.
Who We Recommend StyleMag To
Anyone who BLOGS A LOT. This theme is meant for serious publishers and news organizations that pump out a lot of content. The responsive design is also nice and a must these days for anyone targeting people on their mobile devices.