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Forest – A Responsive WordPress Theme for Nature, Creature Website

Forest

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If you are looking for a theme to promote environment, ecology and greenery, then you need not look beyond the Forest theme. This was designed to promote businesses in the fishing charters, surfing, travel blogging and green energy spheres.

The Forest theme is a clean one and ideal for a Word Press blog. The designs are attractive and look nice with any content type. The many features enable you to create a blog that is visually pleasing. To start with, the responsive web design makes compatibility to devices like smart phones and tablets easy. The user gets to see the site in its full glory at one time. Custom menus and custom widgets enable quick personalization of the site without cluttering up the main content space.

The SMT Framework 2.0 used makes configuration of the site convenient for anybody not knowing a line of code. The Dynamic Content Loader loads up posts without needing any page reloading.

Sharing of content thanks to the proliferation of social media sites is considered very healthy by Google and other search engines. Readers should be able to share posts and like them without fuss. This theme has the social share bar to enable this and is also built such that appropriate sliders can be placed as per requirement.

Translation to a language of preference is possible using the page on the admin panel and since this theme is already SEO optimized, you will save time as well as effort in optimizing it. The Forest theme is compatible with current version of Word Press and users would not have to go through verifying captchas to keep it free from spam. Its antispam without captcha feature makes that possible.

Adding stuff and making the blog unique is also easy through the advanced editor options.

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