Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2009 11:59 Written by Jakub Baran Monday, 12 October 2009 11:59
Below you’ll find a list of Afterburner great features!
Dynamic Widths (Wrapper & Side Columns):
Active Image Count:
Search Engine Optimised Layout: the template structure places the main column before the left and right in the code, but visually in the middle, so that it is crawled first by Google, aiding your search engine optimisation efforts.
Faster Than WordPress Default Theme: the theme focuses on performance from techniques such as sprites – using a single image for all the images on the site which lowers HTTP requests – to a streamlined, optimised CSS and PHP structure and many other methods to make Afterburner lightning fast.
Light / Dark Variations: 8 distinct inbuilt style variations, Light and Dark, to maximise the possibilities when using the Afterburner theme. Controllable by settings page in admin dashboard.
Core Template Features
Below is a list of the core template features which pertain to this release.
- Incredibly fast WordPress Theme
A fast loading theme with low image size, count and overall HTTP requests.
- 8 Preset Styles – Light & Dark Variations
8 inbuilt style variations, assortment of both light and dark.
- Search Engine Optimised Layout
A structure catered to the needs of search engine optimisation with a main-left-right code layout.
- Suckerfish Menu
Inbuilt static CSS dropdown menu in the nav module position.
- Configuration Options
A series of parameters at Appearance → Afterburner Settings page in admin dashboard to cover both widths and styling.
- 14 Widget Positions
The template has 14 widget positions for all your needs.
- Content Typography
Subtly styling for common elements such as headers and read more buttons.
- Browser Compatibility
The theme is compatibility with all the major and modern browsers: FF 3.5, Safari 4, Opera 9.6, IE 6, 7, 8.
- W3C Compliance
Fully XHTML and CSS valid.