Anema is fully Responsive, Ratina-Ready Multipurpose WordPress Theme with touch support that features a clean design that is multipurpose theme which is suitable for a wide variety of websites. This theme made for designers, photographers, illustrators, video producers , architects and other who need an easy, attractive and effective way to share their work with clients. Tons of customization are possible with is theme that’ll help you redefine your websites brand value. This theme is universal so it can be used for any site.
Fast & reliable
What can I say. I choosed this template. Very nice work.
Gorgeous, clean, and professional yet creative theme. Terrific rapid support. Really #love webRedox!
In order to respond to the author's response below, i'm making a new review. this review is 1 star because the response to the last one was a lie.
The design is fabulous and so is the support. I had an issue with the menus and the contact form not showing up, but thats resolved quite fast actually.
Would recommend this author very strongly.
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Great support, fast respons and good communication!!!
Very nice design and great theme overall!!! Recommended!
Theme is beautiful, and customization is extensive. The theme would get 5 stars if those were the only criteria.
However, documentation is minimal, and doesn't go much beyond re-stating the options available.
In particular, the location of the graphics for the following are all undocumented and in different, hard-to-find places:
a) the rotating images under the main screen
b) individual menu items
c) section headings
Worst of all, despite advertising multiple different styles ("One Page Full Width", "Classic One Page", etc.), there appears to be no simple way to change between these various styles (other than generic templates for "One Page" and "Multi-Page" setups).
Specifically, the One-Page layout defaults to a "Full width" style which looks awful, and which doesn't match what you see when you are composing individual sections. I've had to fix this with the ugly hack of adding "container" as a custom class for all full width elements on every page.
Last, six months of support is not enough for an end-user who is building a site in available time (i.e. the kind of user who is most likely to need support). And, to top it off support is limited to "e-mail me", which means there is no online record of other people who have solved similar problems, and the author seems to go out of their way not to post solutions publicly. To me, that smells of a forced up-sell (but, sorry, they won't support customization or installation issues).
Other, less beautiful themes have much better online support (including online forums that are searchable, and which let you go back in time and review the issues that you had to solve when you first built the site).