The goal with SPARTAN was to create a fully-loaded theme that would serve as the mobile and tablet home for any and all types of WordPress sites while also being a great stand-alone theme. With its color scheme suitable for all businesses, organizations, as well as personal sites, the theme allows your content to take center stage.
It’s the little things that we think are so great. Like the menu that goes beyond just listing a number of links in predetermined styles, allowing you to instead build and color a unique navigation system. Or the comment button also serving as a visual indicator; grayed out when comments for a given post are disabled, or shaking itself ever so gently to remind the user to read and leave comments when comments are enabled. Or the amount of customization available for shortcodes. It’s your call how deep you want to go.
We’ve linked to a great number of live examples to showcase these as well as other aspects of the theme, including how the blog index looks and behaves, how the theme handles comments, displays galleries, how you could set up a portfolio, all the different post formats etc. In the live preview, just bring down the menu by clicking/tapping the menu button on the upper left corner of your screen and browse away.
We sincerely hope you like what you see.
As folks who’ve already purchased Spartan can attest to, we take good care of our customers. In fact, we’ll take a step back here and let them do the talking:
As a part of the theme’s default functionality, SPARTAN can be installed on your iOS device as a web app. Upon arriving on your site, a handy prompt alerts your visitor to add the site to their Home Screen, meaning your site will be just a single tap away.
You can also add your own custom icons and splash screens that the web app will make use of, as can be seen by the included default images below:
UPDATE 1.5 - Addressed potential iOS 7 icon display issue UPDATE 1.4 - Updated main menu --- An opened menu with sub items is now closed as another is opened --- An opened menu with sub items can now be closed individually - Addressed possible WordPress 3.6 menu incompatibility UPDATE 1.3 - Added <strong>'install as web app'</strong> support on iOS (with install prompt, splash screens + icons!) --- Added documentation item on 'install as web app' UPDATE 1.2 - Spartan is now <strong>ready for translation!</strong> --- Documentation now includes guide on how to easily and quickly translate the theme. UPDATE 1.1 - Added widget support - Added an archive page - Fixed bug where secondary menu wouldn't display
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