Duet is a sophisticated two-column theme tailored for writers, journalists, and business bloggers. We’ve included a set of meticulously crafted and refined options, allowing you to effortlessly customize your theme.
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Features and specifications
- Built with HTML5 and CSS3
- Optimized for Retina displays for crisp viewing on all screens
- Responsive layout looks great on all mobile devices
- Add your own logo image and hide or show your tagline
- Featured slider for showcasing important posts
- Choose from several beautiful web fonts
- Three gorgeous color schemes (orange, green, blue)
- Hide or show the author name on posts
- Hide or show categories on posts
- Hide or show tags on posts
- Customize your sticky post text
- Quickly disable or enable your sidebar
- Beautiful handcrafted social icons (RSS, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Google+) make it super easy for your readers to stay connected
- Custom copyright notice
- Archives – Helpful overview of your website activity
- Sitemap – Makes it easy for visitors to quickly see all your pages
- Full width – Remove the sidebar and the columns
- Full-width two column – Remove the sidebar and put more focus on your content
- Two column – A standard two column post
- Image – Show off and share your photos
- Gallery – A collection of photos featuring a built in slideshow
- Video – Share videos from YouTube and Vimeo
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We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, we will be glad to issue a full refund within 30 days.
I started my site mostly out of pressure from my husband, Joel. Now, it is a blog with no real theme, per se, other than talking about whatever strikes my fancy.
The Theme Foundry has been great to work with. I am just learning how to code so I very much appreciate the user forums and the detailed instructions on how to use all the features in the theme. If I tried to create this level of a site on my own, I would have given my husband several heart attacks already – kinda like the one time I was working server side on my static site and accidentally deleted his site. That was fun.