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Reaction Responsive WordPress Theme


Reaction premium WordPress theme is a responsive template featuring rugged, bold styling.

Reaction Responsive WordPress Theme

Reaction premium WordPress theme is a Responsive WordPress Template (try resizing your browser), and a great choice for 2012 WordPress Themes. This means that it wil flex to fit massive screens, itty bitty iPhone screens, and everything in between! Touch gestures even work on the slider — awesome! Check out the features below and the live demo at the end of the post to see what all Reaction premium theme has to offer your next web project.

  • Fully responsive design and theme options manager
  • 20 bonus HTML template files
  • The Super Skeleton UI Kit (exclusive PSD freebie)
  • 3 minimal skins and 2 font stacks to start with
  • Individual skinnable PSD files for all major UI elements
  • Organized CSS files, including easy to use media-query sections
  • Filterable portfolio/gallery section
  • Non-Obtrusive JavaScript
  • The basics: lightbox, image overlay effects, CSS3 (coded to work or degrade gracefully on old browsers), form elements, brandable footer, et cetera
  • Extensive documentation

Price: $35

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  1. Bernie Byrne says:

    ReAction….

    I’m in the process of using a new web designer who will use my new WordPress template to re-create my site. I’m new at this and I’ve looked at a lot of themes but, likely due to being very new at this, I don’t know the lingo very well. Does ReAction have the ability to use: 1-4 columns at will; unlimited colors as background or just the ‘skins’ colors; my own Menu names…Thanks for your help….Bernie

    • Admin says:

      I would tentatively say yes since most present themes support columns that you can set on a page-by-page or sitewide basis – but your best bet would be to take this up with your web designer directly. Alternatively you can post a comment on the theme’s thread at ThemeForest and the author can help with any pre-sales type questions you may have.

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