Without wasting a bunch of time, let’s look at some of the demo sites provided with this theme, called Maxazine. Masonry grids, magazines of all kinds, even blogs and creative sites. Maxazine does it all.
Oh wow, I love a theme with a ton of demos. That’s what Maxazine is all about.
More? Be still my beating heart.
Okay, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty. This theme is called Maxazine, like a portmanteau of maximum and magazine. Or Zinedin Zidane and Omnimax. I really don’t know which is true. I think it’s (A) though.
No matter which it is, this theme is hot. Sure, it’s been out for over a year now, it’s still going strong though. Maxazine is responsive, built for any sort of news you want to throw at it, it’s beautiful and simple, yet packs enough features to keep even the busies blogger happy with the results.
Customize your site, your way with tons of flexible design layouts, scads of customizer options and more.
Sports, Pinterest style posts, business news, politics, world events, the world of high fashion or high tech, travel magazines and more. Every kind of breaking news, or old news for that matter, will look amazing with this bold, user-friendly template.
Now, let’s get to the blog setup. It’s awesome too, made to be very simple to use and a breeze to customize. Visual Composer and one click installation, those things are becoming pretty commonplace these days, but it’s always good to see them in a theme like Maxazine.
You’ve got sticky headers, WooCommerce support to transform Maxazine into a store to sell products like a boss.
Multiple post layouts are not just possible, they’re likely. I think you’re really going to love the flexibility offered from post to post and from page to page. I know I love that kind of freedom.
Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.
So, how about this Maxazine theme? Useful or no? Let us know in the comments and we’ll be back with more great WordPress themes shortly.
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