With the release of Directory we decided it was time to lay out a roadmap for the future of our Club membership. Many of these changes actually affect only new Club members, but more about that below.
Club pricing changes
The monthly fee has been increased to $19 for all new members. The starting fee however will stay the same at $299. Considering developer packages can go as high as $199 we are confident that Club membership is more than worth despite the price increase. After all, you’re getting the developer package for all 50+ themes.
What about existing members?
The above price change does not affect existing members with an active license. In case you Read More »
A little over a week ago we released Directory, the biggest theme in our long (for Internet standards) 5 year history. Inside the release blog post we mentioned a discount for existing GeoPlaces owners. Want to know more about it? Read on…
A number of features implemented into Directory were actually inspired by your suggestions for GeoPlaces so we decided it would be fair to provide a discount for all of you who want to move over to the new theme. The discount is basically 40% off Directory. With the discount the standard license is available for just $60! Read More »
Out of the blue, here we come with our most exciting product yet!
After months and months of work, team Templatic is excited to introduce Directory – the only directory solution you will ever need. Over the years, we have released some unique themes for different niches, and we started this unique concept of themes that help you create a money making site, also allowing your visitors to submit content on your site. Thanks to you, these ideas were well received and rewarded.
Directory is not just an awesome product, it’s an awesome product with a future! As time goes by we plan on making this theme the go-to product at Templatic and focus as many resources to it as possible. If you are a website owner looking to create a directory site these days, you are definitely in luck. Read More »
ShowStopper is our latest responsive multi purpose theme designed to help you showcase your company, product or service. Because of the included “Portfolio” post type, ShowStopper is also great for designers and photographers; basically anyone trying to showcase their work. The theme is pretty similar to recently released Landing Page, but comes with a different look and a few other changes.
Landing Page is a flat design WordPress theme… a first for us at Templatic. It’s a multi purpose theme with a responsive design meaning it’s bound to look good on any device. We believe it’s just the type of theme we were missing so far, hopefully you guys will feel the same. Even though the theme seems fairly simple at first glance, there is actually more to it than it meets the eye. So, let’s get started.
“What’s going on?” You might be wondering… After a very productive july we kinda slowed down with theme releases. Something must be cooking? It sure is…
You see, we are working on this ambitious project for over 2 months now. September was supposed to be the month of release but you know how development goes sometimes; software gods aren’t happy if you don’t postpone at least once. That said, we still have some stuff to be released this month. When it comes to upcoming WordPress themes, one is coming up next week and other one will be released the week after. So, let’s take a closer look at these themes.
In this article, we will be covering a few basic tips and simple steps to help achieve better results with SEO for WordPress Sites. The guidelines are intended to be used in conjunction with some of the previous Top 10 SEO Tips article and several other basic rules which will be covered in the coming articles.
Before we jump to some of the technical steps of how to optimize a WordPress website, let’s first set our sights on the target. We shall assume you are Read More »
Support is extremely important to us here at Templatic. So important in fact that almost 50% of all of us at Templatic work on helping you get the most out of the purchased product. With that in mind, have you ever wondered exactly how is theme support provided? If yes, this blog post is for you.
In the next few paragraphs I’ll outline the tools and techniques I myself and most of us at Templatic use to help you guys. Hopefully some of tips shared here will help you while troubleshooting issues in the future.
My approach (to a problem not reported before)
Checking the theme and WordPress version – when you encounter a problem and notice that the WordPress/theme version you’re using isn’t exactly new, update. Even if it doesn’t Read More »
Specialist v1 was a relatively simple WordPress business theme known for it’s serious and professional design. Well, the new version looks pretty much the same but comes with A LOT more capabilities. The most requested one was making the theme responsive. I’m happy to confirm that Specialist v2 is completely mobile-friendly! The responsiveness is just the beginning; Specialist v2 is based on the second generation of Supreme – our core framework and the muscle behind recent themes such as OnePager or 5Star.
Essentially, Page Links To is a plugin that lets you link pages and posts to an external URL instead of opening the actual page or post. Imagine a fresh WordPress install where on the homepage “Hello World” post isn’t linked to the actual post but to an outside source such as wordpress.org. Best thing about Page Links To is the fact it works with custom post types which are pretty common in Templatic themes. Places, Events, Properties are just some of the post types you’ll find in our themes.
To get started with the plugin head over to Plugins -> Add New and search for Page Links To. Once installed, a new section will appear at the bottom of your Add Post / Add Page back-end pages. That is the place where you overwrite the original URL.