Anima – a brand new WordPress theme is out now!

Anima is Cryout Creations’ latest WordPress theme and it has just about everything our previous themes have accustomed you to, plus a few extra perks.

It’s completely responsive, as you can see for yourselves in the demo, it’s multi-purpose (seriously, try and find a field or domain you couldn’t use Anima for), it has almost unlimited customization capabilities (varying from colour and typography options to layout and widths to socials and featured images), it has both wide and boxed layouts (which pretty much means it’s two themes in one), is search engine optimized using microformats as well as microdata (Google, and search engines in general, will love it), is translation ready and supports right-to-left languages.

Anima, being a true multi-purpose WordPress theme, also has two menus plus a mobile one, six dynamic widget areas, breadcrumbs, numbered pagination, back to top button, unlimited Google fonts, customizable meta information and excerpts. And everything can be enabled or disabled from the theme’s extensive customizer options.

There’s also the landing page, with an ultralight and easy to use slider, featured icon blocks, featured image boxes and text areas complete with parallax effects.

A nice little addition to the theme are the header titles accompanied by the post metas and breadcrumbs that appear over the header image. You can see how (awesome) it looks in the image below but for a better experience you should really check out the theme demo, especially since you’ll miss out on the nice animations if you’re just going to look at the pretty pictures.

And before showcasing some theme beauty, here are all the useful links for Anima – a WordPress theme full of heart:


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The landing page in its full glory
Anima Theme Anima is a free, highly customizable WordPress theme created for personal and business sites alike by Cryout Creations. For more info check out the theme's page.


  1. Gretchen Zimmermann

    I like Anima a lot. The biggest thing I miss from the old theme settings (ala Nirvana, Parabola …) is the “Export settings” button. I suppose I can find them in a database table, but that button sure was handy.

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