It’s all been pretty quiet lately, hasn’t it? Too quiet. And calm. Well, all this calm is about to come to an end, and as calm always does, it’s about to make way to a fierce storm. And this particular storm comes in the form of a new WordPress theme. And not just any theme: a Cryout Creations WordPress theme!
So before the downpour show, before the strong winds and deafening thunder take center stage, before running in search of cover turns into singing in the rain, before the yellow raincoats and the black umbrellas’ main dance act, before the desperate whistle for a cab that never stops, before the bending, trembling trees and soaking bushes, before all that and more… here’s the forecast:
If these screenshots are not enough to satisfy your voyeurism, you can take a more interactive look at our live demo (just remember to draw the drapes first ;)). But if you’re feeling bold and want to take a walk in the cold midnight rain with the mysterious stranger herself, you can go ahead and download Fluida. Just remember to behave like a gentleman, she’s still in Beta.
We also submitted it to the WordPress.org Theme Repository and you’ll be able to install it from there in the near future, but until then you’ll have to get your hands dirty and manually install it yourself. Lucky for you, we wrote a simple tutorial just for that.
Just a few more things to mention before we leave you two love-birds alone:
- Fluida is built on a completely new framework that’s lightweight, powerful and easy to edit and customize
- Fluida, as the name implies is not only fully responsive but also has a fluid layout
- HTML5 and CSS3, microformats and Schema.org microdata make it a truly SEO ready theme
- There’s no more theme settings page, we though we’d give the customizer a go for this one and you’ll find all the options there; do let us know what you think
- There’s an “About” page now where you can find useful info about the theme and where you can export/import your customizer settings
- There’s no Presentation Page yet, we’re working on the best way to implement this so you can have an infinite number of sliders/columns
Okay, that’s it, here’s a couple more screenshots from the preview post that never happened: