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A clean, customizable and free WordPress theme

 WordPress Theme

Mantra is a do-it-yourself WordPress theme, featuring over 100 customization options and easy to use tweaks capable of tuning WordPress to your very specific needs and likes.

With the help of a simple and efficient user interface you can customize everything about the theme: the layout, site width, colors, fonts (over 35 plus all Google fonts), text sizes, post metas, post excerpts, post formats, 3 menus, 30+ social icons.

Mantra also comes equipped with a fully responsive layout, a highly customizable showcase presentation page, animated slider, magazine and blog layouts, 8 widget areas, modern graphics and an easy and intuitive admin section.

Free WordPress Theme

Free WordPress Theme

A WordPress theme that includes all the features and functionality out of the box, for free. We don't hide half the theme behind a paywall.

Highly Customizable

Highly Customizable

With well over one hundred theme customization options it will be a piece of cake* to make it your own.

Up To Date

Up To Date

Constantly updated and upgraded to the latest design trends, web standards and WordPress versions.

Mantra Theme Features

Highly customizable

Hundreds of theme options for almost infinite personalization.

Totally Free

Includes all the features and functionality from start, for free. Just download and install.

Fully Responsive

Our themes use the latest standards for the perfect browsing experience on all mobile devices.

Constant updates

Our WordPress themes are periodically updated with the latest improvements, additions and fixes.

Landing Page

Personalize your home page with customizable sliders, boxes, text areas and latest posts

Socials

Easy link to your favorite social networks and profiles in multiple theme locations.

Google Fonts

Applying any of the 700+ Google Fonts on a theme element is just a copy-paste away.

Translation Ready

Easily translatable theme that fully supports WordPress' language packs.

RTL Language Support

This theme has been thoroughly tested and curated to look perfect with right-to-left languages.

Easy To Use

Completely integrated into WordPress, configuring and customizing the theme is a breeze.

Free support

Supported by descriptive option hints, collections of theme FAQs, tutorials and an active forum.

Priority support

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Mantra News

Verbosa 0.9.4 is LIVE on WordPress.org

Verbosa theme is now LIVE on WordPress.org, ready to download, install, review, preview and pretty much anything else you can think of.

Everything you need to know about the theme is now available in the changelogs.

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Changelog:

0.9.4

  • Removed “Category page with intro” template

0.9.3

  • Made all text in About Verbosa page translatable
  • Removed default copyright text
  • Removed front-page-post-form and food-and-drink style.css theme tags
  • Removed inline CSS from verbosa_master_footer()

0.9.2

  • Removed verbosa_socials_menu_preset() function
  • Restored default customizer Colors section
  • Removed constant from translation string (Customizer > About Verbosa)
  • Added text from verbosa_master_footer() and Verbosa Page links to translation
  • Replaced “get_category(get_query_var(‘cat’)” with core “get_queried_ojbect”
  • Removed HTML5Shiv from header.php
  • Escaped all outputs in custom controls from customizer.php
  • Escaped all URLs in theme with esc_url()
  • Escaped get_bloginfo( ‘name’ ) and get_bloginfo( ‘description’ )
  • Escaped all theme options output
  • Updated verbosa.pot

0.9.1

  • Fixed widget titles line not spanning all sidebar
  • Added auto-detection of RSS link in social icons
  • Added margin botton for multi-line socials menu
  • Fixed mobile menu out of frame on narrow screen (<400px), horizontal scroll on chrome, removed .noscroll position:fixed
  • Improved mobile menu animations
  • Fixed colophon flex compatibility with IE9
  • Removed template-blog.php page template, license.txt, bundled masonry.js
  • Improved arhive.php to handle archives, categories and tags (removed category.php and tag.php)
  • Updated Cryout Framework to 0.5.5
  • Rearranged customizer section overrides to account for autofocus issue
  • Improved plugin/child theme styling override support by changing #main ID to .main class
  • Removed social links (and respective scripts) from the admin area
  • Removed import/export settings from admin area
  • Renamed ‘Latest News’ section in admin to ‘Theme Updates’
  • Added unminified resources/js/html5shiv.js
  • Fixed cryout_schema_microdata() call in author info page HTML
  • Renamed _default.pot to verbosa.pot
  • Added WordPress 4.5 site logo support
  • Added second textdomain support for WordPress’ language packs (also deleted languages folder under cryout and removed redundant loading of text domains in admin area)
  • Fixed social menu and turned off social menu locations by default
  • Switched to loading JS files as deferred to improve load speed
  • Switched to using core WordPress ‘jquery-masonry’
  • Removed deprecated style.css tags and added new ones
  • Fixed social icons placement options not refreshing in Customizer
  • Fixed ‘Display Site Title and Tagline’ option not affecting the tagline

Mantra 2.6.0 keeps up with the trends

Changelog:

  • Optimized CSS layout and updated for latest browser versions
  • Removed unused third parameter $post_image_id from nirvana_thumbnail_link()
  • Added author role meta to improve microformats
  • Added time updated and published meta to improve microformats
  • Removed deprecated hgroup HTML tags
  • Fixed WooCommerce rating stars font issue
  • Added new WordPress.org theme tags (and removed deprecated ones)
  • Updated theme URL for new site
  • Updated theme news feed URL for new site structure
  • Removed bundled it_IT, fr_FR, ru_RU, es_ES, de_DE, nl_NL translations in favour of WordPress Translate ones
  • Added text domain to style.css to support WordPress Translate

Fluida is finally live on WordPress.org

Just like the title says, the wait is finally over. You can now find our latest theme Fluida on WordPress.org as well as auto-install it directly from your dashboard.

It took a little longer than expected but the result is what matters after all.

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Changelog:

v0.9.6

  • Removed import/export settings from admin area
  • Added second textdomain support for WordPress’ language packs (also deleted languages folder under cryout and removed redundant loading of text domains in admin area)
  • Fixed Masonry JS error (removed ‘async’ attribute when loading scripts on the frontend)
  • Social links in the header/footer area are now turned off by default
  • Removed ‘Debug info’ section from the admin area
  • Removed social links (and respective scripts) from the admin area
  • Renamed ‘Latest News’ section in admin to ‘Theme Updates’
  • Removed temporary autoupdater call in cryout/framework.php

Mantra 2.5.0 is nearing 5 years with a tear

Updates celebrate milestones; updates bring fixes and improvements; updates build and expand upon collected knowledge. But sometimes updates can also bring hurtful changes.

Mantra 2.5.0 is in a happy/sad mood – celebrating almost 5 years of existence but losing part of itself at the same time.

Just like with her sisters we have set up an alternative solution. As we previously announced, we decided to retain the settings page functionality and move it to a separate plugin.

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Changelog:

  • REMOVED THE THEME SETTINGS AND ADDED SUPPORT FOR THE SEPARATE THEME SETTINGS PLUGIN
  • Integrated TGM to recommend and auto-install the theme settings plugin
  • Removed existing SEO options (per WordPress Theme Review Guidelines)
  • Fixed settings page to handle changed H3 to H2 headings in WordPress 4.4
  • Added above and below content area widget areas to page templates (including custom page with intro)
  • Fixed header site title to not use H1 tag when homepage is static
  • Add warning in settings page when pp enabled and static page is set
  • Fixed WordPress 4.4.1+ issue with plugin/theme notifications being moved in the Layout settings section
  • Added version information to style/script enqueues on both frontend and dashboard to fix caching issues between updates
  • Fixed PHP notice in settings page when theme news are not available
  • Rewrote readme file and added changelog into readme

WordPress and theme options part II – the fracture

As you might know by now, themes in the official repository are no longer allowed to implement a theme options page. All new themes were required since early this year to implement support for the Customizer and some weeks ago this rule became mandatory for themes already published in the repository as well.

We’ve given this a great deal of thought and we decided not to transfer theme options to the Customizer interface. We built our themes settings to fit and work in a certain way and we feel the Customizer structure just isn’t right for them.

To be able to continue providing theme updates…

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