Apr 16, 2019

Atert – Simple & Creative WordPress Blog Theme

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Atert blog designed in a clean and minimalist style. This theme is very flexible, easy to customize and well documented, approaches to
Travel, fashion, food, photography, personal, publication or tutorial blogs WordPress theme with many features. It comes with flexible designs and options.
that allow you to change the look with the color selectors in the customizer. It is also friendly with SEO.

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Main features

  • Ready for gutenberg
  • Bootstrap 4.x support
  • Responsive design with optimized mobile
  • Different blog designs
  • Easy administration panel
  • Mega Menu Support
  • Google source support
  • Beautiful highlighted slider
  • One-click demo installation
  • Sticky header navigation
  • Hide / Show most items
  • Contact support Form7
  • SEO Ready
  • Unlimited color options with background color selector
  • Optimized SEO
  • 6 Publish listing style
    • Standard
    • Grid
    • Masonry
    • List
    • Standard with Grid
    • Standard with list
  • Translation list (contains .po / .mo files)
  • Mailchimp newsletter support
  • Twitter Widget
  • Social exchange buttons
  • WooCommerce support
  • Child theme included
  • Updates and free support for life
  • Clean code, all the files are well commented and organized.
  • Crossbrowser Compatible

The images are for demonstration purposes only, not included with the original theme files.

Support for

We will be happy to help you solve any problem. If you have questions, ideas or suggestions, create a ticket through our Support center.

Change Log

Version 1.0 – 2019/03/27

- Initial version


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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