Jun 25, 2019

Darren – Photography & WooCommerce Compatible WordPress Theme

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Darren is a photography subject that offers functionality and design directly. With its simplicity, you can upload your work effortlessly and then it will be displayed directly on the website. Beautifully.

In a nutshell, with Darren, you can:

  • Exhibit your works with organized and clean design.
  • Sell ​​your works online with the WooCommerce plugin
  • Write the diary (blog) to share your thoughts and incredible stories

Complete list of functions

  • 100% responsive design
  • Design organized, clean and focused on the content.
  • Lightweight, fast and very easy to use.
  • Characteristic of the portfolio to publish your works.
    • Page templates for portfolio listing
    • Styles and portfolio options in the Customizer so you can configure the output.
  • Image, video or mixed format for portfolio articles
  • Compatible with WooCommerce
  • Compatible with contact form 7
  • Customizer feature to adjust styles and theme options. For example:
    • Typography combination
    • Font attributes in several areas (font size, weight, letter spacing and color)
    • Blog abstract length
    • Enable / disable lightbox on individual pages of the portfolio
    • and more!
  • Google sources supported
  • WPML plugin supported
  • Ready for translation
  • Code and file structure well organized.
  • Fully compatible with WordPress Child Theme
  • XML data file included for publications, pages and portfolio
  • Extensive documentation to help you get started quickly!

Support for

We are fully compatible with the operating components, such as the use of the functions, the problem, the error or the solution that are mainly related to the theme and for the theme to work correctly. Please see http://uxbarn.ticksy.com/ for our support site.

Additional note

This theme is only for self-hosted WordPress sites (wordpress.org). It is not compatible with the "wordpress.com" sites. Here are the differences between the two: https://uxbarn.com/go/wordpress-org-vs-wordpress-com/

Most of the photos in the live preview are not included in the package. However, in the XML file for import, instead, we have created all the image placeholders so that you can quickly apply your own images to the areas.

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Change Log

Version (January 7, 2019)
Quickfix: the portfolio item gallery does not work correctly in a new installation

Version 2.0.0 (January 4, 2019)
IMPORTANT: OptionTree is deprecated in this version. ACF will be used as of now (v2.0.0 +). Users will see a notice for the data migration button and the ad.
New: Advanced custom fields PRO 5.7.9
Update: disable the default load logo of the Kirki add-on
Update: Portfolio UXBARN to

Version 1.1.1 (November 13, 2018)
Fix: Video embedded in the backend editor
Solution: PHP message: "The WC_Cart :: get_cart_url function has been deprecated since version 2.5". It has been replaced with wc_get_cart_url ().
Fix: OptionTree pre-packaged

Version 1.1.0 (September 22, 2018)
- Correction: incorrect aspect ratio of portfolio images on mobile devices
- Fix: serious error: you can not use the return value of the function in the context of writing in "content-blog-meta.php"
- Fix: PHP division for zero bug.
- Fix: Kirki "alpha" in question of color controls.
- Fix: Missing file "content-password.php"
- Fix: # display of side bin in small windows
- New: option to change the text "Write and press" in the customizer
- New: RSS and Email Icons
- Update: Size of search text set on the mobile
- Update: Unminified some JS files that are probably the cause of Windows Defender's false positive alert


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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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