Dec 13, 2018

SNS Camen – Responsive Prestashop Theme

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SNS Camen A fresh and clean design. If you want a very unique and attractive design and try to make your way among many shop owners, SNS Camen is a good starting point for you.

SNS Camen With powerful features, easy to customize, power admin, cool effect. We hope you have a good experience


  • Power admin
  • Responsive Design
  • Unlimited colors
  • Flexible layout system – Full width, boxed
  • Power menu
  • Responsvie menu: Sidebar, Collapse
  • Support the cpanel on the front
  • Support RTL Language
  • Support style for blog page (Smart blog)
  • Customize your store with CSS and JS via Admin panel
  • CSS and JS compression – join and compress all CSS and JS files to enhance your performance
  • Using html5, css3, sass
  • No Hacking Core Prestashop Codes
  • Support PrestaShop
  • Lots of Prestashop modules are supported by default, all modules are responsive
  • Some coal modules from SNSTheme.Com: SNS Product Tabs, SNS Product Tabs Slider, SNS Slideshow, SNS Megamenu …
  • Ajax to search field
  • integrated: Twitter Bootstraps. Google Fonts. Font Awesome
  • Quick start including sample data, easy to install
  • User Guide Documentation html file
  • PSD files provided
  • Cross-browser: IE 9+, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Opera 9+, and Chrome
  • W3C XHTML Transitional Valid

NOTE: The images in live preview will not be included in the design / theme intended for sale.

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Update and fixed

      - January 5, 16 Issued
- January 10, 16 Update to version 1.1
Added style to RTL language


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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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