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UNO – Multi Store Responsive Shopify Theme

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UNO – A "clean style" Shopify Theme, which is based base on the 2017 design trend. UNO suitable with any kind of shop, with smoothly elegant layout.

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Theme Features

  • Powerful Fit
  • Automatic price change
  • Flexible built-in Mega Menu
  • Quickview Product Colors
  • Smart product Quickview
  • Advanced layered navigation
  • Unlimited Google Fonts
  • Site Identity
  • Header and footer style settings
  • Amazing Slider built-in
  • Unlimited colors
  • SEO Optimized
  • "New", "Hot", "Sale" … labels
  • Multi Currency
  • Wonderful layout variations
  • newsletter
  • Responsive & Retina Ready
  • Drop-down shopping cart in header
  • Sticky Header Multi Styles
  • Ajax Add to basket & Wish List
  • Ajax Paging & Ajax Toolbar built-in
  • Ajax Grid & List View Collection
  • Previous and next functionality to the product display page
  • Slider to Up-sell products and related products blocks
  • Product zoom built-in
  • Best-selling product
  • Back to top button
  • Background patterns and color picker
  • tabs
  • Grid / List view
  • The "Additional Information" tab for individual product attributes
  • Brand Logo Slider
  • Blog Post Slider Built-in
  • FontAwesome icons
  • One-click import
  • Cross Browser Support
  • customer reviews
  • switch, Contact
  • product Carousel
  • HTML5 & CSS3 & Sass CSS
  • Social networking
  • Support Online 24/7
  • Well documented

Change logs



------------ VERSION 1.0.3 ------------
- Update deletion of products from cart
- Fix mistake minicart

------------ VERSION 1.0.2 ------------
- Full page standard.
- Fix bug logo footer.
- Fix error menu & search.

------------ VERSION 1.0.1 ------------
- Fix Error Mailchimp.
- Remove width image logo.

------------ VERSION 1.0.0 ------------
! First release

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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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