Landing Page by Templatic is a responsive theme developed for one page business and portfolio sites, but it can also be used for multi-page websites. Landing Page comes with a widgetized homepage, a Portfolio post type and support for WooCommerce and WordPress Post Formats.
The theme supports natively two WordPress menus:
- Secondary – on the homepage, right aligned in the header
- Footer – centered in the footer
- Menu for Inner Pages – right aligned in the header
The Secondary Menu allows you to include links to sections on the (home) page as well as to inner pages. The Menu for Inner pages replaces the Secondary navigation on inner pages and allows you to exclude links to the sections on the homepage.
Templatic Landing Page installs with 18 custom widgets:
- About Team
- Contact Us
- Facebook Fans
- Flickr Photos
- Google Map
- Home Page Main Slider
- Latest Twitter Feeds
- Newsletter Subscribe
- Popular Posts
- Post Listing
- Recent Review
- Social Media
The theme incorporates 20 widgetized areas:
- Mega Menu Navigation
- Inner Page Mega Menu Navigation
- Home Page Full Slider
- Home Page Section 1
- Home Page Section 2
- Home Page Section 3
- Home Page Section 4
- Home Page Section 5
- Secondary Navigation Right
- Home Page Sidebar
- Post Listing Page Sidebar
- Post Detail Page Sidebar
- Primary Sidebar
- Contact Page Content Area
- Contact Page Sidebar
- Footer 1 columns right
- Footer 4 columns left
In order to create your custom homepage, you add the widgets of your choice to the widget areas available on the frontpage:
- Home Page Full Slider
- Home Page Sections 1 to 5
- Footer columns
This Templatic theme offers the following page templates:
- Advanced Search
- Contact Us
- Front Page
For every single page, post and custom post type, you can choose from four layouts:
- One Column
- Two Columns, Left
- Two Columns, Right
The theme adds a module to the WordPress menu for its custom post type; Portfolio. This Work post type comes with its own categories (Type of Work) and tags.
There is also a Templatic module at the bottom of the WordPress menu, which takes care of theme and framework updates. This Templatic panel also includes links to several support resources.
- Colors Settings
- Background Settings
- Site Logo
- Site Title & Tagline
- General Settings
- Static Front Page
- Contact Page Settings
- Listing Page Settings
- Detail Page Settings
- 404 Error Page Settings
- Add Google Analytics code
The Layouts tab lets you set the global content layout. Your options are default, one column, and two columns with either a left or a right sidebar.
At the Navigation you can select your preferred menu for the secondary and footer navigation.
The Colors settings offer you the opportunity to customize the colorization of:
- Body Background
- Primary – button and link hover
- Secondary – button, link and headings
- Page Content
- Sub Texts
In case you want to use an image for the background, you can upload that file at the Background Settings.
The Site Logo tab is where you can upload your logo and favicon. Instead of the logo you can also display the site title and tag line, which you can update at the Site Title & Tagline settings.
At the General Settings you have the ability to check or uncheck the following options: hide the auto-install, use of the custom.css file, enable the sticky header menu, show author biography on posts, show author biography on pages, show breadcrumbs.
In case you prefer to use a Static Frontpage, you can select that page as well as the blog page here.
The Contact Page Settings allow you to enable the Captcha and display the Inquiry Form.
At the Listing Page Settings you decide what to hide or show on index pages: Images, No-Image-Available, Author Name, Publish Date, Terms of Post, Excerpts. In addition, you can set the excerpt length and customize the Read More text.
The Detail Page Settings let you enable the view counter, as well as share buttons for Facebook, Google+, Twitter and Pinterest. Here you can also enable or disable comments on pages and posts.
At the 404 Page Setting you can enter the slug(s) of the page(s) you wish to display in case on the 404 Error Page in case of a ‘page not found’ situation.
The Footer serves a text box where you are able to customize the footer text. This can be done with HTM and/or shortcodes.
The Add Google Analytics code offers a text box where you can enter your tracking code.
The Landing Page theme distinguishes the following WordPress Post Formats::
Upon activation you are offered the possibility to insert sample data. Although an excellent way to get acquainted with the features of the theme, this should not be done when you have entered content yourself already.
With Templatic, you can either purchase a single theme license or become a member of the Premium Themes Club.
The stated price of $49 is regarding the Standard License that allows you to use the theme on one domain.
The fee for the Developer License is $99. The major differences are that: 1) the Developer License includes the PSD files, and 2) allows you to use the theme on an unlimited domains.
In both situations you are entitled to lifetime usage of the theme, but you will have access to updates and support for one year. It is possible to extend this period of updates and support for a yearly fee of 30% of the initial purchase price – so you do there is no need to repurchase the theme after the first year.
Another option is joining the Premium Themes Club; for an initial payment of $299 and a monthly fee of only $19, you will have access to all themes, PSD files, plugins, support and updates as long as you are a member of the club. More details are available on Templatic's The Club page.
You can always upgrade from a Standard or Developer License to the Premium Themes Club by paying just the difference.