Envision by Themefuse is a responsive theme for business websites and online portfolio sites incorporating five different sliders.
It supports natively one WordPress 3 menu.
The theme installs with 4 custom widgets:
- Selected Categories
- Selected Pages
- Selected Posts
Themefuse Envision incorporates eleven widgetized areas:
- General Sidebar
- Sidebar Page
- Sidebar Single Post
- Sidebar Category
- six Footers
Whether or not, and how you will be using differentiated sidebars can be configured in the control panel. You can choose to have the sidebar left or right of the content area, of no sidebar at all.
When accessing the panel for the first time, you get an option to auto install the theme. This step is optional, but will guide to a correct initial setup. Please note that the auto install should not be executed on an existing WordPress installation.
The Envision theme options panel includes four pages:
- Shortcode Generator
The FuseFramework page is the core part of the options panel, serving three horizontal tabs:
The General tab on its turn has toggle sections for:
- General Settings
- Disable SEO Options
- Dynamic Images
Envision comes with five predefined color schemes. When you create a new style sheet from scratch or copy and edit an existing one, this newly created CSS sheet will show up as an additional style sheet in the Theme Stylesheet drop down menu.
Since child themes are the preferred way to go when making modifications to a theme, a child theme folder and style sheet are already included as well.
The Testimonials page is where you can create and maintain testimonials as a custom post type.
The Newsletter page helps you managing your list of people who have subscribed to your mailing list.
Envision incorporates five different sliders: Animated Slider, Nivo Slider, Text Content Slider, Flash Slider, and Single Image. The latter is not really a slider since it does not slide, but the selected image gets a nice spotlight effect.
The theme does not support WordPress’ Featured Image feature, but it incorporates a Post Media option on the Edit Post page to achieve the same results.
The price stated of $55 is regarding the Standard Pack of ThemeFuse Envision. This includes the theme files, life-time support and updates. And you are allowed to use the theme on an unlimited number of domains. All for a one-time fee.
For $95 you can also obtain the Developer Pack. The Developer pack includes everything the Standard Pack does, plus the Photoshop layered document (PSD) files, and a bonus theme (Standard version) for free. And again, no recurring fees.
So, with the Developer Pack you get two themes. One with the PSD files, and one without. When desired, you can upgrade a Standard version of a theme to the Developer version by paying the difference.
Another option with ThemeFuse is the Club Membership. For a yearly fee of $195, you get access to all themes, the PSD files of these themes, theme updates and support. And you are allowed to use the themes on an unlimited number of websites.