PhotoFrame by WPZOOM is a responsive theme for photo blogs giving maximum exposure to your images and featuring Post Gallery Slideshows with thumbnail navigation.
The theme supports natively two WordPress menus:
- Main Menu – centered below the header
- Footer Menu – left aligned in the footer
PhotoFrame installs with five custom widgets:
- Author Bio
- Recent Comments
The theme incorporates two widgetized areas:
- Footer Column 1
- Footer Column 2
PhotoFrame offers the following page templates:
Within the theme options you have the ability to assign one of the available layouts to specific pages.
The theme extends the Edit/Add New Post screen with Post Options. These options allow you to hide the Featured Image/Video, edit the post gallery slideshow shortcode, and enter video embed code.
The WPZOOM panel includes a Theme Options page and an Update Framework page – all themes released by WPZOOM are based on the ZOOM Framework.
The Theme Options comprehends six tabs, offering you an easy way to configure the theme:
Your first option at the General Settings is selecting one of the predefined color schemes; you can choose from the default Light, and Dark. Next you can upload your logo and favicon.
Here you also have the opportunity to select one of the three available layouts for the homepage, category pages, archive pages and search results pages. You can choose from one, two or three columns; the more columns, the smaller the featured image.
The settings concerning the Featured Image/Video, as well as the Post Gallery Slideshows can be tweaked with the Global Post Options. The Global and Single Post Options let you control which post info and meta you prefer to display.
Please note that you will need to run Regenerate Thumbnails prior to displaying slideshows.
Within the Styling Settings, you can customize the colors and fonts applied. You can set your preferred colors for links, backgrounds, and borders. The background colors for the Featured Image/Video and Post Slideshows are set within the Global Post Settings.
WPZOOM PhotoFrame lets you choose from about four dozens of fonts – web safe as well as Google Webfonts – for the general text, logo text, post titles, and widget titles.
You first choice at the SEO tab is whether you prefer to use a third party plugin for your SEO or that you want to use the theme’s SEO settings, In the latter case, you can tweak your SEO preferences regarding the title tag, homepage meta, indexing, and canonical URLs.
With the Framework options you can configure some of the WPZOOM Framework options. You can for example disable shortcodes, typography preview, and update notifications for the framework as well as the theme.
The Import/Export options give you the means to backup, transfer and restore the settings of the theme itself as well as of the widgets.
The stated price below of $59 is for a Single License, which includes a lifetime theme license, one year of support and updates, and usage on unlimited domains.
You can also opt for an Extended License for $99, which adds a bonus theme for free and the layered Photoshop (PSD) files of your themes. So you get two themes including their PSD files
Besides purchasing one WPZOOM theme, you can also sign-up for the WPZOOM Membership. This membership gives you access to the entire WPZOOM theme catalog (50 themes to date). More details are available at the WPZOOM Pricing page.