MultiPort is a multicolor, customizable and readable ClassiPress child theme packed full with some awesome features.
This Pro-Child-Theme cares about your work first, keeping the design elements to a minimum while still maintaining a definitive modern style. Your customers will love to use it!
MultiPort is full responsive on all kind of mobile devices, ready to use language translation packs and testet with all available plugins that are recommended by AppThemes.
Set your own background textures or colors within minutes from your admin backend. No need to change files!
- Responsive for all kind of mobile devices like mobile phones or tablets
- Easy change Background to a selectable plain color or texture
- Bigger Slider for featured ads
- “Featured” Ribbon in ad listings
- Highlighted Background listing when ad is featured
- Featured ads show on top of categories & search result
- Bigger Google Map under ad description
- “New” sign when ad is less then 1 day online
- Support for “Price is negotiable” sign when customer agrees
- Choose between 5 ready to use Color Styles (Red, Blue, Aqua, Teal and Green)
- Better tab positions including further tab “Categories”
- No Price Tag when ad author sets “0″ (Zero)
- URLs and emails in posts are clickable
- Send ad description to a friend via email
- Support multiple languages
- WordPress Multisite compatible
- Admin can see the IP from ad author under the ad description
- “Sold” Ribbon in listing and “Sold” stamp in single ad
- Support by Rolf Hassel (Samcy)
- This pro child theme is READY for ClassiPress 3.3.3 and WordPress 4.0
See a small video how easy it is to set your own background and changing the style:
- Upload the childtheme to your themes folder
- Activate the childtheme
- You may need to set your menus again. Go to your Admin dashboard => Appearance => Menus and activate your Header and footer menu.
- You may need to regenerate your thumbnails after first installation: Please install this plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/regenerate-thumbnails/ and run it once.
- Set your WordPress => Settings => Permalinks to “Post name” and save the settings.