Fable is a theme designed for blogging by ElegantThemes. Its been built to tell a story visual story using images from the posted articles. The images and articles stretch across the screen gracefully using a full-width theme design that is designed to give each of the post the full attention of the readers. All without going overboard.
Fable uses the latest CSS media queries to call different layout settings all based on the readers screen size. This means your readers will not have to zoom in, zoom out, and scroll to see the content on your site!
With Fable, you cane easily control the look of your site simply by toggling on or off features such as, the layout, colors, SEO, advertisements, and more! You can control everything from the ePanel section of the theme.
Fable comes with pre-made templates that you can apply to an individual page that you want to stand out or you can apply those across the entire site. To add even more customization to the theme, you can use the Custom Background Images to give your site unique look that no one else will have. In addition to those great features, you can create…
This beautiful theme comes with a large collection of shortcodes, you can use to create beautiful and complex layouts. Shortcodes leaves all the coding to the theme designers and so you can concentrate on setting up your page themes and post types the way you want to!
Fable is a great looking theme, and it has a ton of features that most blogging sites might not use. If you are looking to make your stand out from the rest, then this theme can help your site to stand out.But I do have some concerns with the theme.
The first one is the load time. If you use a lot of high resolution background images or your articles are full of images, you might want to use a CDN and WordPress caching plugin to help your site load faster.
My second concern is the full-width design will make not allow websites that like using columns to display more content options. For most sites, having more content is an easy way to keep readers on their sites longer.
Other than those concerns, I like this theme and might try it out on my photoblog if I only wanted a full-width theme to display my work.
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