Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Foodie Theme, a modern, simplistic child theme created by Shay Bocks and provided by StudioPress with Genesis Framework for WordPress users has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting an investigative review.
“Food bloggers have a tough task of designing a website that showcases their food images just enough, but not so much that it overpowers other aspects of the site,” reports Michaels. “The Foodie Theme by Shay Bocks for StudioPress has that perfect balance of featured images along with clean lines, organized text, and overall, a minimalistic and uncluttered feel.”
The StudioPress Foodie Theme uses the latest version of HTML coding along with responsive design so that site visitors on smartphones or tablets still get the same great user experience as users on desktops do. The theme offers six different layout options so food bloggers can customize how they want to display their images and recipes, along with three different color schemes in citrus, earthy, and grey to cater to their style of blogging. The Easy Recipe plugin allows bloggers to style recipe cards, and also have multiple widgets to choose from for home pages and subpages. StudioPress offers the Foodie Theme along with the Genesis Framework in a package deal that offers website administrators the best in website aesthetics and function. The Genesis Framework offers SEO-ready features, unbeatable security, foundational code that is ultra-flexible for maximum customization, and unlimited support. The entire package is available for just $99.95.
“With the Foodie Theme, food bloggers no longer have to sacrifice impeccable web design just because they think it can only be done with a professional budget” says Michaels. “This theme lets bloggers achieve an unquestionably professional look virtually on their own.”
“And the best part is that not only does the Foodie Theme offer outstanding design, but it also offers unmatched function and support because of the Genesis Framework. It’s a total win-win situation.”
To access a comprehensive Foodie Theme review, visit their official site here.