Today’s featured WordPress theme comes from the dev team of ThemeTON. It’s called ExtraGrid, and it’s a theme that comes with a masonry-style layout, a design layout that I’m pretty sure Pinterest users are familiar with.
The theme’s design is fully responsive, as what one should expect to get from any premium template nowadays. That said, you can avail and download ExtraGrid at ThemeForest for $45.
One thing that I particularly like about ExtraGrid is its top navigation menu that lets the viewer filter content type for easy viewing and searching of particular posts, which is actually already made easy by the way the theme also lets you assign colors to specific content type and category.
The theme also boasts of having its own built-in SEO control panel, which is always a good thing to have especially if you still don’t have a third-party plugin installed such as All-in-One SEO Pack, Headspace 2 and WordPress SEO by Yoast.
Here’s just a shortlist of some of the other key features of ExtraGrid:
- Translation Ready PO/MO files included
- Valid HTML5
- Cross browser compatible
- Mobile device compatible
- Unlimited color option for post and category
- Theme Elements