7 Beautiful and Responsive Wordpress Themes

Every good Wordpress blog needs an equally good looking theme. Here is a great selection of free to use Wordpress themes that not only look great, but are mobile friendly with their great use of responsive design. If you are looking to upgrade the responsive navigation of your website, check out our responsive menus.

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Check out our Wordpress Menu Plugin to create beautiful, drop down, responsive navigation for your Wordpress website.

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5 Free jQuery Drop Down Menu Navigations

  • January 27, 2014
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If you are looking to update your websites navigation, a jQuery Dropdown menu might be just the solution. We have compiled a list of our best dropdown menus that use jQuery for you to download for free. We also have a ton of free accordion jQuery Menus as well. If you have any more jQuery Dropdown menus you think we should add to our collection, let us know in the comments below.

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Use our MenuMakers to easily create beautiful, responive jQuery menus.

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Responsive Menu Tutorial

Responsive design has basically become a staple to any modern website. With this in mind, navigation must be ready to adjust to the various screen sizes possible. As you'd imagine, a 10 item long horizontal menu doesn't translate well to a cellphone' screen. However, with a bit of proper tweaking, we can make a proper responsive menu for use on mobile.

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3 Free CSS Tabs Menu Designs

  • September 21, 2013
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CSS tabs are great navigational components that can simplify a websites navigation and cut down on bounce rates. When a user doesn't know where they are in the hierarchy of your site, they will most likely take off. What is nice about CSS tabs is that the active tab will always clearly mark where the user currently is. Guess work is over and the users needs to do little thinking in order to get the bearings and navigate to another page.

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8 Free CSS Template Websites

Whenever I am starting a new web design project, I always first take a look around and see if I can find a CSS template that will fit my needs. Personally I am willing to spend $10 or $20 on a premium CSS template because I know it will save me a bunch of design time down the road. Before I whip out my credit card though I always check a couple of the top CSS Template website for free options. These days, free CSS templates are numerous and great quality.

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Tumblr Menu Tutorial

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to install one of our menus themes with the Tumblr blogging service. We are not coding menus from scratch, but instead will be building a menu in our Menu Maker and then importing that menu into your Tumblr theme.

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Tumblr doesn't allow you to upload images to your theme so make sure to choose a menu that doesn't use any images. Check out the Pure CSS Menu section for menus that don't use images.

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Why The New Gmail Inbox is Good for Email Marketers

  • August 30, 2013
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Recently I have been hearing a lot of buzz around the inter-web in regards to the new Gmail inbox, and how it is effecting email marketing. To be honest, most of what I am hearing is quite negative. Many email marketers are absolutely appalled that their super relevant emails are now bypassing readers' primary inbox. I've already received multiple updates from my various subscriptions, giving me step by step instructions on how to exempt their emails from the new Gmail inbox filters.

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Wordpress 3 Drop Down Menu Tutorial

In this tutorial I will show you how to use one of our css drop down menus with Wordpress. This tutorial will not show you how to create a menu from scratch, but will walk you through the process of taking one of our menu themes and applying it to a menu that is built with Wordpress. Building a Wordpress drop down menu this way can save you a bundle of time if you are looking for a pre designed solution.

Note: Check out our Wordpress Plugin for an easier way to build responsive, drop down menus in Wordpress.

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