Drafted Premium WordPress Blogging Theme

by admin on October 20, 2011

Drafted is a simple yet attractive premium WordPress blogging theme for the Builder theme framework from iThemes designed for the personal blogger.

Drafted Premium WordPress Blogging Theme

The Builder Theme Framework
Builder is a powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use WordPress theme that allows you to quickly build websites and blogs with WordPress. Builder includes an innovative layout engine allowing you to build almost any layout you like and easy manage the theme graphics and styling. The iThemes Builder package includes 29 child themes, which span a wide range of looks and styles for different niches, with more child theme being added all the time. Builder also comes with 9 powerful plugins for increased functionality.

Drafted Features

  • Simple Blogroll Layout
  • Feature Image Usage
  • Unique Styled Archives
  • Two Alternative Widget Sections

Builder Features

  • Build almost any kind of new layout or page template you want (without knowing code)
  • Infinite Widget Areas
  • Simple Layout Control
  • Use one theme to build a website with multiple layouts and individual looks for each (each layout can have its own CSS)
  • Assign specific layouts to certain WP Views (specific layouts for blogs, pages, posts, and categories)
  • Create new widgets areas layouts or sidecars on the fly
  • Custom Landing Pages – squeeze pages, email opt in pages, feed pages, portfolio pages etc
  • WordPress 3.0+ Custom Menu integration
  • Style Manager – easily tweak the CSS
  • Advanced SEO options panel
  • BuddyPress integration
  • Billboard & Rotating Images plugins
  • 30+ Child Themes

Drafted Theme: Free with iThemes Builder
iThemes Builder: $97 (comes with 30+ free child themes)

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iThemes specialise in business and CMS WordPress themes, and have premium themes for designers, photographers, business, bloggers and other niches. Their Builder framework allows you to build WordPress sites quickly & easily by creating your own layouts

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