Faded – A Responsive Music & Band WordPress Theme

by admin on January 3, 2013

The Faded  is an incredible all-in-one WordPress theme from Mint Themes for bands who want to have great design and tons of options. It includes a built-in HTML5 audio player widget, Facebook comments, videos, and photo albums.  It also features a fully customizable image slider at the top of the page as well as a “Latest Album” showcase. Each band member can have a “latest tweets” widget including their photo and role in the band.

Faded WordPress Theme

Price: $79

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  • Upload Your Logo – You can upload your own logo with this theme by logging into your WordPress admin and selecting “Theme Options”.
  • Music MP3 Streaming – You have music and your audience wants to listen. Stream your MP3s directly using the built-in album widget.
  • Videos – Easily post videos to awesome looking sidebar widgets or video pages. Videos are a great way to showcase your music on your website and connect with fans.
  • mic Twitter Feeds – Fans love connecting to band members and personal Twitter accounts are a great way. That’s why the homepage pulls in each member’s Twitter feed from the last 30 days.
  • users Social Media – Link to your social media links with great design and style that matches the rest of your site. There are built in links to Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and more.
  • image Photo Albums – Post your photos from live shows, studio, promo or anything else. Your fans will enjoy keeping up with you and commenting on your images.
  • Documentation with video tutorials and how-tos.
  • Home Page Slider Using FlexSlider
  • Post Format Support.
  • Custom Page Templates.
  • Custom Built Widgets.
  • Custom Logo Upload
  • WooCommerce Integration
  • Custom Background Upload
  • Drop Down Menus
  • Responsive Layout
  • Custom Background
  • Social Links
  • Localisation Support.
  • Automatic Image Resizing.
  • Cross Browser Support.
  • WordPress 3.4-Ready
  • Design Files Included.


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