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Giveaway: Identify Premium Portfolio WordPress Theme

Written by Kevin Liew on 26 Jul 2013
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It has been a while since we last gave away premium WordPress theme. This time we are giving away 3 copies of premium portfolio WordPress theme called Identify created by themebros.

Identify is a theme perfect for professionals who want showcase their work, such as designers and developers. The beautiful ajax powered portfolio is great to show your most important work to your visitors.

Responsive Design and Retina Ready

Your visitors, which visit your site on mobile devices, will get an optimised version for their device. Also it’s retina ready, Identify is gorgeous on those displays.

Post Formats

It supports post formats for the blog. You can add a quote, video, link, gallery or just a normal blog post to spice it up a little bit!

Theme Features

  • Support for Retina Displays.
  • Portfolio Posts Loaded with AJAX. (on/off)
  • Responsive Design (Optimised for mobile devices).
  • Easy Font and Color Change (WP Customiser).
  • About Me Template for Resume and CV.
  • Powerful Theme Options Panel.
  • Page Templates (Full Width, Sidebar Left/Right, About Me).
  • Full Localisation Support (.po/.mo files).
  • WordPress 3.3+ Ready
  • Demo Content Included.
  • Layered PSD for Customisation
  • Extensive Documentation

What do you get?

We're giving away 3 copies of Identify Portfolio WordPress Theme. Winners will be chosen randomly with SQL query.

How to participate?

To participate, please follow the instructions below:

  • Follow us on @quenesswebblog or like us on facebook - @quenesswebblog
  • Tweet or Facebook share it like this: Giveaway Identify Premium Portfolio WordPress Theme @quenesswebblog
  • Drop us a comment and paste the tweet or facebook share link.

That's all you have to do. We will be announcing 3 lucky winners in a week time. All the best!

Winners

Congratulation to the following winners! You should receive an email shortly.

  • Kumaran Balachandran
  • Aggelos
  • Eric Vaughan
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