The WooFramework

The turbo charged engine behind all our WordPress themes.

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Our acclaimed WooFramework powers all our WordPress themes. It provides a reliable, structured codebase for you to customise at will, and boasts a load of useful features that sets our themes apart from the competition:

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Theme Options

Making simple changes without editing code, like adding your own logo, changing to an alternate color style, adding Google Analytics code, couldn't be easier with our WordPress backend theme option's panel.

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Shortcodes

All our themes include custom shortcodes that allow you to easily add social links, styled buttons, content boxes, and content columns to your posts, pages and widgets.

Page Templates

Our themes come packaged with a full width page template without the sidebar, and site map/archives page templates for efficient quick links to all your content.

Auto-sizing
thumbnails

An image re-sizer script built into the Woo framework automatically scales your post images for pixel perfect display in our templates. No need to upload new cropped images when re-designing your website.

White label your
theme backend

With the framework settings page you can replace any sign of WooThemes in your WordPress backend with your own logo and custom styling. Perfect for designers & developers for client work.

Localized
for translations

WooThemes come packaged with a language file for easy WordPress theme translations into your desired language - editing one neat little file without hunting down text in all our theme templates.

One Click Upgrades

The WooFramework receives constant tweaks and upgrades, and thanks to the in-built framework updater you can make sure you are running the latest version with the click of a button.

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Cross Browser Compatible

We've tested our themes to ensure they are compatible with all the modern web browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer. They should also all be web standards compliant.

Cross Browser Compatible