Three winners will win 3 premium WordPress themes in the next two weeks on our website in the Tesla themes giveaway. Enter the contest and the lucky winners get access to 3 premium Tesla themes – Revoke, Vulcano, CoolStuff. Getting the right WordPress theme for your business or for your blog is one of the most important and a tedious task. You know what is more difficult? To find that right theme cheap, or still better, free!
We have an answer for you. This month we are hosting a Giveaway on our website that will give you access to three premium WordPress themes from Tesla. All of the Tesla themes run on the Tesla framework. The robust feature filled framework helps you customize your website the way you want. You can select different colors, fonts, and create custom post layouts.
The Demo Import option helps you import the demo website files and build your website just like the one you see on the Tesla website. The framework also supports integration of Twitter feeds, social media accounts, and Google maps of your location on the Contact page.
The giveaway gives you access to three premium WordPress themes that are suitable for artists, food bloggers, and restaurants. Actually, it is suitable for any business that deals with design and visual expression, including fashion designers, interior designers, or an auto designer studio.
How to Enter the Giveaway
Follow Tesla’s Facebook and Twitter page using the ? below. We will announce the winners in three weeks and you will soon get access to the themes from Tesla Themes.
Revoke is a responsive WordPress theme that supports various visual elements on the Home page and the single post sidebar. Responsive theme ensures that the website’s navigational elements and visual elements will be easily accessible to the readers across different devices.
The theme supports a number of shortcodes that let you place Headings, Columns, and Pricing Tables wherever you want without having to touch the code. The custom posts feature lets you add pre-defined elements to your posts. This way, you can include information about team members and their projects in individual posts. Artists can also integrate their Flickr account feed and display it in the widgetized areas. Other widgets like Sidebar Gallery and Recent work can display images of your work in the sidebar and make it more appealing to the readers.
Follow the Tesla Facebook Page and Twitter account to enter the contest, the winners will be announced in three weeks!
Vulcano has two important features other than the standard Tesla framework support. With Vulcano, you can help your readers start and submit a project directly from the home page. The readers can select from the fields you specify, add some description, and specify start and end time of the project along with their budget to get you started.
The single post layout shows a left-hand meta bar to display the author’s picture and other post-related information.
Are you a busy speaker or host shows across art galleries? CoolStuff can help you. CoolStuff has a dedicated events page that helps you create event listing and display the calendar on events on your blog or website.
Along with the standard amazing Tesla Framework features like an easy interface to customize your blog, it also provides a timeline feature. The timeline feature shows your blog posts in the Facebook style timeline on the Home page. Similar to the other two themes, you get a filterable portfolio page that you can organize based on different categories. The theme is most suitable to people who are busy hosting conferences and shows. Alternatively, the theme can also be useful to venue owners to provide information about the list of events for the week or month. I would say this is a golden opportunity to win some great themes that leverage the latest WordPress technology. All the designs are contemporary and give a straight-lined, clean-cut look to the website. Enter the contest and you can be one of the three lucky winners win these great themes. Good luck!!!
The giveaway is now closed.
*The Giveaway is sponsored by Tesla Themes.