Clone Wordpress Themes

June 20th in Clone Wordpress Themes, Plugin Lists by .

In the past few months, we have covered a bunch of handy plugins that let you automatically choose a featured image for each post and even change featured images of old posts. What if you are interested in using an image not in your media library as the featured image of a post? These 2 plugins let you do just that:

featured-image-from-url

Featured Image From URL: allows you to use an image from Flickr, Amazon S3, and other places as Featured Image of your post. It is compatible with WooCommerce. [click to continue…]

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June 12th in Clone Wordpress Themes, WordPress Themes by .

Every business and organization needs to have an online presence. That applies to museums and other public places. History for WordPress is an elegant theme that lets you build a professional presence for your site. It has a drag & drop page builder and WooCommerce support, so you can complete your site faster.

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April 7th in Clone Wordpress Themes by .

Pinterest is a very exciting social network to be active on. It has grown fast in the past couple of years and has a ton of awesome photos and visual content for you to discover. By getting involved on Pinterest, you can promote your brand and drive more traffic to your site. Want to clone Pinterest? These 7 WordPress themes let you do just that:

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iPin Pro: this is a Pinterest clone script for WordPress. It has a responsive design and offers infinite scroll capability just like Pinterest. It is built-in upon the Twitter Bootstrap framework. [click to continue…]

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April 3rd in Clone Wordpress Themes by .

We have covered plenty of awesome themes and plugins here in the past. You can create highly sophisticated sites with them even if you are not too technical. You can also clone popular sites with WordPress. It may not be the best approach considering that not all popular sites appreciate their designs being copied. But if your heart is set on cloning a specific site, you may want to check these themes out:

Pinterest Clone Themes

Pinterest is one of the most popular online communities around. You can find all kinds of interesting content on the site. If you like the way the site looks, you can clone its design with these themes:

ipin

iPin Pro: a good looking Pinterest clone theme. It has a responsive design and offers Twitter and Facebook integration. You can display popular posts based on likes, repins or comments. [click to continue…]

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November 21st in Clone Wordpress Themes by .

Facebook has gotten a lot of grief over its new Timeline feature. But some people are just in love with the new layout. Did you know that you could make your website look like Facebook Timeline in no time? Here are 2 ways to do just that:

WP Facebook Timeline (MF Timeline): provides a visual linear timeline representation of your posts and media sources. You can also add content from Twitter to the timeline on your site. [click to continue…]

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December 8th in Clone Wordpress Themes by .

Ask.com is a great portal to ask questions and find answers to the ones you have. Yahoo! Answers and LinkedIn Q&A are other services you can take advantage of to get help for what you are looking for. Answer sites can be quite powerful (and lucrative in terms of revenue), especially if you choose the right niche for them. Thanks to AskIt for WordPress, you can create a professional looking Q&A website and start building your answer portal with minimal investment up-front.

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August 8th in Clone Wordpress Themes by .

Twitter is one heck of a social networking community to be a part of. Millions of people take advantage of Twitter to share their thoughts, links, and content with the world and build friendships and relationships in the process. There are so many things to love about Twitter, but maybe you want to create a private Twitter-style site for your own community. That’s where Twitter clone themes for WordPress come into play. They let you duplicate Twitter’s functionality on your WordPress website, giving you and your visitors the chance to connect more effectively.

If you are interested in cloning Twitter, these 5 WordPress Twitter themes are just what you need:

Conversate: offers you features similar to what you can get on Twitter. But it goes beyond just that. Has 5 color schemes and supports multimedia files too. [click to continue…]

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