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which offers a wide range of per menu options, such as: inline subtext, icons, and custom column widths, as well as control over how menu items are distributed between columns. Blog Layout Reflex has a custom blog layout (available on our frontpage demo), where it has a left aligned, and side column-styledWordpress Documentation /docs/wordpress/themes/reflex/
range of per menu options, such as: inline subtext, icons, particles, custom column widths and number, as well as control over how menu items are distributed between columns. Responsive Lexicon is a responsive theme which means it adapts to the viewing device's width, such as mobile, tablet or desktopWordpress Documentation /docs/wordpress/themes/lexicon/
driven dropdown menu system. It offers advanced structural features such as multiple columns, inline icons and text, custom column widths, item distribution and menu offsets. All of these are configurable for each menu item. For mobile devices, a basic version of the Dropdown Menu will be used. It isWordpress Documentation /docs/wordpress/themes/metropolis/
following in the main text field. <p><strong>Customize</strong> the various theme image elements, such as the logo, using the distributed <strong>Adobe?? Fireworks PNG</strong> source files and online tutorial for <em>Logo Editing</em>.</p> <a href="http://demoWordpress Documentation /docs/wordpress/themes/momentum/demo_contentbottom.md