Academica: Free WordPress theme for Educational Websites

Academica: Free WordPress theme for Educational Websites

wordpress logoAcademica WordPress Theme, is a free wordpress theme for educational websites designed by Proud Themes suitable for educational institute websites such as universities, schools etc. It’s professional, flexible and versatile – free theme that can be easily customized and branded for any education websites. The theme is designed by ProudThemes and released for free and free to use in private and commercial works. The theme is released under GPL. You can use it for all your projects for free and without any restrictions and modify the theme according to your need.Free WordPress Theme For Educational Websites

Features

  • Developed for WordPress 3.0+
  • Modern, three-column clean design
  • Easy to setup and takes just a few seconds. The theme can be uploaded directly from the Dashboard > Appearance > Themes page. No need to edit any files — everything can be done from the Theme Options page.
  • 5 built-in social media icons to share and link to your profiles on Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, LinkedIn and Youtube
  • The theme allows enabling/disabling of a jQuery-based content slider on the homepage for showing your photos
  • Academica Theme uses a jQuery-based drop-down menu with a fade-in effect
  • 9 sidebars (widget areas) and 3 custom widgets developed for this theme
  • 3 custom page templates and 2 custom post templates
  • Dynamic image resizing ( using TimThumb script)
  • Support for Custom Menus (WordPress 3.0+).

Pritush

Nepallica was started by Pritush and regularly updates this blog, beside Nepallica he also contributes to Nepalunderground.com. Connect with on Google+

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