Scalia is a new best selling multi-concept WordPress theme on ThemeForest, which comes bundled with five unique design templates for making websites of any purpose: corporate, blogs, eCommerce, niche, portfolio, news.
Well, there are so many great multi-purpose themes on the market, so the big question is: what makes Scalia different?
Five Themes in One
The coolest thing about Scalia is, that by purchasing one theme you actually get five themes, all in different styles & design approaches. Take a look at the demo pages. You can really use Scalia for building absolutely different web projects, basing on one solid backend. In this design bundle you get:
Designed in a modern flat style with a pleasant color scheme, this style is a general all-rounder concept, aimed first of all at business/corporate projects, portfolios and has multipurpose nature.
This design suits perfectly the needs of agencies, which prefer to build compact but attractive websites, where all information is placed just on one page. It will also work great for mobile-apps presentation websites as well as landing pages.
This concept is made for use in eCommerce stores on Woocommerce. With an ultra-elegant design, this concept allows you to sell your products in style.
Parallax Landing Page
Large images, big fonts, colorful labels and slogans, galleries, contact forms, etc. – everything you might need to build a landing page that works for you. And on top of this – stunning parallax effects.
Another Scalia’s child theme is made for use on a personal blog. This child has a stylish urbanistic look with a combination of ultra-modern and classic fonts, almost monochrome color scheme with black and white images.
150+ Ready-to-Use Pages
With over 150 pre-configured ready-made page layouts, Scalia is the most complete premium WordPress theme on the market. Scalia was built with one major thing in mind: simplicity. You don’t need to waste your time on inventing your own layouts – just take any of these 150 beautiful pages and copy-paste your content.
Content Elements and Visual Page Builder
Scalia offers an extensive set of options, widgets & features to help you get started within minutes. But the most exciting feature of Scalia is the number of content elements (shortcodes) included. Check the “Elements” menu option on Scalia’s main demo website to see why.
With impressive 50+ shortcodes, this theme provides you with everything you can imagine for using as content on a corporate, portfolio, or whatever website. In addition, each of these shortcodes has several options and styles, so you can be sure you will find the best look for your website page.
In order to make all this easy-to-use, Scalia includes the latest version of Visual Composer, where you can create your pages in frontend mode by drag’n’dropping & combining content elements with each other.
Backend and Customizations
On it’s selling page on ThemeForest Scalia is claimed to be a theme with unlimited customization options. By checking its theme options in the backend you will see, that it is true. You can indeed change everything in the design of your website.
Beginning with general website layout and CI settings, fonts, and colors for any website element, backgrounds, etc, even including such details as border-radius of boxes. Scalia gives you a huge number of ways to customize your website, allowing you to completely overhaul the demo content and build the website you want.
Another very interesting feature of Scalia is Home Constructor.
With this feature, you can create your homepages by combining absolutely different post types of Scalia on one page. Let’s say you wish to include several different pages and blog posts on your homepage, mix it with news or latest portfolios, adding some client carousels, etc. – all this can be easily done vie drag’n’drop Home Constructor in theme options.
Thanks to a large variety of additional options you are absolutely free in your decisions, what would you like your page be look like. Fancy title areas in different styles, slideshows, portfolios, and galleries with plenty of display settings, blog lists in different layouts, flexible customizable sidebars, and much much more – with all this stuff you are all set to launch any great-looking website.
Scalia’s documentation is the most detailed theme documentation on the market. All settings, options, features, functions are described in an understandable way with a lot of screenshots, examples, and step-by-step explanations. The documentation is built not for WordPress professionals, but also for WordPress newbies, covering general editing aspects as well.
By checking Scalia’s comments and support forum on ThemeForest as well as the theme’s rating you will see, that support quality of this theme is top-notch. The third best-rated corporate theme on ThemeForest, plenty of five stars ratings praising support quality of Scalia – yes, it looks very impressive. If you do experience problems, the developers offer quick support for any questions asked via the ThemeForest comments section. This will help you extract the full potential from the Scalia theme.
But wait, there is a lot more! Here is a quick summary of additional features Scalia brings to the table:
- SEO is one of the most important criteria for your website’s success. With Scalia, you get a theme, perfectly optimized for on-page SEO measures
- Fully responsive design, which means your website looks and behaves equally good on mobile phones and tablets as it does on laptops and desktops
- 100% retina ready design, so the users with retina displays will see your website and all its images/icons very sharp in best quality
- Need to implement eCommerce on your site? Well, Scalia understands that and offers full integration with WooCommerce out of the box
- Should your website be multilanguage? Great, Scalia is fully optimized for use with WMPL plugin
- Designers and those who want to customize their website even further can make use of the included PSD files
- And much more
Scalia is a really great theme. It’s visually stunning, impressively versatile, and supports a huge depth of functionality – what more could you want from a theme?