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We are happy to announce that we have another two themes to add to our compatibility list this week:
Pinword by Orange Themes and Responsive by ThemeID.

Pinword – Premium WordPress Blog Theme

Pinword is another fine product from Orange Themes. We worked together with them to make sure everything works perfectly when used in conjunction with WPML. Pinword is a fantastic looking blog theme that is also very feature rich and customizable and available in three different colors. This theme provides all the main functionality you will need to present your products, work and yourself in an elegant and professional style.

Purchase Pinword

Responsive – Free Responsive WordPress Theme

Make responsive part of your starting Theme design, or upgrade your current one to a mobile friendly Theme that automatically adapts to any* screen resolution or device. Responsive WordPress Theme that features 9 page Templates. There is also full width page, sitemap Template as well as landing page for your PPC or any other purposes. Responsive also supports 9 widget areas and best of all this Theme is crafted with fluid proportion-based grid system of their own to adapt the design to the viewing environment. There are also Theme Options to control the content, webmaster tools, logo managament, social icons and 4 navigation menus. Currently translated in 22 languages.

Download Responsive

We are working on themes and plugins for our next compatibility bulletin. Check out the Go-Global program for more information regarding the initiative.

3 Responses to “Weekly Theme Compatibility Bulletin – Issue 5”

  1. Sorry,
    bit either I’m wrong as I hope or WPML doesn’t handle the Themeid Home Page option ? Home widget etc.. which is a great limit. Can you tell me if there is a solution?

    • I’m not sure about the specifics. Can you post the details of the compatibility issue in our technical forum? Indicate what you’re trying to do with the theme and our support folks will help. Indicate that it’s for Dominykas, who’s handling WPML-theme compatibility.

    • Thanks for the reply.
      We’ve applied the WPML to a site based on Themeid.
      If you go into theme options Home Page, where can we handle the languages for the Featured text?
      I can’t find how to change the “featured-title”, “featured-subtitle” and following paragraph.

      Hope I’m clearer now