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Old Page is a good sample in our trendy style graphics production. It is our way to do classics, with plenty of customization options, to please every taste.
This time, we have faced a classic one, and created detailed graphics. "Old Page", "Pentagramma" and "Old Page and Tickets". OldPage provide you Easy & Simple admin option panel. Where you can easily customize your theme in a minute. Here you can change the header image , the color , logo, animations and many more.
OldPage is suitable for any use, for each device with the responsive layout. The structure is clear and easy to surf, from a small phone to any large screen with support for retina display. The design will scale to fit on all browser widths/resolutions and on all mobile devices.
Old Page comes with several extra graphics for the customization. Lots of icons are available and some of them are customizable, even if you have no graphics skill. Sometimes, it just takes a small detail to build a different website! It includes all the advanced features for an incredible user experience. It's best used for website of art, photo, publications, wedding and so on.
Thanks to the "Plus code" of the Awesome font you can animate icons, text and images (no Stack required).
1 year ago
Amazing graphics, I love the template and all badges included in the package, absolutely original. The responsive layout works well and It's so easy to customize. The support is first class
2 years ago
I'm using OldPage for our appartment (www.ferienhaus-goggolori.de). It actually was the very first project I've done with RW5 on an built in theme (which had a similar look). I've then moved the whole project to OldPage to make it responsive. Transfer from RW5 to RW6 was seamless and responsiveness is flawless on all devices. Also, the implementation of fontawesome is very helpful. I get super feedback on the design (which Will should get). Will is a very active contributor in the RW Forum. So, I feel absolutely safe investing in his work. Thanks!