Immense is a fullscreen photo slideshow theme that resizes with the browser as it expands and contracts. This theme is ideal for photographers and visual creatives who are looking for a clean and simple way to showcase their images with minimal distractions.
Think Big. Think Mobile. Think Immense.
The Immense WordPress theme is ideal for photographers looking for a holistic photo portfolio and blogging platform that performs beautifully on a variety of desktop and mobile browser platforms, including the iPhone and iPad. The design philosophy of Immense is two fold: To fade into the background and to highlight your content.
Fullscreen resizable slideshow – For use on posts, pages or gallery custom post types, the slideshow will automatically adjust to fit your browser size.
Automatic theme updates – When a new version is released, you can update automatically from your WordPress Dashboard with one click. You must have a valid license key (available on your Member Dashboard for paid subscribers) and use Base 1.2 or higher.
Video Support – Self-host HD-quality videos and display Mobile-friendly videos.
Custom Fonts – Use any font from the Google Font directly. That’s over 100 fonts folks, and the list grows each week.
Custom CSS – Easily add custom CSS to your theme options panel. This future-proofs your customizations.
Shortcodes – These allow you to easily add column layouts, boxes and buttons to your posts and pages without modifying CSS, HTML or PHP.
Drop Down Menu – Nestle links inside parent or child menu links for a clean, intuitive design.
Blog Page Template – Display all blog posts on a separate page. This helps maintain clear separation between your portfolio and blog posts.
There is nothing more satisfying than seeing new themes deployed quickly to live websites. To help encourage this, we’re holding a tiny contest for Immense. Here is how it works:
The first three users who submit their Immense-powered theme to our Theme Showcase will win a free annual theme subscription. Get moving!
Submission Deadline: Friday, June 10, 2011 (12 p.m., EDT)