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Sharing one using Mobius:

http://orchardcommunity.org

Thanks Casey! - great support!
Always clean and easy to follow instructions.
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I agree, Simple Themes is top notch in every way.

http://ehousestore.com/

Thanks Casey! - great product!
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Here are two recent fence websites. One using the responsive Breeze and the other Impacto

mybackyardfence.com
Breeze

http://fencerepairinc.com
Impacto

Clients love both sites; especially the Breeze theme. They called it "sexy". I'm always pleased how the Simple Themes sites rank in Google as well. So many WordPress sites are now image heavy and lack text areas. With the new Google update, you need to integrate readable text and Simple Themes makes it easy
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Nice job Taylortown. very nice!!!
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Don't know if this thread is still open or not... but, here's a new site just launched. Made with Element: http://roblewlaw.com

Alos, the http://writing-essentials.com site in your previous list has been redesigned in Mobius.

Thanks for the great themes!
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Hi

I recently used your free theme Skeleton with lots of CSS edits and some extra plugins as a basis for design and build for a London music venue called Scala. I'm very pleased with the results.

scala.co.uk

I'm now working on another venue website and have just paid for the new Lightfast theme. Some framework themes are overcomplicated however I really love the simplicity yet versatility of this theme. The layout builder is especially simple yet highly flexible. I can see myself using this again. I love it already.

Thank you to all the clever people at Simple Themes.

Screenshot:
https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/M4PTKYGJQEicSc7FOL6m
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jillfo - 16 July 2015 01:05 PM
Hi tarah,
I'm wondering how you go the menu to appear as it is being displayed on your scala.co.uk site. It appears as if you have three columns set for the nav.
Thanks in advance,
Jill


Hi Jill

It's actually three separate menus

I set up two extra menus in Wordpress > Appearance > Menus
The default primary menu to be the first column and the two extra to form the centre column and the last (right) column
I edited the functions.php in to register 2 extra menus and to include them inside the theme's navbar
Then I added some custom CSS to style the menus and re-position them.

Hope that helps
Taragh
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