Neutica+ is quite simply a ‘suped-up’ version of the original Neutica theme created over a year ago. Neutica+ is a much stronger theme both on the front-end and the back-end. The CSS for the front-end has been slimmed down to the bare minimum, which makes page loads much faster and editing easier. I also ported over the back-end to Thematic, one of the (if not the) strongest WordPress theming frameworks to date. That means Neutica+ and Thematic together make for a pretty slick theme design that can be used for almost any type of site. The Neutica+ theme options page also makes it a cinch to customize, while fixing a lot of the common issues/concerns that popped up in the previous version. Check out the demo, and if you like what you see, buy it now for only $1500.
Unfortunately, fthrwght cannot offer refunds on any purchases due to the nature of the product being sold. Please review the demo and information below carefully before you purchase this theme.
Neutica+ is Copyright © 2009 by Allan Cole. It is released under the GNU General Public License, version 2.0 just like WordPress.
Neutica+ uses three images sizes that lock into the Neutica+ grid. These sizes are automatically set when you activate Neutica+. Please note that these settings only effect the images that you upload after you activate Neutica+. For your reference, here are the sizes:
There are three sidebars included with Neutica+. These sidebars can be edited at Appearance > Widgets. Here’s a list of the available sidebar.
Note: When you activate Neutica+ for the first time, you will need to add the Neutica+ Page Menu to the top of the Leading Sidebar. (This will be done automatically in future versions)
There’s also an extra set of additional sidebars which can be activated on the Theme Options page.
There are a number of Theme Options that allow you to add a personal touch to Neutica+. These options can be found at Appearance > Neutica Options in the back-end.
Usage instructions can be found here. The default header provided can be used to display a randomized image. The header image(s) should be placed in the neuticaplus/header-images folder. Add multiple images to this folder to achieve a rotating, random header image that changes with each page load.
The header image(s) should be placed in the neuticaplus/header-images folder. Add multiple images to this folder to achieve a rotating, random header image that changes with each page load.
The logo can be customized by replacing the neuticaplus/img/logo.png file (for IE6 you will have to also replace the neuticaplus/img/logo.gif file). Included with this theme is a Photoshop file that you can use as a basis for your own logo. As a suggestion, the font Alte Haas Grotesk really gels well with the typography in Neutica+.
Neutica+ is distributed AS IS. fthrwght and Allan Cole will not be offering support or customization help. Please make sure that you have followed all of the instructions to the smallest detail and make sure that you are using the latest version of WordPress.
WPQuestions is a problem-solving community for WordPress, ideal for users seeking quick, succinct answers they can't find in any WordPress forums. I’d recommend running your most pressing Neutica+ questions by the experts at WPQuestions.com
The Themeshaper Support Forums is also a great place to find information about using and tweaking child themes within this framework. The WordPress Support Forums is another great resource for everything related to WP and theming — I am sure you will find answers to almost all of your questions using these three resources.That said, here’s my email, if you’d like to get in touch with me. ;-)