Here at Style Hatch we’re excited to release Calidor as our 12th and possibly most customizable theme yet! Virtually everything you see with the theme can be customized from background images to colors to Typekit fonts to layout options. Install it on your Tumblr blog for only $49.
As a bonus Calidor responds beautifully from large desktop resolutions down to smartphones. Go ahead, try it out on your iPhone or iPad.
With 11 color options and 4 image options Calidor’s customization options make the theme quite flexible. We added subtle touches like the locking navigation bar and small animated details that will help your blog stand out. To see how the theme design adapts to the browser size from high resolutions to mobile devices try resizing your window. Cool huh? We can’t wait to see what everyone does with the theme!
Check out our alternate demo site, Calidor Style, to see just how flexible the customization options are with just a few appearance changes.
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