U-Design WordPress Theme

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U-Design WordPress Theme .
U-Design is a very powerful theme which suits both, users with no as well as advanced developers. It will help you build your site in no time to your liking with minimal effort.

It empowers you to set any color to elements such as backgrounds, links, text, menu links, etc. You can completely change the look and feel of your site in seconds.

You can also choose from over 500 fonts, including Google Font Directory and Cufón fonts.

This number will grow with time since many are being added to the Google fonts library. The theme also features 6 (six) Home page sliders for you to choose from.

SEO () has been made a priority when designing the U-Design theme.

In the code , the main is placed before the sidebar regardless of the sidebar position, so it is crawled first by search engines.

Another very powerful SEO feature has been implemented regarding Heading (h1, h2, h3,…) tags in that on the Home page the ‘h1’ tag is assigned to the site name and the rest of pages/posts/archives etc., the main Title has been assigned an ‘h1’ tag.
Read a review by TopHatRank.com

Responsive & Mobile Ready!!! U-Design theme has a fully responsive layout. It fits perfectly on various displays and resolutions from regular to tablets,iPads,iPhones and small mobile devices.

Feel free to try it out! The theme offers two responsive menus, additionally you have the option to assign a different logo to be used for the of your site and more.

A note for those who do not require responsive layout, it is optional so they can disable it if they wish to.

In the theme’s SHOWCASE I’ve demonstrated a small fraction of what can be accomplished with the U-Design theme.

U-Design Template makes it easy to create a World class website with a unique style and clear focused message…
Seven Home Page Sliders
You will be able to upload and reorder slider images in the theme’s options page.

Slider Revolution Responsive WordPress Plugin – This is an incredibly versatile and flexible slider. It features tons of unique transition effects, an image preloader, video embedding, autoplay that stops on user interaction and lots of easy to set options to create your own effects.

The Revolution slider has been fully integrated with the “U-Design” theme.
Flashmo Grid Slider – Features beautiful transition effects. The slider can be configured entirely through the theme’s backend option’s page, no need to deal with any code or xml files. Very easy and convenient interface to control this beautiful slider.
Piecemaker Flash Slider – Customize every aspect of the slider through the theme’s options page, including being able to upload the slider images, re-order the slides (drag-and-drop), delete slides, choose from 40 different tween types, etc.
Piecemaker 2 Flash Slider – Similar to the Piecemaker slider with the exception that now you can add Flash and Video slides as well as unlimited number of transitions.
jQuery Cycle Slider Full Width Image – Slide controls available: pause, resume, jump to a specific slide.

Choose from 28 transition effects that could be assigned independently to each slide. Slide link with the option to open in current or new window. Also remove the 3D shadow option is available.
jQuery Cycle Slider With an Image, Text and Button – Slide controls available: pause, resume, jump to a specific slide. Choose from 28 transition effects that could be assigned independently to each slide. Link button auto generated with the option to open the link in current or new window. Also remove the 3D shadow option is available.
jQuery Cycle Slider With sliding Images and Sliding Text – Slide controls available: pause, resume, jump to a specific slide. The practical aspect of this slider is that it allows you to create dynamic interactive look of three sliding layers.
An additional “No slider” option has been added with the ability to add custom text in the place of the slider

Choosing Your Fonts & Colors:

Over 500 fonts offered (more info)
Unlimited combinations of colors (more info)
Background Images – You could also upload background images on per section bases instead of solid background color if you wish. (more info)

Custom Widgets:

U-Design: Recent Posts – Display the most recent posts with teaser text, author and date info (optional), you also have the option to offset the displayed recent posts from the most current one, use this to omit the first 2 or 3 latest posts for example. In addition to that the widget allows you to select a specific category and all its descendants respectively.

Limit the number of words to show from each post. Auto generate thumbnails and optionally show thumbnail frame shadow. The Thumbnails can have any width or height. In addition I have provided a shortcode version of this widget so that it can be used anywhere in the content, not just widget areas. Here’s an example.
U-Design: Login Form – Displays a login in the sidebar. Users can login and logout directly from the sidebar without being redirected to the default WP login page.

U-Design: Custom Category widget – allows you to display a single category and all of its descendant categories respectively.


This comes in handy for sections of the website such as the Portfolio or Blog/News, where you might want to narrow the categories displayed in the sidebar for the current section to be more relevant.
U-Design: Google Map – Copy and paste your Google map code to display a Google Map in the sidebar.
U-Design: Subpages – Displays a current pages’ children pages. The parent is displayed as the title. This widget is handy if you have a lot of pages that would normally take up too much room in the sidebar, so you could use this widget to display a much shorter version of the menu in the sidebar showing just the descendant pages of the current page.

Home page Columns with Widget Areas

There are 11 (eleven) widget areas. They are designed in a such a way to span the width of the page dynamically, e.g. if one column is deactivated, then the remaining columns will re-size to span the full width of the page, if let’s say only one column is active then it will span the full width of the page, etc.

Sidebar position

There are 12 (twelve) custom sidebars with positioning that could be set as left or right at any time from the theme’s Options page for each section (e.g. Blog, Contact page, Sitemap page, etc.) independently.

In the code hierarchy, the main content block is always placed before the sidebar regardless of the sidebar position, so it is crawled first by search engines.

Custom Sidebars

They go hand in hand with the available page templates (see below) and allow for customized look and feel for the various sections of the website.

Available sidebars: Portfolio section sidebar, Blog section sidebar, Contact page sidebar, Default page sidebar, Pages sidebar 2, Pages sidebar 3, Pages sidebar 4, Pages sidebar 5, Pages sidebar 6, Pages sidebar 7, Pages sidebar 8, Sitemap sidebar
Contact page

Pre-formatted Business Contact Fields – that could be entered directly from the theme’s Options page. This feature can be enabled/disabled from the Option’s page as well. The Business Contact Fields provide a way to better display additional contact information such as Company Name, Address, Phone, etc.
E-mail form:
Phone number validation (North America format) that could be enabled/disabled from the theme’s Options page (disabled by default).
Unobtrusive form validation (works with JavaScript ON or OFF)
The contact form offers ReCAPTCHA for extra security

Portfolio section
Unlimited Portfolio sections/pages.

You can choose from four layouts: one, two, three and four column
Auto generate portfolio thumbnails
You can add description to each portfolio item
Specify the number of items per page
Automatic pagination
Option to include/exclude date, post metadata and comments from the portfolio item’s individual post
Custom sidebar with widgets and sidebar position control for the portfolio item’s individual post
Sortable/Filterable Portfolios, you can filter by Category or by Tags, also sort by Alphabetical and Ascending/Descending order

Blog section

Blog section pages can have left, right or no sidebar (full-width) pages
Option to remove the sidebar from Blog, Archive and Single Post View pages independently
Option to set the post image/thumbnail dimensions (width and height) as well as the image alignment
Option to show or remove Post Tags and Author Name and to change the excerpt length


Refer to the Typography page for examples.
960 Grid system
This theme has been designed with the help of the 960-grid system – more info here
Unobtrusive Menu
Works if JavaScript is disabled. Multi-level deep support. You can enable menu’s auto arrows. Those are the arrows indicating a submenu. Also enable/disable drop shadows to the sub-menus.
Page Templates:

“Portfolio page 1 Column” template
“Portfolio page 1 Column Sortable” template
“Portfolio page 2 Column” template
“Portfolio page 2 Column Sortable” template
“Portfolio page 3 Column” template
“Portfolio page 3 Column Sortable” template
“Portfolio page 4 Column” template
“Portfolio page 4 Column Sortable” template
Blog page template
Contact page template
Full-width page template (no sidebar)
Sitemap page template
Default Template
Page Template 2
Page Template 3
Page Template 4
Page Template 5
Page Template 6
Page Template 7
Page Template 8


This theme is Internationalized (translation ready) – the theme has been updated to support translations in more than one language. We have included a (.pot file included to have the theme localized) Included Translations with the theme:

German Translation courtesy of Silvia
Italian Translation – courtesy Diego Meozzi – Cartabianca Publishing
Spanish Translation courtesy of Vicent Llopis
Dutch Translation courtesy of Jeroen van Beusekom
Polish Translation courtesy of Elzbieta Wozniak
Russian Translation courtesy of Marina Barayeva
French Translation courtesy of Suzanne Roy
Chinese Traditional (zh_tw) Translation courtesy of Sylvia Ho
Serbian Translation courtesy of Draganche Golubac
Danish Translation courtesy of Nikolaj Mackowski
Swedish Translation courtesy of Ola Walfridsson
Portuguese (Brazil) Translation courtesy of Lord Marcio Moreira
Turkish Translation courtesy of Web Tasarim PRO
Greek Translation courtesy of George Girtsou


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