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If you’re a site administrator you’ve probably heard the news about Google’s April 21st update that will affect the ranking of mobile search results, giving priority to mobile friendly websites.
This means that you have only a few days left to prepare your website and make it mobile friendly, if you haven’t done so already.
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Major Theme Update: PhotoNote 2.0

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We have big news for everyone using PhotoNote theme or planning to buy it! The theme has recently undergone a major re-design along with many new features and improvements.

Photonote Theme

PhotoNote 2.0

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Introducing 3 New Plugins

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If you are already a WPZOOM customer, you may have noticed that most of our themes are bundled with different custom widgets. The most common widgets are the ones related to social networks.

Today we want to announce the release of 3 new plugins: Social Icons Widget, Twitter Widget and Instagram Widget. Each of these plugins are free and work with any theme, not just with our themes.

Let’s take a look on what each of these plugins does:

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Step into the right direction with our new Compass Theme

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It’s theme release day here at WPZOOM and this means that it’s a good reason for us to celebrate together with you! More than a year has passed since we haven’t released a magazine-styled theme and today we decided to break the ice with our new release.

We are pleased to announce our new theme – Compass.

Compass Theme

Compass

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New Plugin: Customizer Reset

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With every new WordPress version, numerous features are being added to the Theme Customizer, and it seems that in the future you’ll be able to change everything in the theme from one page: widgets, colors and even menus.

We’ve already implemented numerous styling options and other theme settings in our latest two themes: Angle and Capital, and one thing that we found that’s missing in the Customizer, is an option to reset everything to default settings.

Luckily, we’ve provided a solution to this problem by releasing a new plugin called Customizer Reset.

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