Esense is a multiconcept theme just released by Dynamicpress. It’s designed to be flexible enough to be used for business, blogs, ecommerce, portfolios, or more. And it delivers.

It’s nearly impossible to go over the full range of possibilities with this theme, so I’ll just cover the basics. It comes with a powerful and well organized admin panel to allow you to customize various things like the colors and text types, and the extremely powerful visual composer with over 40 elements, giving you a massive range of control, placing all kinds of icons, text boxes, grids, plugins, and far more wherever you want them. There’s advanced typography options as well, giving you not only a huge list of Google fonts, but also 1500+ icons, the ability to add more, and several other small details you can tweak. Also included is the Revolution Slider plugin, giving you a powerful and adaptable slider for a variety of uses.

The navigation options in this theme are extremely vast, the most prominent of which being the mega menu, a comprehensive tool that allows you limitless menu options. Multicolumns, images, HTML coding, even widgets inside the menu itself, all without the need for any extra plugins. But there’s several other options as well, with overlapping tob menus, overlays, animated menus, and yet more.

The list of possible layouts is just as long, with wide and boxed overall site layouts available and the control you have over all the various site elements. It’s WooCommerce ready as well, letting you sell things from your site. It also has the Events Calendar plugin to help you schedule all your events, and it’s translation ready and fully responsive as well, so your site can be accessed properly from anywhere. All of this still manages to have an easy installation process too, and wth this many features and options, Esense is a great theme for pretty much any kind of site out there.

You can buy it now from ThemeForest.
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Posted by Matthew Brown

Matthew Brown is a regular contributor to WP Theme Roundups.

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