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Web Content Studio 2018 – Web Content Studio 2018

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Isn’t it time you stopped chasing Google’s Algorithm and just gave Google what it wants?  It’s a novel idea, huh?

It certainly allows me to sleep easier at night knowing Google likes my content and wants to push it to the top of the SERPs.

Forget the old style keyword-focused SEO where you pick a keyword phrase you want to rank for, and optimize your page around that specific term and a few of it’s synonyms.

That type of SEO does not work anymore, and can get your entire site penalized or removed from Google!

Since 2005, I’ve been using my own methods involving theming content.  At first, SEOs laughed at my “naivety”.  What I was doing at the time was way above and beyond what was necessary at the time, but it worked.  I didn’t care that my methods were flying under the radar of other SEOs.  My strategy was, and still is, build for the future, not just the here and now.  In truth, my methods were light years (in internet terms) ahead of the competition, and only known to my newsletter subscribers, and early adopters of Web Content Studio, which was released in early 2009.

Today, Latent semantic indexing, LSI, theming (all the same thing), is common practice and generally accepted.

Don’t let the term LSI confuse you.  It simply means that words and phrases don’t exist in isolation.  For any topic you want to write about, there are specific theme words and phrases that are expected to be on the page.  If these words are missing, the content cannot be very good.  For example, if you were writing a review of the Nikon D300 SLR camera, you don’t focus on the keywords “Nikon D300 review”, you work in related words and phrases like these:

We’ll look at LSI and theming a little more in a moment.  But first,  I have a myth to dispel.

My Web Content Studio software was released several years ago (and has had several hundred updates since) to help website owners create well themed content.  Some people think that because the software was released so long ago, theming and LSI are no longer relevant in modern SEO.   I recorded a video to show you the evidence.  Not only will you see just about every single page in the Google search results obeying basic LSI techniques, but you’ll also see evidence that LSI is becoming more important to ranking, not less.

But how exactly do you take advantage of this knowledge?  How do you create content that uses LSI for better theming of website content?

Here is another video.  In it, you’ll see:

The truth is, Google is looking to wipe out ALL content from the SERPs if it has been “engineered” to rank well by optimizing around specific keywords.  Using a keyword phrase 3 to 5 times every 100 words within an article is just not natural.  It used to be that Google wanted these “hints” to tell it what a page was about, but today, it considers this type of keyword focused content as spam.

Web Content Studio was created at the end of 2008, beginning of 2009 to help webmasters create content a different way – a way that mimics natural writers.

Suppose you identify the phrase “how does insulin work” as one go want to rank for.

The old keyword-focused method would be to get that phrase into the title, H1 header, opening paragraph etc.   Reading the article, you’d know what phrase was being targeted by the webmaster because you’d see it repeated where it wasn’t actually necessary.  In other words it was FORCED into the content in an attempt to get it to rank for that phrase.

A medical expert would write about “How does insulin work” naturally without focusing on specific keyword phrases.  The exact phrase might be used, but only where it makes sense to do so. There would be no requirement to get that phrase into the body of the article.  Instead, the article would be written naturally, with words and phrases being used when they were needed, in the context of the best possible article on the topic.

The article would no doubt have words like: blood sugar, glucose, insulin, regulate, pancreas, blood, circulate, liver, muscle, beta cells, secrete, globulins, etc.

These are the theme words and phrases that would be REQUIRED in an authoritative article on the TOPIC “How does insulin work”.

In one method, you concentrate on one main keyword phrase (OK, you sprinkle in synonyms as well), whereas in the other, you concentrate on the topic.

When a journalist is given a brief for a new article in a magazine, do you think they are told to write around the phrase “blue widgets”?  Or is it more likely they’ll be told to write an article on “how blue widgets make our lives so much easier”.  See how the first one is keyword-focused, and the second one is theme (or topic) focused?

This is how you need to start thinking about content.

In a conversation I had with Michael Campbell when I was developing Web Content Studio back in 2008, he reminded me that:

“People may not remember that Google didn’t create AdSense. They bought the semantic technology from Applied Semantics back in 2003”.

You can read the press release here

Pay particular interest to this paragraph:

“Applied Semantics is a proven innovator in semantic text processing and online advertising,” said Sergey Brin, Google’s co-founder and president of Technology. “This acquisition will enable Google to create new technologies that make online advertising more useful to users, publishers, and advertisers alike.”

The press release goes on to say:

“Applied Semantics’ products are based on its patented CIRCA technology, which understands, organizes, and extracts knowledge from websites and information repositories in a way that mimics human thought and enables more effective information retrieval”

So, Google certainly has access to technology that can help it understand words on a page in much the same way as a human.

But how does knowing this, help us?

Well, we need to think like a human when we develop content 🙂

Does an article written by an expert in a field repeat the same phrase at a density of 1%? 2%? 5%?

They will write using the words and phrases that the NEED TO USE in order to write the best possible article on the topic.

This software will tell you the words and phrases that you NEED to use, on ANY topic, as if you were an expert.

It does this by analyzing the top ranked page in Google for the term you are targeting and bringing back the words and phrases used on those pages.  After all, if Google is ranking them well, it must think they are the best articles on that topic.

If you think about the content you write on your site, do you come across as someone who knows the topic you are writing about? Would someone actually learn anything by reading your article, or is it published on your site just to try to get an Adsense click? If someone started reading your article, would they want to read the whole thing, or would they think that the article was total fluff, and click the back button?

If Google’s technology can mimic human behavior, then your content must be written for humans.

Suppose you have identified the following phrase as having good potential – copper kitchen sinks – and you want to write an article on it.

What words would be expected in a good quality article on copper kitchen sinks?

Well 5 or more of the top ranking pages in Google include the following 25 words:

copper, sink, sinks, model, kitchen, bath, hammered, bathroom, Mexican, design, finish, custom, craft, hand, round, tile, finishes, bowl, drains, small, style, apron, farmhouse, double, bar.

Looking at that list, don’t you think you’d need to use most of those words?

Let’s look a little closer at Google’s Results Pages as there is something that many people miss.  We’ll use the phrase “copper kitchen sinks” as an example:

Google says there are 1,150,000 competing pages for this term.  Well that really isn’t what that number means.  That 1,150,000 pages is the number of pages Google knows about that are written on the topic of copper kitchen sinks.  If we scroll to the end of the search results for this phrase, we get to this page:

Highlighted in yellow, it says that Google only really found 200 pages that offered any value.  The other 1,149,800 pages are not included because they are TOO SIMILAR to the 200 displayed results.

That’s quite interesting, isn’t it?  But where it gets more interesting is that EVERY search phrase has a similar cut off.  You’ll find that Google always returns a very small set of pages for any query, usually in the range of 150 – 600 results.

You may be thinking what’s so interesting about that?

Well, by analyzing random pages, I have found that on average,  ALL of these included results have one thing in common.  They contain a high percentage of ESSENTIAL theme words.

Let’s look at a real example.

The search phrase Astigmatism returns around 5.5 million pages:

However, scrolling to the last page of results, Google only seems to rate 146 pages:

 Let’s consider the top 10 pages first, then we’ll look at those ranking lower down.

All of the top 10 pages that rank for the term “astigmatism” have the following words within their content:

astigmatism, cornea, eye, health, lens, surgery, vision

That should not really be a surprise, but what if I told you that the following words appeared on at least 9 of the top 10 results for the search phrase Astigmatism:

causes, common, contact, lenses, refractive

Also, the following words appear on 8 of the top 10 pages:

care, conditions, corneal, errors, eyes, front, help, keratoconus, light, medical, shape, symptoms, treatment

.. And at least 7 of the top 10 pages had these words:

adults, blurred, center, children, clear, degree, disease, farsightedness, focus, nearsightedness, occurs, problems, retina, surface

Compiling this into a list, 7 or more of the top 10 pages include the following 39 words:

astigmatism, cornea, eye, health, lens, surgery, vision, causes, common, contact, lenses, refractive, care, conditions, corneal, errors, eyes, front, help, keratoconus, light, medical, shape, symptoms, treatment, adults, blurred, center, children, clear, degree, disease, farsightedness, focus, nearsightedness, occurs, problems, retina, surface

That is 39 theme words found on at least 7 of the top 10 pages.

Could it be as simple as thinking that quality content includes a core set of theme words & phrases? I think so, and I’ll show you why I think that.

Google only rates 146 articles for the phrase astigmatism. 4.26 million other pages on this topic are not deemed worthy of showing you.

Let’s look at an analysis of random groups of pages taken from those 146.

For the test, I randomly picked groups of URLs to analyze.  These are the positions of the chosen URLs from the 146 results shown:

Position 1 – 10.
Position 41- 50 .
Position  81 – 90.
Position  111-120.

Disclosure:  I removed some URLS from this analysis to sites like Amazon and Youtube which tend to rank for any term, based on their huge authority.

Here is a summary of the results:

Do you notice that even those ranking at the bottom of the search results contain a large proportion of the theme words?

The reason all of the web pages included in the results page contain these words is because these words are ESSENTIAL to the topic of the search term.

Do you think this is an isolated example I have chosen?

Well here are some other examples:

Search term: Diabetic alert dogs

Google shows just 299 results for this term at the time of writing.

For this search phrase,  Web Content Studio identified the following 33 theme words which were found on 6 or more of the top 10 pages:

trainers, program, mission, medical, person, state, level, scent, right, learn, puppy, form, help, dad, diabetes, trainer, provide, work, type, act, day, use, low, diabetic, training, support, trained, service, train, alert, high, age, dog

Here is the summary table of the results, showing the position of the web pages tested and the percentage of theme words used.

Search Term: Gestational Diabetes

Google returned 383 results for this search term.

For this example Web Content Studio recommended the following 47 theme words:

american, baby, birth, blood, body, care, complications, control, delivery, develop, diabetes, diagnosis, diet, disease, eating, family, food, gestational, glucose, health, healthy, high, insulin, level, low, medical, medicine, normal, oral, pregnancy, pregnant, problem, resources, risk, screening, second, sign, skin, sugar, symptoms, test, time, tolerance, treatment, type, weight, women

These 47 theme words were found on 7 of the top 10 pages in Google that ranked for the term gestational diabetes.

Here is the table of results:

In this case, the pages in the main index averaged around 70+% of the 47 theme words.

I could go on with more examples, but I think you get the idea. From the work I have done, I have seen time and time again that the pages in the main index, on average, are well themed around a core set of theme words.

This is actually what you would expect from a quality article if you think about it.

Imagine writing an article on gestational diabetes…

If your article was to be informative and cover the topic, you would have to include words like:

baby, birth, blood, body, care, complications, control, delivery, develop, diabetes, diagnosis, diet, disease, eating, family, food, gestational, glucose, health, healthy, high, insulin, level, low, medical, medicine, normal, oral, pregnancy, pregnant, problem, resources, risk, screening, second, sign, skin, sugar, symptoms, test, time, tolerance, treatment, type, weight, women

Without most of these words it’s impossible to write a good article on the topic.

I am hoping that a penny has dropped as you have read this page.

What you have seen here is that Google is ranking well-themed, quality content in its main index. In fact, even those that are ranked at the end of the main search results are of a good quality. If your content is not well-themed, you better hope your site has huge authority to help it rank.

I have been working with themed content since 2005.  It’s my not so secret weapon in getting my own content ranked.  My newsletter subscribers have heard me drone on about it over the years.

Theming a page automatically “optimizes” your page for long tail phrases.

Google has changed what information it gives you, so that you often don’t get to see what keywords your pages are being found for.  However, remember that I have been theming my content for years, so I still have data I collected before Google started hiding keywords from us.  The following screenshots are taken from real sites of mine:

 In the last month, this page was found for 247 DIFFERENT keyword phrases.

In the last year, it has been found for…

…. 1632 DIFFERENT long tail phrases.

Let’s look at one more example from the same site:

 In the last month, this page was found for 260 DIFFERENT keyword searches.  In the last year, it was found for…

.. 3078 DIFFERENT keyword searches!

Those pages ranked for a huge number of different keyword phrases, naturally.  The only reason they were so successful in sucking in the long-tail traffic was because they were well-themed, and contained all of the relevant theme words.  The same theme words, incidentally, that make up the long-tail phrases themselves.   Yet as you can imagine,  very few (if any) of the long-tail phrases the page ranked for were found on the webpage itself.

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Project—X Presentation Template for Envato Authors

Project—X Presentation Template for Envato Authors


You don’t have a second chance for first impression. Make a difference with your Theme/Project/Plugin presentations.

Project-X is a completely unique presentation template (psd) for Envato authors. Project-X provides you to present complete theme, project or plugins that you prepared for Themeforest or Codecanyon.

Demos, main options, screenshots, installing/introduction videos, user reviews/rating, support/documentation, changelog, frequently asked questions.With areas we prepared carefully, you can easily present all details of your projects,you can put forward the features you prefer.

And more…

PSD Files

These layered PSD files are compatible with Adobe CS5 and later.

  • 01_index-v1.psd
  • 02_index-v2.psd
  • 03_index-v3.psd
  • 04_index-v4.psd
  • 05_index-v5.psd
  • 06_index-v6.psd
  • 07_projects-v1.psd
  • 08_projects-v2.psd
  • 09_projects-v3.psd
  • 10_project-details-v1.psd
  • 11_project-details-v2.psd
  • 12_project-details-v3.psd
  • 13_full-changelog.psd
  • 14_services-v1.psd
  • 15_services-v2.psd
  • 16_project-planner.psd
  • 17_about-v1.psd
  • 18_about-v2.psd
  • 19_alll-feed.psd
  • 20_contact-v1.psd
  • 21_contact-v2.psd
  • 22_contact-v3.psd
  • 23_header.psd
  • 24_footer.psd
  • 25_ui.psd

Note: All images are just used for preview purpose only and not included in the PSD files

Main Features

Project-X has a complete developer friendly layout, titled and classified layers between current gaps are specified with pixels: take a look »

  • Modern and Creative design
  • Easy & customizable PSD files
  • Free fonts (google font), icons used (font awesome)
  • Designed on 1170px grid system
  • Grid lines included
  • Full width 1920px
  • All icons and shapes are vectoral
  • Well organized layers makes it very easy to update
  • Named groups and layers
  • Extended documentation
  • 25 Fully & Accurately layered .PSD files

Support and Credits

If you need any help, feel free to contact me anytime. I will reply in 24 hours.
Send a mail from my Themeforest Profile |  Facebook | Twitter

Photo Credits

Free Fonts Used (google fonts)


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Pixel - Responsive Bootstrap HTML5

Pixel – Responsive Bootstrap HTML5


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Pixel is a agency and corporate theme. Its simple and clean HTML5 & CSS3 Template. Its a full responsive theme built with Bootstrap.

Click here for WordPress Version

Features

  • Build with Bootstrap
  • Full Responsive Theme
  • 3 Different Sliders
  • 17 HTML Templates
  • Homepage Layout 1
  • Homepage Layout 2
  • Homepage Layout 3
  • Portfolio 2 Columns
  • Portfolio 3 Columns
  • Portfolio 3 Columns with Sidebar
  • Portfolio 4 Columns
  • Single Page Portfolio
  • Blog
  • Blog Post
  • Services
  • About Us
  • Pricing Tables
  • Full Width
  • Shortcodes
  • Contact
  • 404
  • Have fun with it…


Skyray - Business Presentation Retina Theme

Skyray – Business Presentation Retina Theme


Responsive premium WordPress theme

Thank you for choosing CosmoThemes and purchasing one of our Premium WordPress Themes – your choice is greatly appreciated!
Skyray is a retina-ready, responsive theme using a powerful drag-and-drop layout builder intended to power business and corporate presentation pages, product description or landing pages.

Drag and drop template builder

You can use the template builder to display any content type you wish on any page: category posts, tags, banners, team groups, testimonials, latest or featured post, widgets, even individual posts.
For each added element you can choose how to display your content: carousel, filter, load more button or pagination and sort the content by date, likes, number of views, etc.
You can also choose your layout: full width or with sidebar and enable the mosaic, grid, thumbnail or list-view.
The template builder is also available for each post / page so you can add elements on your individual posts following the same rules as for template builder.
When you initially install the theme, you will already have 3 default templates in your list:
– Mainpage that is assigned for your Mainpage layout
– Default that is assigned for your Archives by date, Post format, Post type, Attachment, Author, Categories,Tags, Search layouts, etc.
– Posts that is assigned for your Pages, Posts and Gallery Layout
Each template is comprised of the following areas: Header, Content and Footer.
Each of these areas contains several so-called elements: Logo, Main menu, Log in menu, Slideshow, Widgets, etc
Thus, the general rule for Templates is to divide content in areas and add desired elements in custom places at user´s will.

Multiple layouts – List view, grid view, masonry view, thumbnail view

You can have multiple blog layouts: grid view, thumbnails view or list view and choose between the image resize method: resize or crop.
You can use the narrow or large port-view layout by simply ticking the corresponding setting from backend.
Not the least, you can add background images for individual posts or for the whole site. The theme comes with several predefined background patterns, as well.

Built-in “Like” system

Enable the “Like” feature to let users easily access faved posts and raise their rating. When a certain post reaches the limit of 50 likes it will become hot. The like limit can be changed from backend while the number of likes for all posts can be randomly generated.

Tooltip helpers

Ever wondered how to tell your users of a specific feature or important message on your site? You can now achieve this with theme’s built-in tooltip manager. You can use it on every single page on your site being able to add an infinite number of such hints.

Responsive theme

Skyray is a responsive theme. It uses a framework that permits the site to be accessed on all mobile devices, including iPad, iPhone and Android powered tablets.

Human time

Enable human-time to let users know when the post was added. Switch back to the native WordPress time format from settings.

Facebook and default comments

You can either enable the default comment system or opt for the Facebook comments.
Add your Facebook application ID so you can moderate comments.

Sidebars and widgets

The site uses unlimited sidebars for you to be able to insert as many widgets as you need to get the most of your theme: Categories with icons, Content tabber (hot posts, new, comments, tags), Flickr, Twitter, Latest posts, Social media, Top authors, Submit content.
Select a different layout for each of your posts: containing a left sidebar, a right sidebar or displayed full-width.

Social media ready

All posts have built-in social-media share buttons that users can click and promote any content of your web site. Enable or Disable them for any particular post or page.

Powerful backend

Skyray comes with a revised powerful back-end to let you control all sites option without the need to hack or customize your own features.

Other features

The theme also uses built-in breadcrumbs, dropdown menus, image resizing, 100+ shortcodes, built-in related posts and social-media sharing, and comes with an extensive documentation to help you get started.
The Revolution Slider presented in the demo is not included in the archive

Translatable theme. Internationalization ready

Skyray comes with a .PO file that allows you to translate the theme into your language. Follow the instructions from documentation.

Support:

If you happen to face some difficulties with this theme, consider to use our support that is conducted through the CosmoThemes support forums: http://cosmothemes.com/forums

Support for all the themes will be available only at the support forum.

Changelog

version 0.8 Sept 14, 2015)
-UPDATE: Wp 4.3 widget API update

version 0.7 June 26, 2015)
– UPDATE: deleted Cosmo API deprecated function;
– UPDATE: Deleted deprecated function CosmoNews();
– FIX: PrettyPhoto security update;
– FIX: XSS scripting;
– FIX: Twitter widget: multiple instances fatal error;
– FIX: image background upload;

version 0.6 February 14, 2015)
– Fixed shortcodes due to WP 4.0 update;

version 0.5 June 27, 2014)
– wp 3.6 compatibility;
– fixed boxes alignment in columns;
– modification due to the username change from ThemeForest;
– deleted useless code that was making requests to ThemeForest’s API;
– renamed the hook “masonry” into “newmasonry” due to WP 3.9 update;

– fixed category/tag issues;
– fixed repeating image in portfolio slider on some theme configuration;

version 0.4 December 5, 2013)
– fixed child theeming;
– WP 3.6 compatibility;

version 0.3 August 2, 2013)
– fixed child theaming;
– added WP 3.6 compatibility;

version 0.2 (July 6, 2013)
– fixed 404 error for missing img
– added portfolios
– fixed warning related to twitter widget
– fixed accordion shortcode
– fixed portfolio and feature archives
– fixed some jQuery Migrate deprecated functions
– updated twitter widget to be compatible with API 1.1


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Design Studio

Design Studio


Colors Design Studio is a clean, simple and responsive HTML template suitable for creative portfolio, design studio, business, corporate design, creative, fullscreen, responsive design, personal website, clean website.
Style and Features:

  • Full Screen Design
  • Fully commented HTML and CSS for easy customization and understanding
  • Supports all major browsers (IE 7/8/9, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari) latest versions
  • Jquery Flashy Effect
  • Background Music
  • Unlimited Image Gallery
  • Jquery Form Validated
  • Easy to Customize
  • Vector Logo
  • Ready to integrate in Word Press


Monster's Adventure -Eclipse and Android Studio & BBDOC file -ADMOB -Share and Review Buttons

Monster’s Adventure -Eclipse and Android Studio & BBDOC file -ADMOB -Share and Review Buttons


PS: For the FIRST You can Publish it without change Graphics IT will be the first in any store..

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How To Play:

• use the buttons to move farward , lmake a jump and you can also shoot enemies

• try to avoid all the enemies

•Collect Coins And Unlock all worlds

Features:

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What You Get:

1.Buildbox File

2. ECLIPSE and ANDROID STUDIO PROJECT

3. Documentation File PDF file

4. Support 24/7.

How To:

– Import Project Into Eclipse Engine .

– Change package name in AndroidManifest.xml.

– How to Change Graphics game.

– Configure Admob Banner and Interstitial.

– Update You Rate and share Url.

– Export the apk file.

all in documentation

PS: For the FIRST You can Publish it without change Graphics IT will be the first in any store..

Thank you





Maison - A Modern Theme for Architects and Interior Designers

Maison – A Modern Theme for Architects and Interior Designers


Theme Features

  • Easy-to-Use Powerful Admin Interface
  • One-click import of demo site
  • 12 predesigned homepages
  • Practical inner pages
  • Large collection of custom shortcodes
  • Multiple customizable layouts for portfolio lists
  • Portfolio Masonry lists
  • Portfolio Gallery lists
  • Multiple hover styles for portfolio lists
  • Multiple customizable layouts for portfolio single items
  • Portfolio Single classic layouts
  • Portfolio Single slider layouts
  • Portfolio Single gallery layouts
  • Portfolio Single masonry layouts
  • Portfolio Single full screen layouts
  • Portfolio Single custom layouts
  • Portfolio Image and Video Lightbox
  • Portfolio Slider shortcode
  • Portfolio Project Info shortcode
  • Stacked Images shortcode
  • Expanded Gallery shortcode
  • Various infographic shortcodes
  • Vertical Split Slider shortcode
  • Team shortcode
  • Blog List shortcode
  • Blog Slider shortcode
  • Elements Holder shortcode
  • Countdown shortcode
  • Cards Gallery shortcode
  • Full Screen Sections shortcode
  • Product List shortcode
  • Product Info shortcode
  • Product List Carousel shortcode
  • Product List Simple shortcode
  • Clients Carousel shortcode
  • Clients Grid shortcode
  • Testimonials Slider
  • Call to Action shortcode
  • Pricing Table shortcode
  • 4 Header types
  • Standard Header
  • Vertical Header
  • Minimal Header
  • Divided Header
  • Multiple Header behaviors
  • Side Area
  • Styling options for elements
  • Integrated Search
  • Optional separate logo for Mobile Header
  • Separate styles for Mobile Header
  • Optional separate logo for light and dark header versions
  • Optional separate logo for Sticky header type
  • Header Top and Header Bottom Widget Areas
  • Parallax images in sections
  • Customizable Mega Menu
  • Anchor functionality for One Page sites
  • Video and image backgrounds in sections
  • Visual Composer page builder for WordPress included ($34 value)
  • Slider Revolution Responsive WordPress Plugin included ($25 value)
  • Variable grid size
  • Back to Top button functionality
  • Multiple customizable blog layouts
  • Blog Masonry Layout
  • Blog Standard Layout
  • Custom Post Formats: Audio, Video, Standard, Gallery, Link, Quote
  • Social Share functionality
  • Content Entry Animations
  • Twitter feed widget
  • Instagram feed widget
  • Social Icons widget
  • Customizable Footer with 1-4 Columns layouts
  • Footer Top and Footer Bottom
  • Smooth Scroll
  • Child Theme included
  • Custom Widget Areas
  • Responsive Design
  • Retina Ready
  • 5 icon font packs
  • Translation Ready
  • WPML compatible
  • Contact Form 7 compatible
  • WooCommerce compatible
  • WooCommerce Dropdown Cart widget
  • Highly customizable typography settings
  • Separate typography settings for responsive
  • 800+ Google Fonts

Change Log

Version 1.3 – March 14th, 2018

- Added WooCommerce 3.3.3 compatibility
- Added compatibility with PHP 7.2 
- Updated Visual Composer to 5.4.7
- Updated Revolution Slider to 5.4.7
- Updated Envato Market to 2.0.0
- Fixed deprecated create_function

Version 1.2.1 – January 19th, 2018

- Updated Edge CPT to 1.0.2
- Fixed minimal menu dropdown issue
- Fixed portfolio category archive page

Version 1.2 – January 11th, 2018

- Added WooCommerce 3.2.6 compatibility
- Added Envato Market plugin as required
- Added recommended plugins (WooCommerce and Contact Form 7)
- Updated Visual Composer to 5.4.5
- Updated Revolution Slider to 5.4.6.4
- Updated Edge CPT to 1.0.1
- Improved menu import functionality
- Fixed potential security issue when saving theme options
- Fixed header misalignment on latest chrome version
- Fixed lightbox not opening on portfolios loaded with load more button

Version 1.1 – July 14th, 2017

- Added WooCommerce 3.1.1 compatibility
- Updated Visual Composer to 5.2
- Updated Revolution Slider to 5.4.5.1
- Fixed portfolio list gallery type responsive for mac
- Fixed https problem with links

Version 1.0.1 – May 22th, 2017

- Fixed php 7.1 notice
- Fixed minor bugs


Crazy Math + Admob (Android Studio + Eclipse) Simple Quiz Game

Crazy Math + Admob (Android Studio + Eclipse) Simple Quiz Game


Main Features

  • Only For Phone Recommend 16:9 
  • AdMob Banner and Interstitial
  • Share buttons
  • Rate Button
  • Review Buttons
  • Simple Quiz Game
  • Up to 60 Quiz Generate Randomly (Easy + Medium + Hard )
  • Online Leaderboards + Game Services

This File Includes

  • Crazy Math Eclipse
  • Crazy Math Android Studio
  • PNG Icon Crazy Math
  • All Assets Included
  • Documentation Files

Tutorial Build APK

Eclipse : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WP4He0O7L7o 

Android Studio : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3YzugaxTQo

Thanks You!

Hello There , Thanks For View this Post , and I hope you buy this item and if you need help or want to request game template from me you can contact me . Hope this item make you intrested :D

Version 1.0.0 
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Lie Detector Prank + Admob Ads (Android Studio + Eclipse)

Lie Detector Prank + Admob Ads (Android Studio + Eclipse)


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Description

Lie Detector prank  application that determines truth or lie with your finger
 
Download APK

Features

  • Android Studio project 
  • Eclipse project
  • Admob integrated
  • Modern design
  • Easy Code (with comments)

And more…

Feedback

For any questions please contact me: rustlestd@gmail.com

Screenshots

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