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Theme Review: Filtered, a Clean and Professional Responsive Portfolio Theme

This is my review of the Filtered WordPress theme by a company called ThemeTrust. Check out my review of another one of their themes called Hero. Filtered was released quite some time ago but it recently underwent an overhaul and is now fully responsive.

In the review, I take a look at the theme's core features, I then shift to an overview of the theme's admin panel giving you the chance to see what sort of options it comes with and then I finish with a look at the demo version of the theme.

To me, this is one of the better responsive portfolio themes available at the moment. It's uncluttered and clean and makes good use of image integration. It's easy to use and navigate and its blog template is very well put together. I would like to see more layout options with this theme, particularly for the front page and the blog. Integrating optional sliders with text and video support would be a huge plus. Giving users the option to switch sidebars and image sizes on the blog would also be nice.

As it stands thought, Filtered is a simple and professional responsive portfolio theme that can be put to a multitude of uses from a personal blog to a corporate website. Check out my review and let me know what you think about theme.

Written by Will Ellington

Originally from the UK, I currently live in Osaka, Japan, where I work in higher education. I’ve been a WordPress user since 2004 and have developed numerous projects with it over the years. Wpliving is a place to share things i've learnt along the way, and to explore innovations in WordPress too.

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  1. Thanks very much for the tour around this theme! It’s very helpful. In this theme is it possible to customize the home page so that the page ends below the slider and tagline, i.e., can you do away with the portfolio field on the main page?

    Thanks very much!

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