WPExplorer claims that the WordPress theme of their own creation is called Total for a reason. Let us take a close look at this fully responsive multi-purpose theme and check out if the features justify the claim.
Total packs Drag and Drop page building, live customization, unlimited color options, premium sliders and absolute ease of use into one complete theme. This theme is compatible with Visual Composer, WooCommerce, bbPress, Gravity Forms, Yoast SEO, W3 Total cache, Events Calendar and Poly-lang Translation for multilingual sites.
In addition to Slider Revolution, LayerSlider 5 and powerful the template manager, Total also includes Templatera. That’s a total of $83 premium plugins within in a theme that sets you back by only $59 and has notched up sales of over 12,000 and a 5 star rating.
To pick features that make Total an outstanding theme,
- Most features can be turned on and off at will at the powerful theme panel. Under Construction page, Recommended Plugins notice, theme skins, custom image cropping, custom widget areas, favicons and more can all be managed.
- Built-in payment gateway, responsive adaptation to mobile devices, and display galleries in combination with WooCommerce compatibility makes for setting up an online store in no time at all.
- You can import demos and build and customize your site based on it.
- With the Visual Composer page builder, adding pages in the front end or back end of the website is made easy.
- A theme customizer helps you preview changes to your site instantly.
- Built-in color pickers help create any color scheme.
- Updates almost in tandem with automatic WordPress updates.
- An extensive menu can be built with the Mega Menu.
- Many header styles – horizontal, vertical, overlay, and an optional top bar.
- Custom post types readily available.
- More than 680 fonts and hundreds of icons to choose from.
- Compatible with most browsers, built for Google page speed and SEO-friendly.
Being multipurpose, Total caters to many niches. Let us check out how different example websites have used Total.
Help Me CV
Help Me CV is a small firm that helps in writing job specific CVs keeping the employer’s requirement in mind and matching skill sets with that requirement, to ensure that you are the right fit for the job. The monochrome header is broad with the logo centered in the middle and has been retained in all the pages. Contact form and social media buttons are at hand always.
Golden Services lends a hand to those who find it difficult to take care of household maintenance all on their own. A contact facility by way of a call-out form is available on all pages, so that you can reach out to them from wherever you are on their website.
Coastal Christian is the website of a preparatory school of the same name. The header, content area and footer all appear in a boxed format. The homepage carries images on a slider and the individual pages carry smaller static images. The example website appears neat on the Total theme, with all the pages appearing in a custom background.
Washington Technology is an organization working towards being the unifying voice of technology in the Washington area. Their homepage has many sections and there are multiple sliders on it. Videos are also present in some sections, sometimes within an image on the slider. An events calendar and live tweets are in the footer area.
Ivan Real Estate
Ivan Real Estate caters to the Greater Toronto area. The homes have been photographed beautifully and arranged in horizontal sections in the content area. These sections cover and uncover the underlying image as you scroll up and down the homepage. This interesting layout has been designed with Total.
An online game portal where you get to pick a winning team, Fantasy Pick has a sectioned layout in the homepage. This page also has images and animated elements, while the other pages have been kept purely functional. The header and footer stay constant on all the pages. The website uses the Total Child theme.
Started by Luke Vernon, this venture helps to get high growth companies and talented professionals in touch with each other. The homepage carries blog posts arranged in two columns and the sidebars in the remaining pages leads to a load of information. This website also uses the Child theme from Total.
Jason Chan has put together a lot of resources which will help setup an online store. His website is minimalistic and informative, with the blog page carrying numerous, well-ordered posts.
Manukya is the website of Melanie Sylla. She seeks to help people who are into healing others. Named after a rich, fragrant, essential oil, the homepage of this website is rather bare, with most of the action in the pages that follow.
Laurel Whole Plant Organics
Laurel Whole Plant Organics is a flower and herb-based facial care line. They used the Total Child theme to showcase their products with a great deal of color in the pages of their website. The header and footer remain constant in all the pages.
Heritage Custom Windows
If you want well-designed windows for your home, Heritage Custom Windows promises to arrange it for you. The homepage has windows on display in sliders that transition in multiple ways – slide, flip, rollover, or zoom out. Floating call to action buttons are sure to catch the visitors’ attention.
Sarah Jane Perman
Sarah Jane is a wellness expert and invites us to join her in a journey of transformation. The header and footer are kept to the minimum and her stylized name appears boldly at the top in all the pages of her website. The boxed content is in a custom background.
Euro Floors London
Euro Floors London are hardwood flooring specialists. The image of their showroom appears repeatedly in the slider in the homepage, making you feel that you are walking through racks of floor tiles. The footer is designed to appear like a wooden floor. The numbers displayed in the number counter and the clients carousel will inspire confidence and trust in potential buyers.
Karchner Western Art
Denny Karchner has been an artist all his life, first with pencils and now with paint. He has showcased his latest work in acrylic in his Total-themed website.
Want to take a ride in the clouds? Just visit Paradise Helicopters’ website. The video on the homepage is a great experience for a visitor as he or she moves through the skies, over volcanoes, and just above the seas. The view from the pilot’s seat, videos, images and interactive map are sure to catch the attention of adventure seekers. This website is the one that Themeforest refers to, to showcase the full range of Total’s capabilities.
Global Lasers manufacture and sell laser equipment to a wide industrial spectrum. The images on the slider in the homepage are uniform in color, perhaps to remind a viewer of a laser vision. The images transition in multiple interesting ways. The Mega Menu from Total has been well utilized to organize the content in this business-heavy website.
Good Company is in the business of relationship insights that aims to find the right cultural fit between job seekers and employers. The color scheme is pleasant to the eyes and the icons have been chosen with considerable thought. The menu is placed at the side and can be called out with a single click.
While Isla Sleeps
Isla Sleeps is a fabric-based product shop, and their website comes gift-wrapped to the visitor. The custom background for the boxed content is a wrapping paper. Their handmade products are displayed on the image slider as well as in a grid, and the places where you can shop for their products are displayed on a carousel.
Pilates Fusion is the venture of Katherine Murray. The studio’s facilities and services are showcased on the Total Child-based website. The blog posts with small images are carried to the footer.
Yorkshire Building Services
Yorkshire Building Services are providers of mechanical and electrical solutions for all environments. Their homepage is minimalistic, with the blog carrying a load of good reads that can easily be called from the sidebar.
LED Waves is a manufacturer of high-end LED lights which are energy efficient and long lasting. Zoom in and rollover images on the slider give the viewer a peek into their work spaces and products. They have used sharp images, short videos and uniformly colored call to action buttons to highlight their products and solutions.
Frames Now makes picture framing easy. You can reach them easily with the help of sticky buttons that stay on the website, even as you scroll. The website itself is framed on Total.
Web Growth Academy
A web based resource for online marketing covering everything from content marketing to web analytics, the website of Web Growth Academy is based on Total. The landing page has a full screen image and a header that shrinks as you scroll down beyond the image.
Alis Fashion Design
Alis Fashion Design is into making custom clothes and bridal gowns. Their website has a broad header and footer, with the top section of the content devoted to a layer slider. Their services, blogs and unique creations are in the sections below. The homepage also supports a video from Vimeo.
Green Standards helps manage corporate office surplus by diverting it to hundreds of community organizations. Their website uses Total, if you haven’t noticed.
A truly clutter free and pleasing website, with just a logo, a photograph, 5 huge icons, a simple menu and very little text on the homepage. All information are in the pages. The website appears in a boxed format within a rather plain background.
Genesee Office Interiors
A women-owned business enterprise, Genesee Office Interiors carries this certification in the broad footer, with nothing else in that space to divert attention, except the address. Their services are highlighted with icons and their manufacturers are displayed in grid format.
Montgomery Technologies offer technology management for premier office buildings. The homepage has a slider with the images falling into place vertically in parallel stripes. Client testimonials above the footer slide in horizontally, and the services they offer, as well as the news items, are in grid format in the pages within.
Odlums is a small business with a devotion for baking. The website is on a custom background and their products are all on the pages in the footer region. A section of the homepage supports videos of Odlums on television.
The Rolling Storm
This is a travel blog, and all the sights and food from around the world are displayed on the Total-based website. A tour of the website makes you feel that you have just traveled around the world in under a few minutes.
A visit to the website examples listed here will convincingly show that Total is multipurpose and can be used by many niches to express themselves. Have you used Total? If we could have your Total theme example website details, we will drop by.
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