The Pin theme is a top-notch solution with a beautiful Pinterest style, making it look similar to a magazine or social network. When a user lands on the page they can either edit, create, view or delete the posts. Therefore, it’s mainly a place for users to make frontend decisions and share their own internet discoveries with other people. The theme provides a social login module which we like for getting your users logged into the site within seconds. There’s also a full frontend submission tool, speeding up the process for those who have new content to share. The one-click demo installation comes in handy for developers, and the unlimited sidebars are essential for designers with organization on their minds.
The Pin WordPress theme offers a live search, meaning suggestions and useful information come down whenever a user punches in a keyword or half of a word. The live search moves people through your site in a more efficient manner, and the tags and filters combine with this for an impressive navigation system. We already talked about sidebars, but it’s also worth mentioning the 13 custom widgets. These are super easy to implement, and they provide functionality for everything from social media to content creation.
One of the final features we enjoy is the review system. The system not only has rich snippets for better search engine results, but it allows you to make money with your own little ads on the review pages. Overall, reviews and ratings can be written and displayed by you, and the widgets then aggregate reviews to make nice lists for people to stumble upon. For example, one of the widgets is for all of the latest reviews. Along with unlimited colors, Disqus comments and more, the Pin WordPress theme looks great.wordpress easy cart