Introducing Parallax: A Free Portfolio Theme for WordPress


Our sister-site MediaLoot has just released a new free WordPress theme for designers and other creatives. The theme, called Parallax, was designed and coded specifically for the needs of designers, developers, and other freelancers that need an online portfolio. Take a look below, and let us know what you think!

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Comments

  1. says

    It is a lovely theme. Definitely one for photographers and maybe artists etc… probably not for freelance webbies – unless you are so busy that you don’t have time to do your own site for the foreseeable…

    A web designer’s folio should definitely not be a default theme when possible – but it is a lovely looking theme :)

  2. says

    The home page slider works well and has a few different variations when changing from one image to another that makes it a bit of an eye catcher.

    I think on the portfolio page the filtering of images is smart, but I think once you view an image you should be able to have a next and previous button instead of having to close the image down and open another one up.

    I did notice there is an arrow pointing left next to the Facebook like button. I am sure this is a bug.

    I like the theme overall it looks very clean and professional. As mentioned in a previous comment I think photographers will have the most use out of this.

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