CadabraPress Magazine WordPress Theme is Loaded with Features

January 28, 2012 · 13 comments

by Lars


WordPress was originally designed for being the ultimate publishing platform for bloggers. However today WordPress in not only the most popular blogging software – it is also invading other publishing areas with great success. It is quite common today to see business website (typically referred to as CMS), shops, community/member sites etc. build using WordPress. Even for online magazine publishing WordPress is growing really strong.

CadabraPress the latest WPZOOM theme is offering users a professional and elegant display of articles and it is packed with a lot of nice features for getting started fast with a theme. WPZOOM is in my opinion the WordPress Premium Theme vendor with the best and largest collection of magazine style themes. If CadabraPress is not right for you I’m sure their site is worth a visit anyway.

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Lets start with taking a look at the theme look and feel. It is really light and clean, but at the same time it make good use of the space available to provide a lot of information – as expected for a magazine style theme. The featured news area is special with space for four articles one with large title image and three with smaller thumbnails.

CadabraPress the latest WPZOOM theme

One of the really nice features of the theme is the navigation. It is split up into three menus where the one at the top includes a quite unique and great looking login box.

CadabraPress login template

The menus have great looking drop downs in different colors.


According to WPZOOM the CadabraPress theme have more features than any other theme they have created. Below I’m listing a few of the new features that really differentiate this theme.

  • Featured Carousel
  • Tabs with Featured Categories
  • Video Carousel
  • The theme provides 7 Custom Widgets, like: Recent Comments (with avatar), Popular Posts, Flickr Photos, Video Widget, Recent News (with thumbnail) and a widget which will allow you to create Tabs from your favorite widgets.
  • Custom Login Form (as illustrated above)On the screenshot below you can see some of the features in action.

    CadabraPress the latest WPZOOM theme

    The CadabraPress theme also have custom templates for archives giving readers easy access and a good overview.

    CadabraPress the latest WPZOOM theme

    From the post page it is possible to choose custom layout for the individual post. This is quite useful e.g. if you have a post where you need to show large images or want the reader to have special focus on the content with no disturbing elements.


    WordPress Options Pages

    To make it easy and give you optimal flexibility without need for coding the CadabraPress includes the WPZoom options panels.


    You can check the options panel out here and see more details.

    Relevant resources

    We have published several articles on this topic and if you did not find the theme you where looking for I recommend you continue your search in one of the articles below.

  • { 6 comments… read them below or add one }

    ahmed rafat April 8, 2013 at 4:39 pm

    very nice wordpress theme . tahnk you for sharing


    Louis Vuitton Handbags Discount March 4, 2012 at 3:32 pm

    thanks for sharing.. very nice..


    Vinamain January 30, 2011 at 3:44 am

    cool theme!


    Lucian December 11, 2010 at 12:58 am

    But you still have to do a thing that was already done and is used by a lot of blogs already: plugins.


    Mark "Chief Alchemist" Simchock November 8, 2010 at 1:56 pm


    One, ease of use.

    Two, compatibility.

    One + Two = Three, support. It’s much easier when you’re in control of all the pieces.


    Lucian November 7, 2010 at 5:46 pm

    I’m wondering why wordpress theme developers want to code advanced features for themselves and not let the users use plugins already made for this.


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