Meeta – Free WordPress Theme


Meeta WordPress Theme

It’s been a while since I last reviewed or blogged about a WordPress theme so today I thought about sharing another nice freemium (free and premium-quality) WordPress theme. The Meeta theme was designed and created by my friend Pavel Ciorici of WPZOOM.

The Meeta WordPress theme is a simple and minimalistic theme that can be used for a whole lot of different purposes and can work with different types of blogs or websites. This theme runs on the recently released WPZOOM theme framework which is only available to premium WPZOOM themes so if you’re not a member of the WPZOOM theme club and would like to try it out, then you can grab a copy of Meeta.

Theme Features:

  • Responsive Layout
  • Custom Header
  • Archives Template
  • Custom Widgets
  • Shortcodes

Aside from the unique theme features listed above, the Meeta theme includes the following standard features available to all themes running on the WPZOOM theme framework:

Standard WPZOOM Features

  • WPZOOM Options Panel
  • Custom Menus Management
  • Threaded Comments Support
  • Custom Widgets & Features
  • SEO Options Section
  • Custom Page Templates
  • Developed for WP 3.0+
  • Custom Logo Input
  • Automatic Image Resizing
  • Internationalized & Localized
  • Custom Background Support

Screenshots:
Homepage
Meeta WordPress Theme
Post w/ Slideshow
Meeta WordPress Theme
Archives
Meeta WordPress Theme
Shortcodes
Meeta WordPress Theme

Meeta is an awesome WordPress theme not only because it’s FREE but also because of its simple yet beautiful design and the built-in premium-quality features thanks to the WPZOOM theme framework. To get access to the PSD file and/or support forums, you’ll have to join the WPZOOM theme club. Thanks to Pavel and the rest of the design team at WPZOOM for creating and sharing this theme to the WordPress community.

Preview or Download the Meeta WordPress theme from WPZOOM.

NOTE: This theme was scanned using the Theme Authenticity Checker and doesn’t contain any hidden or encrypted code.

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7 Comments

  1. Liz

    November 4, 2012 at 9:31 AM

    I love this theme however I am unable to get the RSS feed to work.

    Any tips?

    Thank you

    Liz

    • Liz

      November 4, 2012 at 9:36 AM

      To be more specific, this is the message I am getting from Feedburner:

      “The URL does not appear to reference a valid XML file.

      We encountered the following problem: Error on line 1: The processing instruction target matching “[xX][mM][lL]” is not allowed.”

      I’ve tried several plugins without any success.

      Thanks

      Liz

  2. MoOoH

    July 2, 2012 at 7:59 AM

    Is there anyone using that meeta theme ?
    Because, i tried the responsive layout function, and it didn’t work for me.
    I just installed that theme, and post a quick test post with some pictures. The main layout was OK, but my pictures were not resized :(

    Just reply to me so i can try to fix this ;)

  3. reese

    May 9, 2012 at 3:27 PM

    Is there a way to remove the title of the blog that shows up to the left of the header?

  4. Jack Sternfeld

    April 26, 2012 at 1:21 PM

    I love Meeta because it’s premium in quality and I love it even more when WPzoom offered it for free. I’m covering WPZoom’s free and premium wordpress themes after stumbling upon their themes. I’m still using Thesis though as I’m more accustomed to it.

  5. James Evans Palar

    April 24, 2012 at 11:59 AM

    The theme is so clean and beautiful.

    • JP Habaradas

      April 24, 2012 at 2:29 PM

      @James – It definitely is and best of all, it’s FREE! :D

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