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ThemeFuse

There’s a new kid on the premium WordPress themes block, and it’s name is ThemeFuse. I first came across this new premium WordPress theme provider about two months ago, when one of the co-founders sent me an email and introduced the company to me. I checked out their website as well as their theme gallery and really liked their work. Their WordPress themes were well designed (real premium quality design), had lots of features and they had their own custom theme framework.

To give you an idea about the company, here’s their first blog post and promise to their customers:

ThemeFuse was born from the passion for the things done right in every way. Starting from the original design concepts filled with details in every pixels, continuing with the clean code of the WordPress themes, and finishing with the best AfterCare Support there is.

Welcome to our world, where it doesn’t matter if you have WordPress skills or not because we help each and every one of our customers to bring their online presence to life with cool features like our 1 click auto install, video tutorials and AfterCare Support directly from the developers of the wp themes. It’s time for a change in the premium WordPress business.

We founded ThemeFuse because we wanted to shake up the premium wp industry, and show that wp themes companies don’t have to just keep making the same themes over and over again to be successful. We believe that the users want to try new themes, original themes, so it’s time to step up and bring some originality into the mix.

Here are some of the premium themes currently offered by ThemeFuse:

Creative Juice
ThemeFuse Creative Juice Theme
Web Studio
ThemeFuse Web Studio Theme
Envision
ThemeFuse Envision Theme
My Journey
ThemeFuse My Journey Theme
Clean Classy Corporate
ThemeFuse Clean Classy Corporate Theme

Each theme has it’s own unique features and options but all ThemeFuse themes have the following standard features:

  • Dynamic Sidebar Widget Creation
  • Feedburner Ready
  • Auto Image Resizing
  • Cross Browser Compatible
  • Jquery Image / Video Lightbox
  • Font-face custom font
  • Custom Widget (Multiple Instance)
  • Custom Widget (Prefix with Fuse)
  • Image Thumbnail Custom Field
  • Javascript enabled tabs

Users who purchase a ThemeFuse theme also get access to their AfterCare Support Center which contains complete documentation for all themes and a dedicated support forum to submit theme-related issues and problems.

ThemeFuse sent a copy of their Clean Classy Corporate theme for me to try out. With that, I was able to get a glimpse of the back end/options of the theme. When you install a ThemeFuse theme, it will have it’s own section in the WordPress Dashboard (below Comments section) from which you can install a full or demo version of the Fuse Framework or get access to the online documentation and support forum. With the Fuse Framework, each ThemeFuse theme has a unique, massive back end CMS that enables the user to customize the theme in many different ways and come up with the best setup to suit their specific needs.

ThemeFuse premium WordPress themes are available via Standard License (single theme license) worth $49/each and Developer’s Package (access to all themes) for $249. PSD files are only available when you purchase the Developers’s Package.

The folks from ThemeFuse has also given me 3 vouchers (3 single theme licenses worth $49/each) to giveaway here on JaypeeOnline. I’ll post the giveaway details soon so watch out for it. If you’re decided to get a theme now, ThemeFuse is currently offering a $10 discount to those who’ll LIKE their Facebook page. To get their latest updates, you can follow ThemeFuse on Twitter or Facebook.

Check out ThemeFuse premium WordPress themes

DISCLAIMER: JaypeeOnline is an affiliate of ThemeFuse.

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8 Comments

  1. JP Habaradas

    March 8, 2011 at 1:30 AM

    @Santelmo – I see. Good for you! Well, you’ll have another chance to win ThemeFuse themes. :D

  2. Santelmo

    March 8, 2011 at 1:28 AM

    @jaypee: i just commented on the contest page of Hongkiat.com, and viola! i won 1 of the 5 Themefuse giveaway ^_^

    im excited to join your contest ^_^

  3. JP Habaradas

    March 4, 2011 at 11:55 PM

    @Ron – Yes, their designs are clean and fresh looking. Theme providers who produce good quality products will always be a welcome addition to any community.

  4. Ron

    March 4, 2011 at 11:51 PM

    Looks good to me. Clean and fresh design as well. ThemeFuse looks good even though they are still a rookie in terms of WordPress themes.

  5. JP Habaradas

    March 4, 2011 at 7:55 PM

    @Jhay – That’s right. Their themes right now are for sites that want a CMS type of look and functionality within WordPress. It would also be nice if they can release magazine and portfolio type themes, don’t you think?

  6. Jhay

    March 4, 2011 at 7:50 PM

    The designs really give a CMS-look to a blog instead of a typical WP theme, even for premium ones. It’s a nice break from what the rest has been offering.

  7. JP Habaradas

    March 4, 2011 at 2:50 AM

    @Santelmo – Really? That’s cool! How’d you win the theme? Btw, I’m gonna be giving away 3 licenses here soon so if you’re interested you should join. :)

  8. Santelmo

    March 4, 2011 at 2:47 AM

    i actually won a single theme license from them ^_^ i gave it to my online friend who was designing my food blog at the time in blogger. she chose the creative juice ^_^

    if ever i win again, i would give it to my sister who plans to start a travel and food blog in the future.

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