Zerif Pro is a lovely single page theme from ThemeIsle, and it has a slick and fun parallax scrolling feature, you can use custom content blocks to keep your site looking fresh and to keep all of you content front and center, easily accessed by your readers. That creates a user engagement that will help draw in new customers and retain your old ones too. Zerif Pro also has the perfect site design for websites that don’t need multiple pages. Sometimes, a one page design is plenty and Zerif Pro makes the most of that single page, with a sharp looking layout, integrated contact form, custom content blocks for the homepage and more. Zerif Pro is the premium version of Zerif Lite, which is among the most popular free WordPress themes around. Now, Zerif Pro adds some features that aren’t available in Zerif Lite, but both are responsive and have that same great single page design that people go wild for.
Zerif PRO is highly adaptable, responsive WordPress one page WordPress theme and a delightfully modern option for a corporate site, portfolio, merchandise showcase, digital agency, freelance designer and more. Basically, if you value modern design and ease of use, and you’ve been looking for a one page design that perfectly fits and highlights your content, you’ll love Zerif Pro. The theme is Search Engine Optimization friendly to make your site easy to locate Google, Yahoo and any other search engine on the planet. Maybe even some that aren’t on the planet yet, how about that?
You can easily customize this theme by changing various color schemes, fonts and more. It’s a really powerful one page theme with enough flexibility to be a real all-purpose theme. I’ve heard from some folks who are a little bit nervous about drag and drop themes, since the learning curve can be a bit steep at the beginning, so I decided to personally test Theme Isle’s setup (it uses the Site Origin Page Builder) and I can say that it’s pretty intuitive. The descriptions are clear and straightforward and I think that it shouldn’t be too much of a challenge for you, even if you’re a bit of a beginner at WordPress.