Bring your site into the spotlight with Cerauno, a free magazine theme.
New Theme: Cerauno
It’s a beautiful day for a new theme! Today, I’m happy to present a free magazine theme, Cerauno.
Cerauno is a polished, user-friendly theme designed by Mel Choyce.
In Mel’s words:
I designed Cerauno with subject bloggers in mind, like food, fashion, or travel bloggers. I wanted to make a theme for someone who’s been blogging for a little while, but wants to boost their traffic and bring their site into the spotlight with a clean and authoritative design. I’m so excited to see it launch!
With plenty of options to tempt and tantalize, Cerauno is sure to please. Add secondary content in up to five widget areas, brand your content with a Site Logo or Custom Header, include links to your favorite social networks, and add Featured Images to grab your readers’ attention.
Cerauno is also responsive, stretching or shrinking to accommodate any screen size.
Check out Cerauno on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site from Appearance → Themes!
- Jun 11, 2015 @ 4:00 pm
Is it wordads compatible?
Thank you for this great theme. It is exactly what I was looking for my personal blog!
Hello Miss Caroline! I am one of the thousands of users that have started using Cerauno, and I have to say, it has been AMAZING! Before Cerauno, I have tried countless of times to find the perfect theme for my content and blog and have failed. This one is great because it allows the user to add a lot of widgets, sidebars etc. without it looking cluttered and disorganized! It is also quite appealing visually, and enables people to use Logos as sit titles to personalize the blog! Thank you! 😀
I am going to try it on my new blog site. It looks so good
Hi CM. Nice theme. On the demo page there’s a typo I believe: “Wide Angle Lense” (the ‘e’ at the end of ‘Lens’?).
… unless it’s something ‘arty’ of course 🙂
It is excellent, I think. It would be even better if one small column (widget/side bar) is on the left hand side of posts content. Now these both are on the right. What do you think?