The Full Frame WordPress theme hits on quite a few creative requirements for a simple, yet stunning, portfolio. First of all, the Full Frame theme displays a large, elegant slider that takes up most of the screen. This slides through your photographs with ease, and it allows you to type in some of your own written content to explain them. The theme is most suitable for photo bloggers (like travelers or food bloggers,) photography businesses or freelancers, and anyone who needs a more visual portfolio. A stand out feature involves the backend customizer, which actually gives you a frontend, real-time view for making changes to your site without having to hit the Preview button every time. A benefit of the Full Frame theme is the fact that it can be translated into multiple languages, so people from all over the world can take advantage of the theme.
When you take a look at the theme’s demo, it shows how you can have featured content by utilizing columns, images, and text. Behind each module like this you have the option to insert parallax image backgrounds, which are one of the more lightweight effects you can have on a website. The featured content module serves as your primary portfolio, where users can click through and view more information on your brand. Other than that, the Full Frame theme is fairly basic, with clean and modern blog posts, options to add widgets in the sidebars, and threaded comments to generate conversation between you and the customers. You’ll also find some custom colors, sticky posts, and multiple post formats, all stuffed into a tidy little packaged.