Dulce – A Tumblr Style WordPress Theme
Dulce is a tasty, premium WordPress theme solution designed & developed for personal and professional microbloggers.
With Dulce, it’s all about versatility. The theme supports seven post formats, offers four color variations, boasts three options for gallery posts, provides an easy to use theme options, features a custom designed audio player and more. If you’re interested in offering your readers a smart-looking, user-friendly, stylish, intuitive and creative driven blog, look no further.
Dulce was built, from the ground up, to include many of the sought after features in a premium WordPress theme including:
Compatible with WordPress 4.0+.
Supports 7 Post Formats: Link, Audio, Video, Image, Gallery, Status & Quote
Post video content with oEmbed. Preview your video from your WordPress editor.
3 different options (2 jQuery slideshows or a grid gallery) for displaying your gallery posts.
Built in lightbox effects on linked images using Fancybox.
Fully localized with .po and .mo file included
Well written and easy to understand User Guide
4 color variations
2 WordPress 3+ Menus.
Main menu supports drop downs 2 levels deep.
4 widget ready sidebars
2 custom widgets
Twitter Feed Widget
Flickr Feed Widget
Intuitive, easy to understand Theme Options, powered by the Theme Options Framework
Two page templates (Default & No Sidebar)
Built in pagination. No plugin required.
Using Tiny MCE Styles drop down for applying custom styles to your content. No shortcodes to remember! Available post class styles include:
Right Pull Quote
Left Pull Quote
Editor Styles for posts and pages. No more guessing what the content will look like on your live site.
The theme will work just fine without our list of recommended plugins. But, if you would like to extend Dulce’s functionality, as we have in the demo, you will want to download and install them. Each plugin has been hand chosen and vetted for compatibility and stability and, though we cannot guarantee someone else’s work, we firmly stand behind these recommendations:
by Heiko Rabe (if you need to translate the theme)