Meg Nicholas

WordPress Theme – Orchid

Posted: May 23, 2013

Wordpress Theme - Orchid

WordPress Theme – Orchid

This is a beautiful and colourful WordPress theme based on the colours of the blazing pink and peach orchid. Featuring a traditional layout, it supports custom menus and supports numerous widget areas.

With the support of the Twitter Bootstrap framework, it is fully responsive to all media. It will look just as good on a mobile and tablet as well as on a desktop.

This theme is compatible with WordPress Version 3.4 and above and it supports custom backgrounds, and custom headers.

All the image graphics and icons bundled with this theme are created by the author and licensed under the GPL.

Featured in the Best Free & Premium WordPress Themes of 2014.

Supported browsers: Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari and IE9+. Some css3 styles like shadows and rounder corners are not working on IE8.

For  free support on using this theme, please contact me.

6 thoughts on “WordPress Theme – Orchid

  1. sofia

    Hi Megan, I bought your template about 2 years ago, it was also called orchid but the layout was completely different and it change without notice. I have lost all my photos and posts from the past years’ I had a portfolio set up with various photos which I can’t find any more. How did this happen? How can I recover all the information on my website and the template I used to have?

    1. admin admin

      Hi Sofia,
      The theme you bought two years ago wasn’t this one. Somehow it has got confused with this theme probably because they both have the same name. To go back to the the theme you purchased you will need to download it again from the site you purchased it from or if you have a backup of the theme then upload it back to your site.

  2. Judi

    Hi Megan. I ‘m using your theme for my new web site and would like to have
    removed from the bottom of all of the pages. Can you please tell me how to accomplish this?
    Thanks ever!

    1. admin admin

      Hi Judi,

      The footer areas have been filled with default widgets. Go to ‘Appearance’ -> ‘Widgets’ and place whatever you would like to see there instead under the ‘Footer Left’/’Middle’/’Right’, this will override the defaults.

      Thanks Meg

      1. Judi

        Thank you so much for such a quick response. I’m not wanting to replace them with another widget, I just want those same three widgets that show up on every page to go away. Can I do this? Thx!

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