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Dante

Dante
94%

Dante is one of the most popular business WordPress themes currently on ThemeForest. With the clever use of outstanding web fonts and the amount of features it comes with you can’t go wrong with this theme. If you are looking for a theme that does everything for you and gives you unlimited customization options then give this template a go.

General Test of Dante

  General Test Item Pts Pass Fail
1W3C Compliant - HTML2 
2Browser Compatibility - IE71 
3Browser Compatibility - Firefox2 
4Browser Compatibility - Chrome1 
5Support from Designer2 
6Post area - Proper Image Alignment1 
7Post area - Floating Content1 
8Post area - Auto Adjustment1 
9Post area - Nested/Threaded Comments1 
10Sidebar - Auto Adjustment1 
11 Special Effect: Page Builder, Retina Ready 2  
  Totals 15 15 0
  Theme Score     100%

SEO Test of Dante

  SEO Test Item Pts Pass Fail
1W3C Compliant - HTML1 
2Home page Heading SEO1 
3Post & Page Heading SEO1 
4Post & Page Title Tag (Title as seen in SERPs)1 
5Content Code Position2 
  Totals 6 5 1
  Theme Score     84%

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Theme Score

GeneralSEOOverall
100%84%94%

Theme testing in such detail is a tedious process. We try our very best to present the most accurate information about the theme. We need your help: if you find a discrepancy in any of the items we tested above, please leave a comment below and tell us what is wrong. We'll look into it and make correction if it is our mistake. If you are a user of this theme, feel free to leave a comment and share with us your experience with the theme. Notice: Some of the links on ThemeGrade are affiliate links which means we may receive a commission if you click a link from here and ultimately purchase the product. These commissions allow us to keep ThemGrade free.

One Response

  1. JOhnny Boy says:

    This theme is way too complicated to configure and so many basic items are incredibly difficult. As of this writing, I’m still trying, after 2 hours, to figure out how the heck to get ANY kind of sidebar to display.

    The documentation is average — good in some areas, lacking in others. For instance, there’s 10 different header types, but nowhere does the configuration screen explain what they are, how they look, or what’s what.

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