Sinensis | Simple and Readable Blog Theme

Sinensis is Beautiful, Simple, Retina Ready and Easy to customize. It’s built by high aesthetic of design. Sinensis is made for those who love to serve highly readable blog articles. It’s perfect for all kind of blog type. Recipes, Traveling, Fashion, Personal Stories, you name it.

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Sinensis | Simple and Readable Blog Theme


  • Responsive
  • Retina Display Ready
  • Built with best WordPress coding practices, clean code
  • RTL Support
  • SEO Friendly
  • DIsqus Comment System Compatible
  • Featured Post Carousel
  • Wide or Boxed Wrapper
  • Editor Style matched with front-end typography
  • 3 Sidebar Positions:
    • Right Sidebar
    • Left Sidebar
    • No Sidebar (Full Width)
  • Page Templates:
    • Full width
    • Full width with Wide Image Banner (with page title inside it)
  • Custom 404 Page Content
  • Post Formats: Gallery, Video, Audio, Quote, Image
  • Easy to Use Theme Configuration Panel
  • Hide/Show Top Bar
  • Hide/Show Secondary/Main Menu Bar
  • Customize site background
  • Easy Accent Color settings
  • Drag & Drop Footer Content
  • Dropdown menu
  • Custom Widgets
    • Twitter stream
    • Instagram
    • Flickr
    • Recent Comments
    • Recent Posts
    • Tags
    • Featured Posts Slider
  • Translatable with .po files included (default.po and ar.po )
  • Extensive Documentation

Minimum Requirements

  • WordPress 4.0 or greater
  • PHP version 5.2.4 or greater
  • MySQL version 5.0 or greater

Code Credits

  • Vafpress Options Framework
  • Animate.css
  • jQuery
  • Owl Carousel
  • Magnific popup
  • Instafeed
  • jflickrfeed
  • Symple Shortcodes
  • jQuery function toggle
  • Retina.js
  • Smoothscroll.js
  • jQuery prettySocial
  • FitVids
  • Foundation css framework

Image Resource for Demo Content:

Please note All images (CC Licence) were taken from this photographers Flickr, photodune and unsplash only for demo purpose. NONE of these images are included in Main Download File.


Sinensis | Simple and Readable Blog Theme

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v2.0.3 – 28 April 2015.

Fixed Vulnerability issue.

v2.0.2 – 22 January 2014.

+ add_theme_support( 'title-tag' ); for WordPress 4.0.1
+ Option for automatic slide (featured post slider)
+ Open Graph tags
+ Guide on instagram widget field's label on how to get Instagram User ID and your own Instagram Access Token

v2.0.1 – 17 December 2014.

Fixed author page bugs. file affected: author.php

v2.0 – 6 December 2014.

+ Added Features:
    |- Beautiful Big Full Width Slider
    |- Slider Type Option
    |- Slider Post Number Option
    |- Masonry Grid Post
+ Fixed 404 Sidebar Position
+ Code Clean Up. The code is now cleaner than before
+ Fixed "Choose File" media uploader button on theme options page
+ Fixed minor bugs
+ Fixed placeholder text on search. @see header.php

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Comments (1)

June 29,2019
Hello. I’m having trouble setting up analytics code in the theme. Tried using the Tracker Script area of the Theme, tried entering it manually .. google finds the code on the website, however, Analytics doesn’t record anything… Is there any code line blocking it?