ALICE & TULLEY PROPHOTO 6 TEMPLATE
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Alice and Tulley is sugar and spice, and everything nice. Tiny details and cheerful typography mingle, creating a perfect frame to accentuate your photography.
Alice and Tulley features eight Page Templates:
• Front Page Template
• Blog Page Template
• Single Blog Page Template
• About Page Template
• Contact Page Template
• Investment Page Template
• Reviews Page Template
• Press Page Template
Alice and Tulley includes these features:
• Responsive Masthead Image
• Customized Contact Form
• Blog Page Featured Area
• Footer Design
• Unique Tile Overlays
• Social Media Icons
Alice & Tulley supports all of ProPhoto 6 Features, making any combination you come up with completely possible!
If you get a missing stylesheet error, that message indicates that you're uploading our design as a Wordpress Theme and not as a ProPhoto Design zip. Follow the instructions here for correct uploading.
THIS TEMPLATE IS COMPATIBLE WITH PROPHOTO 6 ONLY. DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, REFUNDS ARE NOT GIVEN. YOU MAY NOT RESELL, REDISTRIBUTE, OR USE THIS TEMPLATE IN ANY WAY OTHER THAN FOR YOUR BUSINESS.
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