I am disappointed … The new child theme Pro magazine is visually empty, poor level design … It looks like a framework of the framework. The version before was beautiful, but the news is so empty … I stay with the old version of the Magazine child theme. Why such a design error in the new version?! One of the two themes included in WordPress is much more beautiful, it means that there is a problem with the new child theme Magazine Pro …
I am very disappointed and I do not know if I will continue with Genesis in the future …
I guess tastes differ. I was never that thrilled with the previous version, but I think the current Magazine Pro is beautiful.
I just upgraded one of my sites from Magazine to Magazine Pro. It looks great to me and because it is now html5, it’s definitely faster. Take a look: http://fontlifepublications.com/
I love the new one and agree with the above poster’s response. I have this theme installed but have not got around to using the homepage widget’s yet. I need to add more images to blog posts before I play around with the homepage setup.
I still want to tweak the theme myself which I will get around to this week. HTML 5 theme’s are awesome.
I’ve been waiting over a month for Mag Pro and am busily trying to break it. I love the crisp sharp look. Go big or stay home. It needs a dash of color, maybe, but this is where some great images and some deft .css in menus, section headers, and headlines can make a difference. do have questions about the font-family Icon, and use of Roboto and Raleway. BG et al had a reason for choosing those so would like the back story on that is possible.
Ha! Definitely different strokes…, etc. I took one look at Magazine Pro and said, “there’s my next blog.” I’m going to break it out as soon as I finish my current project.
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