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tres chic prophoto blog site is here!

Like the layout of your favorite fashion magazine, the Très Chic ProPhoto theme makes your content look couture and clean. The grid layout of Très Chic incorporates snippets of your content and custom rollovers, drawing casual viewers into your blog posts. The design’s custom contact image, category buttons, grid fallback image, and search function combine with the uniquely designed sidebar for a completely bespoke look, without the expense of hiring a designer. A grid portfolio page with rollovers and a footer with featured images & other helpful info finish the look. And with the included fully-layered PSDs for all graphic elements, tweaking the site’s look is as easy as a trip to Photoshop. The included tutorial will set you on the path to success right away. Très bien! To coordinate your branding across all your platforms, check out the Très Chic Marketing Suite. Thank you to Sandra Bludau Photography, Simply by Suzy Photography and Untamed Heart Photography for providing the lovely sample images.




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