Three new PrestaShop themes GTmetrix optimized

We are happy to announce that we are now releasing three new PrestaShop themes that are all GTmetrix optimized and focused on speed.

You may be aware or not, but the latest trend in PrestaShop themes is to have very highly optimized themes for speed (loading times) and other PageSpeed and YSlow score optimizations as reported by GTmetrix.

We will do an follow up article discussing more in details various aspects of those optimizations, so stay tuned, but as many of you have requested it, we deliver.

PrestaShop themes GTmetrix score test page.

All the themes comes with the Mega Menu module and you can use it to create amazing menus and sub-menus, our advanced theme configurator module which allows you to customize not only one or two primary colors but many other elements such as buttons, menus, header and footer colors, layouts, Google fonts, animations control and more.

Furthermore we also have added our HTML menu module, so you can create custom banners, sliders or any other content that you may need for your store. There are over 30 prebuild class templates, with different positions, effects, transitions and animations, mouse overs and others that will make your content really stand out.

PSD PhotoShop templates are also included for easy creation of banners, sliders, logos and more with the right size. Everything is nicely packed with very detailed User’s manual that will help you master the themes and get most out of them, and if you have any troubles our support team is here to help you out.

Don’t forget that there is still six days left in our Oktoberfest promotion where you can buy all the themes with 30% discount including the new ones.

You can check out the themes in the links below, and if you have good ideas about our next PrestaShop themes, or you just want to share your opinion feel free to give us your thoughts in the comments bellow or on our contacts page.


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