It’s the holidays, which means there are plenty of presents to be given away. Take Dev4Press, for example, which shelled out premium theme licenses as part of a recent giveaway here on WPHub. The promotion ran from December 10 to December 20 and ended with three WPHub readers scoring a theme from Dev4Press on the house. We wish the winners and our entire community a very happy holiday season.
In case you missed out, here’s all you had to do in order to score a free theme of your own from Dev4Press. First, if you want to be eligible for any of our giveaways and also be up to date on the latest news and promotions from the WordPress world, make sure to follow @WPHUB on Twitter. For the Dev4Press contest, entrants had to compose and send the following 104-character Tweet: “Thanks to @WPHUB – I just entered the Dev4Press theme giveaway contest via http://wphub.com/dev4press-themes-giveaway”.
After 10 days, we randomly picked three winners, all of whom have been contacted to receive their free Dev4Press theme. Congratulations to Planete WordPress (@PlaneteWordPres), Jason David Pelker (@jpelker), and InspiredMagz (@inspiredmagz) on winning. By the way, according to his Twitter profile, Pelker is a “business consultant who helps individuals and small businesses make big website and marketing decisions.” He resides in snowy Chicago and has nearly 2,000 followers on Twitter.
Dev4Press is a smaller WordPress theme and plug-in operation, but its end product is anything but insignificant. We have reviewed a total of eight Dev4Press themes here on WPHub, including one called newsScape. This theme, which runs $40, is perfectly suited for news websites and is a cinch to set up. According to our review, “When you’re running a news site, the most important thing is that the widest possible viewership can and does see what you post, and this theme makes that very easy.” End users can even view news by metrics like “Popular,” “Recent,” and number of “Comments.”
For those who would rather showcase photos than news, check out photoScape from Dev4Press. According to our review, photoScape is ideal for the “photographer and visual artist that needs a professional web presence.” As you might expect, the theme puts images front and center. Large thumbnails exemplify the mantra “A picture is worth a thousand words.” If you’re in need of a website to showcase your camera work, make sure to look at our review of photoScape.
We’d like to thank everyone who entered our Dev4Press theme giveaway. We’ll be giving away even more themes, packages, plug-ins, and more to the WordPress community in the future on WPHub. In the meantime, happy holidays!