Chipmunk is a responsive WordPress theme, tailored to meet the increased demand for curated content.
Carefully crafted with the user in mind, to aid in great content discovery. Have fun becoming a curator and influencer.
Chipmunk is fully responsive, built for an excellent experience on every screen size. You can enjoy razor sharp text, vibrant colors and crisp images on your retina and other high-density displays.
Grow your resource collection by allowing your users to submit valuable content to your site. You will be notified by email about each submission and will be given a link where you can review and publish submitted content. The Chipmunk theme comes with Google reCAPTCHA so you can be sure you won’t receive any spam submissions.
Connect to all your social media using 10 built-in social media icons for Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, Flickr, Vimeo, YouTube, Reddit and Product Hunt.
With Chipmunk, you can easily connect your Google Analytics account with WordPress by simply adding your tracking code. Want to grow your audience by building an email list? Nothing easier – just customize the form action URL provided by your email service of choice.
Change your website layout and overall look with built-in theme customization settings. Without any technical knowledge, you can adjust almost everything on your site. All that with real-time website preview showing your changes without page reload.
From font styles to the page layout. Easily change or adjust primary font and color, page layout, menus or disable unwanted theme functionalities. The theme options are conveniently spread over a number of tabs and each tab contains the options that pertain to a particular area of the theme.
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Africa Extended (AfricaX) is a Bitstopia Media Inc company. Bitstopia Media Inc is a digital first media company that seeks to engage our audience across multiple platforms. Through AfricaX, we empower and give voice to Africans and Africans in diaspora.