By Acty, March 8, 2014
The New Yorker is our tribute to the Big Apple’s gorgeous iconography and bold flexibility. Packaged with both dark and light versions, The New Yorker features a customizable header, togglable icons, and expansive social media integration. Richly textured, vibrant, and supremely easy to use, The New Yorker is a best-seller for good reason.
Light and Dark Versions
Since The New Yorker’s typography and layout are pretty meticulously structured, we’ve set it up with two preset color versions. A bright, newsprint-y Light version, and the ashen, nocturnal Dark version.
Header and Profile Icons
The New Yorker’s profile menu can be configured with either male and female sillhouettes.
Additionally, The New Yorker comes with three optional top icons (located above the header/banner): a classy, dashing mustache, the default lightning bolt, and a sultry pair of lips
The New Yorker also supports the use of a custom header icon, ideally sized at 44×44px.
The New Yorker’s accent color (used in quote posts and links) is totally customizable.
Header and Menu Customization
The Description, Latest Tweet, Profile, Likes, and Page menu text can all be customized with titles of your choice.
Social Media Support
The New Yorker supports easy URL and Username hookup to: Foursquare, Skype, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIN, Gowalla, Pinterest, Rdio, Apple, Vimeo, YouTube, Blogger, WordPress, Myspace, LastFM, Spotify, Behance, Delicious, Dribbble, and Squarespace.
The New Yorker also supports Disqus commenting, GetClicky, and Google Analytics.
Each one of our themes comes fully backed by our dedicated support team. We’re good people, with real faces, and we like what we do. We’ve also created a help centre, so you can get help at any hour of the day. Send us an email or tweet, and we’ll respond as soon as we can (PST).