Extinct – Retro Vintage Portfolio WordPress Theme

Extinct - Retro Vintage Portfolio WordPress Theme

WordPress 4.2 Compatible. Last Update on: 1 July 2015 | version 2.9.1 – Change Log

Extinct is a WordPress Portfolio theme delicately handcrafted to meet the needs of a creative agency or similar businesses. The name Extinct is derived from the fact that this theme is a celebration of old style, popularly known as Vintage and Retro style designs and incorporates various unique design elements inspired by these styles. It’s a result of our extensive study of design of countless actual Retro/Vintage style websites, posters, prints.

Extinct features an attractive and unique blog design and can be used to power blogs just as easily as portfolio or other content sites. Includes a number of shortcodes for embedding multi-column portfolio entries or blog summaries in any post/page. Additionally, there are advanced WP widgets included for listing recent blog posts, for featuring blog posts belonging to a specific category, listing popular blog posts etc.

FEATURED SITE – Spring Park Cornwall

NEW - Custom Post Types with intuitive admin UIs for creating and administering Team Profiles, Testimonials and Pricing Tables with shortcodes for easy insertion.

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Theme Features

  • Clean Responsive Design
  • Unique Appealing Style
  • Touch Swipe Sliders
  • Powerful Admin Options
  • Tons of Shortcodes
  • Multi-Language Support
  • Demo Site Sample Data
  • Unlimited Sidebars
  • 200+ options to customize the theme
  • 500 + Retina Icons
  • Responsive Revolution Slider, Flex 2 Slider and Nivo Slider included
  • Perfectly Layered PSD files
  • Child Theme included for easy Customization
  • WPML Compatible
  • Dedicated Support Forum


Thanks to Michael Schmid for letting us use his work: http://www.workdiary.de/

Change Log

Version 2.9.1
 Fixed - XSS vulnerability in prettyPhoto plugin.  Updated - Revolution Slider plugin.  
Version 2.9
 + Tweak - Updated TGMPA and Option Tree to address any security vulnerability.  + Fixed - The pricing archive prevented the user from creating a page with pricing permalink.  + Fixed - Ability to retain original images for single post page to help address HTTPS issue.  + Tweak - Optimized sample data.  + Updated - Revolution Slider plugin. 
Version 2.8
 + Fixed - Updated JQuery Smooth Scroll script to fix the bug where certain external links in the menu would not respond to user click.  + Fixed - WooCommerce displayed deprecated function notice in debug mode. The theme now loads the WooCommerce styles and then overrides them.  + Fixed - Image sizes in the settings tab of WooCommerce would get disabled due to filters provided by the theme + Fixed - Missing updated attribute warnings seen in Google Webmasters Tools + Fixed - Sitemap not displaying some of the portfolio entries + Fixed - The dribbble, vimeo, pinterest, behance social icons not displayed with social shortcodes.  + Fixed - Google maps not being responsive.  + Tweak - Updated Revolution Slider 
Version 2.7
+Added - Compatibility with 3.9. Modified TinyMCE shortcode builder to be compatible with TinyMCE 4 and 3 as well. +Tweak - Updated the shortcode builder for more detailed shortcode insertions +Added - Added detailed documentation for all the shortcodes in the source files +Added - Revolution Slider instance can be chosen for display in the home page from the theme options +Fixed - Enabled translation for some of the backend input fields and menu items +Added - Revolution Slider 4.3.4 update +Added - Option Tree 2.3.4 update  +Added - Ability to override the built-in classes in child themes +Fixed - Handling posts page setting in the WordPress Admin Settings->Reading tab.  +Added - Footer menu  and other minor fixes/tweaks.  
Version 2.6
+Added: Revolution slider update 4.1.4 +Tweak: The project description field is now shortcode enabled. +Tweak: Moved the revolution slider styling to separate CSS file to avoid being overwritten by slider demos +Fixed: The portfolio template pages showing warning messages when no portfolio category is specified for a portfolio item. +Fixed: The primary menu moving slightly outside the viewport in certain mobile devices +Fixed: WooCommerce stylesheets getting loaded even when the WooCommerce was not activated
Version 2.5
+ Added: Three new custom post types - Pricing Plan, Team Members and Testimonials with related shortcodes added. Makes it easy for users to create pricing tables, team profiles, testimonials through intuitive admin UIs + Added: Updated the demo content, shortcode builder and the documentation for the new custom post type shortcodes + Added: Revolution Slider update 4.1 + Added: Image preview for Portfolio custom post type  + Added: Vimeo, Dribbble and Pinterest social icons support in widget and shortcode  + Added: Improved demo data content  + Tweak: Removed portfolio ordering by order attribute. Now ordering is by date only
Version 2.0
+ Added: WooCommerce Integration + Added: Pricing Page with Pricing Table  
Version 1.2
+ Added: Option to disable read more button in blog posts + Added: A new admin menu to access most frequently accessed admin functions from the admin dropdown menu  + Added: Shortcode for fancy headings to avoid markup getting lost due to user edit + Added: Resetting the form upon successful submission + Fixed: Search entries were being formatted wrongly + Fixed: Thick border below the slider 
Version 1.1
+ Added - Options import/export and multi-layouts support  + Added - Background size option in theme options for backgrounds  + Added - Option tree update 2.1.4  + Added - Revolution slider update 3.0.93  + Added - Hover Social icons preload + Added - Ability to order the portfolio items in the portfolio pages + Fixed - Translation enabled for Ajax portfolio messages  + Fixed - Responsive maps for https URLs + Fixed - Made the RSS feed icon optional everywhere + Tweak - Sidebar fix to conform to WP API + Tweak - Moved all remaining responsive CSS - media queries to responsive.css 
Date: June 13, 2015