Review: Salutation Responsive

Salutation Responsive

Score Ranked 415 out of 500 possible points.
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UX / Usability
UI / Design
Browser Compatibility
Product Support
Product Pricing


Drag and Drop Layout Manager
Using the drag-and-drop “Layout Manager” you can create custom layouts for any page or post. Attach custom headers and footers to your layouts and interchange them as needed. This provides incredible flexibility so that you decide how your site looks instead of the theme deciding for you.

Contact Form Builder
You can add custom fields to your contact forms from the admin options. Any number of custom fields can be created and attached individually to any form. Includes options for custom validation, custom error messages, CAPTCHA and more.

Unbranded White Label Admin
An unbranded administrative interface with options to add your logo to the admin as well as and other company details, set permissions to restrict client access to theme options and more. To disable access to advanced developer features you can optionally hide the developer panels before turning the site over to your client.

Sidebar Generator
Create unlimited sidebars and add them to your custom layouts. You can also insert sidebars directly into any content area using a special shortcode!

Coded with Care
The theme uses HTML5 and CSS3 to create advanced styles using the latest technologies. Proper heading tags and coding standards are used to ensure outstanding search engine optimization. We take pride in creating well formatted and easily managed code.


Salutation WordPress Theme was a really nice theme to work with on BuddyPress. I first used it years ago. I initially started with the free version they had then, but quickly ended up going premium do to several limitations on the free version.

The premium theme was really nice. But do to the learning curve, I scored Salutation a little low in UX/Usability and UI/Design. Don’t get me wrong, this is a great theme, but when I am to the point of importing the demo websites content into my refreshly installed WordPress just to accelerate my setup process, I was just a tad disappointed. But, that actually served as a way to teach me the theme and all it different layout options, so I say no harm after all.

I’d just like to note, that you may want to do the same thing and import the demo sites contents into your WordPress site.

Avg Score: 83%
Breck Stein

Reviewed by Breck Stein

Owner of a prominent weekly newsletter, and social media marketer.
This review was written on 04/05/2016 at 11:30 pm (ET). Please read our affiliate disclosure and earnings disclaimer to better understand how we're compensated.

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