Parallax Pro isn’t just a typical parallax theme, I’ve seen it used in some really interesting ways, including as a coffee or tea shop, which is what I’m highlighting with the image above.
(Check out the full site here, thaoteaco.com. Nice work!)
Here’s what Syudio Press has to say about this Genesis framework child theme.
The new role of website design is to tell a story, which is what Parallax Pro was developed to do. Parallax keeps your page content in proper narrative order, giving you a simple vertical design for easy visual eye movement and flow. It divides your content into parts, with a clear connection between them. This allows your visitors to read it like a real story, with no pause or break, and leads them right to your call to action.
Obviously, with a name like Parallax Pro, you’ve probably figured out that this is a parallax WordPress template, but it’s so much more than that. Using the power and stability of the Genesis framework, Parallax Pro has a strong theme options setup to help you get your site customized quickly and efficiently. The Parallax Pro theme is eCommerce ready, coming pre-styled for WooCommerce, though you can use it for nearly any eCommerce cart that works with WordPress. The theme customizer lets you adjust every knob and dial, colors, typography, padding and the like, and you get to see the effects of those changes in real time.
Parallax Pro’s homepage is all about widgets and they allow you to add functionality that doesn’t bog your site down with bloated code. That’s a real advantage over a site that employs a bloated page builder to add features, Genesis Framework child themes load up fast, they’re completely free from code bloat and that makes them awesome for SEO and that’s going to come in handy when you want your coffee shop to rank higher in the SERPs. Parallax Pro is also mobile responsive, fluid and dynamic, which means it looks amazing on all browsers, all devices and screen size.
You can, of course, upload your own logo to the header and customize the menus any way you want.
So, there it is, Parallax Pro in a nutshell. What do you think? Useful? Too expensive?