-A strong focus in typography. The combination of leading, weights and type families is essential in any published media. Modern Clix displays texts and images beautifully and includes a set of nice ampersands, by-lines and other type goodies for you to enjoy. Check out the header of this blog for an example.
--A strong grid. Texts and images are perfectly aligned to a 900px grid; uncomment a line in the CSS file to show up the underlieing grid.
An elastic design. Flexible layout? Fixed Layout? Elastic! Modern Clix is coded using EMs, so its layout is automagically stretched when you adjust the font size in your browser. Wowers!
-Golden rectangle. Artists like Leonardo da Vinci proportioned their works to approximate to this rectangle, which has been considered universally aesthetically pleasing. The theme was designed following this principle.
-Full width images and captions. Display images as large as 596px of width, with their proper captions or descriptions. The theme also include classes to align images to the left, center or right.
-Twitter and Flickr integration was never so simple. Just change the sample usernames for your own ones and you are ready to go. No plugins required!
-Extensible and modular. Modern Clix is minimal, but it’s extensible to suit your needs. Uncomment certain parts of the code to unlock gravatars, tags and widgets. Google Adsense is also supported.
-Standards compliant. Modern Clix validates as XHTML 1.0 Strict and it’s cross browser compatible. This means that it works well in every browser in the planet.
-Easy installation. You don’t need extra plugins to install the theme, just unpack and activate to enjoy it.
-Professionally designed and coded. This design was featured in Smashing Magazine (and again), Vandelay Website Design, Design By Grid, CSS Gallery and many others, as an example of beautiful, minimal web site design