Karma WordPress Theme
Examples, Reviews & Summary

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Created On: October 15, 2014

Karma was built to be an incredibly user-friendly theme with a small learning curve. Their custom support is absolutely one of the best. What this means for you is you can expect to have great results building a site you enjoy in a small amount of time. And if you have any issues with the theme their customer support will be there to help you every step of the way.

4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5) from 2703 reviews
Reponsive: Yes
Compatible Browsers: IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome
Created: March 16th, 2011
Last Updated: June 26th, 2014
What’s Included: PHP Files, CSS Files, JS Files


  • 100% Fully Responsive
  • Search Engine Optimized
  • 13 Languages + WPML
  • Powerful Admin Panel
  • 100% WooCommerce Compatible
  • RTL(Right-to-left) Ready with no extra coding required
  • Advanced Design Options
  • ARIA Accessibility
  • Unlimited Sidebars
  • HD Training Videos
  • 360+ Vector Icons


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Site Examples of the Karma Theme in Action:

The New Hampshire Boat Museum was founded in 1992 by a group of classic boating enthusiasts who wished to preserve the boating heritage of the New Hampshire Lakes. The museum founders felt that a museum focusing on the impact that recreational and commercial boating had on the development of lakes and tourism in the Granite State would increase appreciation, awareness and help preserve these vintage crafts. The Museum is located in the Lakes region of New Hampshire about two miles from the center of Wolfeboro near Lake Winnipeasaukee. It features many fine examples of vintage mahogany and antique boats including: Garwood, Chris Craft, Century, Dodge, Penn Yan, Lyman & more. Whether you are an outboard, steam paddle or sail enthusiast the displays with enhanced archival photos, trophies & models bring to life a truly grand era in boating.

Kansas Belle Dinner Train was founded in August of 1988. From October of 1988 to October of 2012 the train operated on a track running from Fremont to Hooper, Nebraska. Leaving Fredmont was a difficult decision but made easier by the positive responses received touring the new location in Baldwin City. In November of 2012 individual railcars began the long trek sound from Fremont to Baldwin City pulled one at a time by semi-tractors. The total assembly of the cars being over 122 feet long. Operations were resumed on January 19th, 2013. The Kansas Belle Dinner Train currently operates four unique and distinct dining cars.

Line Zero is an independent print journal dedicated to writing & the arts. Unlike other publications they feature hybrid content of tradtional literary journal and a collection of editorial essays on many subjects including: art, writing, music, publishing, photography, creative writing references, book & tech review, and art events. Published quarterly, each issue features artists who are currently entrenched in the creative process covering a wide range of experiences including: photographic entries, literary/poetry contest, and art/music news.