A cool feature this theme offers is an optional blog-style structure.   Originally, Chameleon was built as a CMS (computer management system) with a page-based structure. Some web operators prefer their websites in a blog-style structure. Chameleon gives them the ability to do just that.

Chameleon boasts its many customization options. Apart from the unlimited number of color schemes available, it also comes with many different font styles to choose from. Also, one may choose from three homepage slider styles using the ePanel theme options. Only one thumbnail image size is needed for every post because Chameleon utilizes timthumb. This results in the automatic size adjustment of thumbnail images.

Adveritising management is made simple with Chameleon. 468X60 ads can be put on post pages. Sidebars are constructed in a way that 125×125 banner images may be posted on them. Like many new WordPress themes, Chameleon is fully responsive. This means that it adapts to any screen size. One does not need to drag and zoom when using tablet PC’s or mobile phones to browse websites anymore. This is achieved with the use of CSS media queries to activate different layout sets at different screen sizes.

Advanced features of Chameleon include sophisticated ePanel theme options, a vast collection of shortcodes, pre-made page layouts, complete localization for translation to other languages, and compatibility with the latest version of WordPress. Other features include a smooth tables design and a theme options page.