Its main difference from other WordPress themes is its gallery layout. Although it is structured as such, it does not lack the functions of a blog. It also comes with a CMS-style homepage.
Whatever device is used to view DeepFocus, it always conforms to the screen size. This happens without any page reloading at all. DeepFocus achieves this with the use of CSS (cascading style sheets) media queries to activate various layout sets. This feature makes DeepFocus ideal for people who browse websites on tablet PC’s and mobile phones.
DeepFocus comes in five different color schemes. Aside from the standard color, there are also Wooden, Stone, Green, and Noise schemes. Web operators can change their site from a page-based to a blog-style structure with DeepFocus. This WordPress theme also features automatic thumbnail resizing. With this tool, only one thumbnail size is required per post.
Like most other WordPress themes, DeepFocus has a feature for advertisement. One can put a 125×125 banner image on sidebars. Also, 468×60 ads can be placed on post pages. Because ads are managed from within wp-admin, they can be turned on and off.
Advanced features of DeepFocus include advanced ePanel theme options, a vast collection of shortcodes, complete localization for easy translation to other languages, access to pre-made layouts and tools, and compatibility with the latest version of WordPress. DeepFocus comes as a valid XHTML and CSS coded WordPress theme.
Another awesome feature of DeepFocus is its widget ready sidebars. This allows the operator to post information accessed from other sites such as weather and news reports. DeepFocus is also a gravatar ready theme.