Parallaxr – A horizontal parallax based wordpress theme


I’ve been receiving many queries on how to develop a site like, and here is the answer for you – Parallaxr, a premium wordpress theme with which you can create a horizontal parallax base website in minutes. All you have to do is upload the images and adjust the speed from the admin panel. To know more about parallax and parallax based sites, check out my previous post

Retropress was a huge success and this has encouraged us to come up with Parallaxr – our second premium wordpress theme. The cost of parallaxr is just $30.

Features of Parallaxr

1. Responsive Layout
2. Blog Integration with AJAX based pagination
3. WordPress 3.3.1 compatible
4. Coded in CSS3 & HTML5
5. Adjustable Parallax Speed
6. Cross Browser Compatibility
7. Parallax works on all screen resolutions
8. CSS3 based parallax effect with fallback for other browsers
9. Auto-magic calculation of parallax speed, as pages are added
10. Easy to set-up theme options
11. Portfolio and FAQ – 2 Custom post types
12. Portfolio with tabs to switch between thumbnail view and list view
13. Page templates (Portfolio, FAQ and Contact)
14. Customizable 404 Page
15. Blog with Ajax pagination
16. Shortcode to display recent/random projects
17. Widgetized Sidebar with show/hide
18. 2 Built-in Widgets
19. Custom Logo Upload
20. Social Networks
21. Simplified Admin Panel
22. Fancy Box Pop ups
23. Ajax-based contact form with jquery validation
24. Jquery validation for the comment form
25. Custom 404 – Ability to add custom 404 title, image and description
26. Google Maps integration on the Contact Page
27. Google Web Fonts

For more information on the features, read the documentation.

About Gopal Raju

Gopal Raju is a passionate designer, developer and blogger from India. He’s the founder of Convax Solutions, a web design and development agency in India. Catch up with him on dribbble, Twitter and Facebook.

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  1. Gopal!! is it possible to hire you to make a site based on this theme for me please?!

  2. I like the theme very much but i have one big problem – it seems that the sidebar is not working with every widget? I want to place a newsletterform but its not appear in frontent. Any suggestions. Regards Tania

  3. How can i change the “page-1″ that appears in the URL with more SEO friendly names.

  4. is this available in HTML only.

  5. theme is very beautiful. good for portfolio websites

  6. wow. :) its a very beautiful theme. I would like to host a giveaway of this theme on my blog :) Can you give some licenses? Will write review of theme and promote it on my blog

  7. Awesome template.. really a great job!

  8. Really nice… fantastic implementation & great graphic works…

  9. interesting theme.. great work..

  10. Simple but Impressive.I want to use this as my personal portfolio site.

  11. Yes, this WordPress theme is really impressive ! Is it possible to hire you to make a website based on this theme, Gopal ?

  12. Wow nice…looks interesting…

  13. was thinking of purchasing, but where is the documentation that explains the theme

  14. where’s the documentation? I’m getting a 404 error.

  15. You were my inspiration when creating my website and I have been meaning to make a WP theme of it. Now, again, I will be following your lead. You are amazing and I love what you do! I will probably purchase just to see under the hood!

  16. I have following Rajus post from almost two years. This yet another amazing post of this man. Great work!! seriously…

  17. this is awesome! Gopal :)

  18. Good animation and sea creatures in design… looks nice.

  19. Really a nice word press theme. It worked a lot

  20. Nice one. I especially like that you’ve used CSS3 animations for the many layers of fish.

    I developed a vertical parallax theme called Five3 ( but I use JavaScript instead of CSS3 animations.

    One thing I noticed, as scrolling is typically the first action taken on a site, you could possibly hijack vertical scrolling to replace it with horizontal scrolling. So when a visitor attempts to scroll, they’re taken to the next page/post as if clicking a menu item.

    Chris Coyier has a great article on how to achieve this: