Mega by Rachael Earl Design

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Mega gets its name from its sheer size and the amount of features – it's over 20 pages! Including a fully functional website, blog and lightweight store that can be hooked up to the likes of Paypal, E-Junkie, Shopify Lite or similar service. It's fun, bright styling is sure to catch your visitor's eye. Other features include sticky call to action on every page with pop up email form, additional subscribe/freebie forms in header and footer, multiple blog pages including a duplicate home page that can be set to automatically stream in blog posts…it's pretty major!

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