Sarah Elizabeth by Crystal Lee Design Studio

Sarah Elizabeth was created with the multi-specialty photographer in mind. This design features a simple, clean homepage and comes with blog pages and 5 unique website pages. Background colors and free fonts can be completely customized to fit your brand.

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  • Simple and organized homepage with a detailed intro (great for SEO!), links to each specialty and a beautiful social footer.
  • 3 unique specialty pages with multiple galleries, reviews, investment information and a specialty-specific contact form.
  • An about page to tell the world who you are and simple yet stylish testimonials page.
  • All fonts are included and pre-loaded into your Showit account.
  • A blog page with featured posts, recent posts and a categories section. Also includes a single post page that inspires reader interaction and sharing as well as a custom 404 page.

 

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