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Quark is your basic building block for creating beautiful, responsive custom themes. It's not a convoluted or confusing framework that's hard to learn or even harder to modify. It's a simple and elegant starter theme built on HTML5 & CSS3. Its base is a responsive, 12 column grid. It incorporates custom theme options that are easy to modify, a set of common templates, support for WordPress Post Formats and the gorgeous, retina friendly Font Awesome icon font. Quark is WooCommerce compatible, Multilingual Ready (WPML) and translated into Spanish, German and French. Quark is also compatible with popular page builders such as Elementor, Divi Builder, Beaver Builder, the SiteOrigin Page Builder and Visual Composer.

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Teams

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French (France) 1 person #fr_FR

Editors: Sébastien SERRE

Contributors: None

Arabic 1 person #ar

Editors: None

Contributors: Nabil Moqbel

Czech 1 person #cs_CZ

Editors: None

Contributors: Michal Janata

Spanish (Spain) 2 persons #es_ES

Editors: None

Contributors: leemon and Javier Esteban

Indonesian 2 persons #id_ID

Editors: None

Contributors: Kharis Sulistiyono and Eka Y Saputra

Italian 2 persons #it_IT

Editors: None

Contributors: Stefano Aglietti and Luisa Ravelli

Dutch 2 persons #nl_NL

Editors: None

Contributors: atvoogt and Peter Smits

Polish 3 persons #pl_PL

Editors: None

Contributors: Marcin Pietrzak, Dominik Schilling, and Wojtek Szałkiewicz

Romanian 5 persons #ro_RO

Editors: None

Contributors: Cipri Palamariu, Cosmin., Adrian Pop, Vlad T, and Dan Caragea

Albanian 1 person #sq

Editors: None

Contributors: Besnik

Swedish 3 persons #sv_SE

Editors: None

Contributors: Mattias Tengblad, Fredrik, and residood