Aberration Lite uses the Twitter Bootstrap front-end framework for the structured layout of columns. There are a few other elements that are used, but it’s not the full Bootstrap CSS, so if you use or plan to use a plugin that has Bootstrap 3 or above, you can disable the theme’s own version.
Aberration Lite includes Font Awesome icons, but if you are using a plugin that already has this, you can disable the theme’s version so that you don’t have two Font Awesome sets loading.
This theme offers an automatic re-style of the header area when you publish a banner or if you have no banner published. Depending on what page has either option, your header styling (including the menu) will change.
By default, Aberration Lite will display a text based site title and tagline. Because this theme has an unsual design concept for the site title or logo, there are some limitations to what you do with this area.
The Aberration Lite theme is built with the mindset of keeping the design clean and simple while giving an elegant visual style that is pleasing for any site visitor. This theme offers some unique concepts that will be talked about throughout the setup tutorials.