Shop B - Multi-concept 2 theme in 1 theme in 1
B2B Store - The most powerfull e-commerce submission of 2016! Constructed with many years of ecommerce expertise. 2 fully featured version of the B-Shop: Incorporates new technology, many customizable items, advanced comment coding and advanced features. Business with SASS, which offers creativity to create your own one-of-a-kind style and component with lightness.
This makes the B-Shop very multifaceted. In addition to beautiful storefront (home) pages and lots of storefront and user account pages, it offers Blog, Gallery, Contacts, 404, FAQ, Store Locator etc. and a large number of different items for creating new pages. Create your own website that is fun and attractive. Box B-Shop Features: Contains Blog, Gallery, Contacts, 404, FAQ, Store Locator etc.
In creating this theme, we have used third-party plug-ins, pictures, symbols, scripts, etc. ... and would like to thank their creators:
English B theme by Langston Hughes - Poems
Mr James Mercer Langston Hughes was a native of Joplin, Missouri, on 1 February 1902. As a toddler his mum and dad got a divorce and his dad went to Mexico. Educated by his grandma until he was thirteen, he went to Lincoln, Illinois, to stay with his mom and her husband and finally the whole household set up in Cleveland, Ohio.
In Lincoln, it was Hughes who began to write poems. Hughes's first volume of poems The Weary Blues (Knopf, 1926) was released by Alfred A. Knopf in 1926. Three years later he graduated from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. His first novel Not Without Laughter (Knopf, 1930) won the 1930 Harmon Golden Literature Award.
Hughes, who described Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Carl Sandburg and Walt Whitman as his major influencers, is particularly known for his revealing, colourful depictions of dark living in America from the 1920s to the 1960s. His writings include fiction, drama, short story and drama, and he is also known for his exploration of the worlds of jazz and its impact on his writings, as in his book-length montage of a Dream Deferred (Holt, 1951).
Hughes not only left us a great oeuvre of poetry, but also composed eleven pieces and innumerable works of fiction, among them the well-known "simple" books: Releasing the poetry of the Negro and the Book of Negro folklore antologies, he authored an celebrated auto biography, The Big Sea (Knopf, 1940) and Mule Bone (HarperCollins, 1991) with Zora Neale Hurston.