Any startup blogger will surely fall in love with Word Press because of its user-friendly features and variety of themes that will work perfectly fine for any niche. Themes usually consist of headers, footers, logos, and other graphics. There are various companies that develop innovative concepts for Word Press sites to modify the look and functionality of the Word Press platform. That’s why when you open a WordPress blog, you will have an array of themes to choose from. If you want to imbue a professional image, there are dozens of WordPress themes that you can implement to help you build an image of respect and trustworthiness.
WordPress themes shape the design and functionality of your website without altering the fundamental software. The subject is considered the vertebral column or foundation of any website. There is no experienced blogger who wants a website with an inferior design, so the theme is a vital component of your blog. It replicates who you are and what you think about. Thus, it is very important to maintain an appropriate and very enticing theme that will go with the purpose of your blog. Unfortunately, the majority of bloggers are not ready to pay for premium themes.
Fortunately, there are theme structures which exist in the market today. You can choose between the complimentary and paid varieties. For instance, the drag and drop framework like Headway empowers users to create visual items without any knowledge of codes. Page Lines and Thesis help users to drag and drop pre-defined sections. This is similar to the functions of Word Press widgets. Users can identify custom sections with available hooks and filters offered by these frames.
There is Themify which has multiple options and configurations made for developers who avoid clutter such as Genesis by Studio Press. These frameworks are adopted to accelerate development. At the same time, the functions and process of modifications is enhanced considerably.
There are free Word Press themes such as Colourise which is a good-looking two-column model with a mega large-header image, shady background and wide footer. The colors have been chosen carefully. At the same time, the navigation bar is styled well and typography is of high quality. The theme is ideal for both personal and professional blogs.
Type Based theme is another gorgeous-looking free personal blog design concept characterized by a clean and stylish format and visuals. The design is very professional and has an integrated banner advertisement management and widget sidebar along with some customized widgets. The theme comes in shades of default blue, green, grey, brown and yellow.
Maza Green is a spectacular magazine-style theme with a modern look and premium quality. It features an interactive showcase of up to date posts at the top of every page and utilizes parallel panels of thumbnail icons. There is drop-down navigation with a variation which are drop-down options beneath the category headings.
Depo Clean is for minimalists. The theme is adaptable and ad-ready. There is Flicker integration and hand coding is required to personalize your footer. There are more white spaces and a five-colum grid set across three columns for presentation.
Manifest is another beautiful minimalist theme with one-column web blog plus neat typography and no text, video and photos aside from the main content that can distract the viewer. It has a simple straight navigation without any clutter. The text of the main body is justified while the footer has links to the website owner’s social media character.
This guest post is a contribution by Manilyn Moreno –the Online Marketing and Content Manager for http://www.bettercater.com/. She provides tips to caterers on how to boost their catering business, such as establishing their own blog site or purchasing catering software to facilitate in business financials.