WordPress theme frameworks are foundation themes; they help jump-start your own theme creation, improving your presentation and efficiency. From basic to complex, there are many different themes and frameworks available to help in your next project. Here are some of the top WordPress theme frameworks and theme collections, along with promo codes to try for your next design.
Genesis Theme Framework
Genesis Theme Framework, by StudioPress, is a well-known WordPress theme subscription service that provides access to over 40 child themes. Because of the large amount of child themes available and its user-friendly interface it is one the more popular frameworks for beginner developers. Genesis offers native support for SEO (search engine optimization), custom widgets and layout options, security and support. Although customer support and user help features are great, designing beyond what the child themes offer may present a learning curve since documentation is missing for manual customization.
With Elegant Themes members pay an annual fee for access to 75 high-quality WordPress themes. These themes are fully responsive, easy to change with instinctive controls and plugins. Without using any code, you can modify themes, adjust layouts or change features. Customer service and help offer video tutorials, a support forum, complete documentation, email/ticket system and blog for updates. Read our Elegant Themes Divi review here.
Conversion focused themes and plugins. Built for fast loading speeds and high conversions, whether it is leads or sales. Read our full Thrive Themes review here.
RichWP Theme Framework
Thesis Theme Framework
Thesis, by DIYthemes, is one of the most popular WordPress theme frameworks, its versatility and flexibility make it ideal for novice to expert developers. Features include a full options panel for customization with coding, layout generator, typography emphasis and future-proof customization system. Its efficient HTML, CSS, PHP framework and user-friendly controls make customization precise, regardless of design experience. Customer support and help features include a community of users, forums, emails, and telephone numbers to help with any issues or concerns. Unfortunately, it only comes with one default theme for customization in the WordPress dashboard. If you choose to make changes not provided in the dashboard settings, you will have to know CSS.
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