My favourite WordPress theme framework Genesis has just been updated to version 2.0 Beta. Since it’s a beta version, you would do well to test it out and get used to it, however it’s not recommended that you use it on a live site yet.
WooCommerce is one of the most popular eCommerce plugin for WordPress. Choosing a theme that supports the plugin is very much essential. In this post, we take a look at the premium WordPress themes that have been integrated with WooCommerce.
A few weeks ago I came across Dynamik Theme, which gives us over 800 point and click options to go along with Genesis.
I’ve made the switch to pretty much use Genesis exclusively for any sites I build around a year ago, however I’ve always had the feeling that Genesis framework is really aimed towards developers or users who don’t really want to make many changes from the default child themes that are available from StudioPress.
Then I came across Dynamik Theme which essentially aims to help you build a Genesis-powered website without having to hire a developer.
Having a website for local business is easy, specially when powered by WordPress – the most popular content management system. After registering your domain name, setting up hosting space and installing WordPress you would need a good theme that brings your site live in the most efficient manner. A good theme is one that takes care of your local business needs, should be search engine optimized, provide useful options, be responsive to all devices and above all should rapidly bring your local business site live – much like plug-n-play.
WordPress as a content management system supplemented with a good lead-generation theme can be a great tool to generate, organize, engage and manage your leads right on your desk through your website. Using the right WordPress theme therefore becomes an important aspect in designing your lead-generation strategy. We have reviewed some of the best lead-generation themes for WordPress that you might find useful.
With such a huge user base, WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS.
It is also the easiest to use, so it follows that there are many people using it who have little idea of coding and are more business or design oriented.
The challenge is thus to create functionality for this non-technical user base that will enable them to create a theme/design/template based on their ideas, without touching any code.