TheGem is an impressive WordPress theme with a strong focus on versatility, customization, and beautiful design. Jam-packed with demo concepts, templates, premium plugins, and other features, it feels like a website development “toolbox” for creating and customizing just about any kind of website you or your clients desire. And best of all, it lets you do so with a beautiful interface and without having to touch any code.
When it comes to WordPress themes, there is a strong market in favour of corporate style themes that can cater to diverse usage scenarios: for example, an eCommerce website, a corporate or business site, as well as a magazine site.
Today, in this post, I will be reviewing one such WordPress theme meant for corporate and multipurpose usage: Circle Flip.
WordPress began as a blogging platform, and even today, its primary usage remains that of a blogging tool. In other words, while WordPress can and does power eCommerce as well as portfolio sites, its focus still remains on sites where you publish regular content: a blog or a magazine.
The beauty of WordPress lies in the fact that it can be used to create and deploy websites of any nature, not just blogs. You can build corporate sites, portfolio sites, magazine sites and a lot more using WordPress.