There are a lot of WordPress themes / WordPress templates websites out there. Naturally some are better than others.
Premium WordPress Themes that we recommend are ones that you need to pay for (premium ones). You know that there will be support from the company that developed them and they have vested interests to ensure that the theme (template) works all the time. Without being negative, there are a lot of “free WordPress Themes” out there, but they may have some of these limitations:
- have designer code in them, with links to other sites
- links that you don’t see
- malicious code
- you can’t use it for commercial purpose
- not 100% compatible with the current WordPress version
Some great Premium WordPress Themes can be purchased for your business from the following websites:
Good Good selected Premium WordPress Themes
Without a doubt Woo Themes are one of the most popular Premium Wordress Themes available. With a wide selection of options from their templates offered, right through to some fancy animations.
Elegant Themes are targeted more towards the blogger out there. Great simple premium wordpress themes.
Solostream, one of our favourites to use. A premium wordpress theme that has many options through their control panel. Their premium WordPress theme is widely used by professional web designers.
PageLines are the same as Solostream for us, widely used and very reliable fast premium wordpress theme. Great options in their control panel to make your wordpress website look different.
Kadom has a selection of Premium WordPress Themes available for purchase.
Themeforest is a website offering premium wordpress themes as well as graphics and other sources of digital content. It’s a great website to view for all your graphics as well.
Please note that all of these themes are available to purchase through their respective websites. We can install and set up all of them, or if you have any queries about extending any of these or configuration queries, we are here to assist you.
Although going through all or most of the selections above, your selection should be based on functionality first and foremost. Please ensure you know what you’d like your website to do. A simple approach of “just a website for my company” isn’t what it’s all about. You need to consider:
- where your page objects
- Where your key messages are
- what the website users do
- can the user see the information that you’d like them to
- can this template fulfil your future requirements
- how much flexibility you require for your website
- who will maintain the content
- where you menu will be
- is one menu enough
- what type of menu should you have (single or multiple tears)
As you can see, this si only a small selection of the decision that need to be made before you decide on a template.