What Is WordPress Theme? How to manage WP Themes?

A WordPress theme changes your websites or blog design completely. regularly including its layout. How your website or blog looks on the front-end, it depends on your theme. This means what visitors will be seen while he visite your blog/website. There are thousands of free themes in the WordPress.org Theme Directory, though many WP sites use custom themes.

What WordPress themes can do?

The theme is the design or layout of your blog or website, means the view what user will see after opening your blog or website? how your blog or website’s structure visible to users, how your content displayed on the browser, that WordPress stored in the database?

While we creating a theme we have lots of options open.

for example;

  • In our theme have many layouts, like one-column or two-column, static or responsive.
  • Your Theme can display the content anywhere as per your choice
  • The theme can define setting related to typography and CSS/js
  • There are only two files required in a WP theme:
  1. index.php – the main template file
  2. style.css – the main style file

In WordPress, there are 2 types of theme available Free themes and Paid Themes

Free WordPress Themes, it’s very easy to get WP themes- When we complete the installation of WordPress on our choice of hosting or server. We find options in the WordPress official theme directory, by access Appearance > Themes > Add New Theme from the WordPress Admin Dashboard (Read complete WP Installation Guide How to Install WordPress?).

WordPress Theme Directory

What Is WordPress? What does WordPress Theme do?

“Attention this is not the only place to find the WordPress Themes, Apart from this many other places we can find free WordPress Themes over the internet.”

The actual benefit of select the theme from the WP Theme Directory is that all themes are officially certified and approved by WordPress, that Means all themes under the Theme Directory are Subject to a highly strict review.

The theme overview manner begins with an automatic WordPress plugin that scrutinizes the theme against WordPress’s strict coding requirements. If it is approved, the submitted subject matter could be manually reviewed through WP subject matter developers. It’s only after those steps were passed with flying hues that a topic becomes to be had to the public on the reputable subject directory.

  • Free, WP theme is always a better choice for that website owner who working first time on WordPress, or ideal for those who do some experimenting or do R&D again and again on WP. Premium themes are paid and if you want to use premium themes then you have to pay. and many themes are very costly! in fact, as per the CodeinWP, the average cost of the premium themes is around $56-58. and in case after bought you don’t like the theme or that is not compatible with your WordPress version, available plugins or any other issue found, maybe the seller not refund your amount. then you will be stuck in things that you cant use. But almost all sellers provide support, with help of that you can get success to develop your website or blog. but that also is a lengthy process.
  • In free themes, have very few design options. Because these kinds of themes don’t have lots of premium features and widgets functions. if you don’t want to make the functionality and features wise website this will help you to fast execution and improve your SEO Technically.
  • In free themes, have very few design options. Because these kinds of themes don’t have lots of premium features and widgets functions. if you don’t want to make the functionality and features wise website this will help you to fast execution and improve your SEO Technically.

If you are a beginner or want to do some experiment on WP we suggest you free theme from official WP Directory or use Default Theme.

Will discussed and work on premium themes letter.

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