The 15 Best WordPress Themes

The 15 Best WordPress Themes

WordPress offers a wide variety of themes for those thinking of creating a new website or redesigning an existing one. You can find the right theme that suits your requirements in just a few clicks. Given the thousands of free and premium options available, it can be challenging for beginners to select the ideal WP theme for their website. 

A WordPress theme should be chosen based on the type of site you want to create (blog, homepage, online store), the features you need, and your budget. In this article, you will find 15 WP themes with advanced features, including free and premium ones, so that you can create custom layouts for your WP site based on those factors.

List of Most Popular Themes

1. Neve 

It is one of the fastest WP themes available, is easy to customise and has excellent loading times on all devices. Other features include the custom headers and layout options offered even in the free version. The theme suits almost any project, including blogs and homepages for small businesses, startups, agencies, and freelancers. 

The theme can be easily translated into all languages and is fully AMP-optimised and responsive. It has a free and premium version, which will cost you €69 annually. 

2. Divi

This well-known and multipurpose WordPress theme is known for its adaptability and the fact that it comes with its own WP page builder for almost all industries and website projects. Also, it has the special feature of having an in-house page builder, so you can simply move content via drag and drop directly in live mode. 

The theme is especially suitable for those who are just getting started with WP and have little to no technical knowledge because of the variety of templates it provides. The price of the theme will be 82.16 EUR per year, or you can get a lifetime licence for 229.89 EUR. 

3. Enfold

This theme is suitable for new WordPress users and includes various features that make it appealing to more experienced users. It is very flexible, has a simple page builder, and offers a variety of templates for various uses. Additionally, it is GDPR compliant and offers various options for optimising load times. It will cost you 54.46 EUR for one time with six months of support. 

4. Flatsome

It is a WooCommerce-compatible theme. It is not suitable for absolute beginners. Users should have a basic understanding of programming and be able to configure themes independently. Its unique selling point is its lightning-fast loading times and abundance of ready-made layouts and templates (for your store (testimonials, banners, price tables, and logos). It has a price of 54.46 EUR with six months of support. 

5. Hestia

It is a responsive theme suitable for professional users and has a multifunctional one-page design. The WP customiser makes it simple to change the theme, which supports multilingualism using WPML. Hestia is compatible with the popular page builders Elementor, Beaver, and Divi, in addition to Gutenberg. It is free of charge, and the premium version costs €69 annually. 

6. Avada

Avada provides a wide range of features and designs as one of the top-selling premium WordPress themes worldwide. It gives you a corresponding child theme in addition to it. You will need to schedule a specific amount of training time to understand the functions and utilise them effectively. Then you can explore the countless design options it provides. Overall, it is appropriate for large websites. 63.74 EUR is the one-time charge for the theme, along with six months of support. 

7. Page Builder Framework

It is a minimalistic, lightweight, and fast theme with customisation options that will satisfy all your individual needs. It focuses on search engine optimisation (SEO). It is flexible, fully mobile responsive, and works with WooCommerce. It is intended for use with page builders such as Elementor, Brizy, WPBakery Page Builder, Divi, and Beaver Builder. 

The Page Builder Framework is appropriate for almost any WordPress website, including blogs, agency websites, and e-commerce sites using WooCommerce. Due to its high flexibility, agencies are particularly fond of it. It is free and has a premium variant that will cost you 53.56 EUR per year or 229.01 EUR one-time. 

8. Stockholm

It is a simple and adaptable WordPress theme with many demos and templates based on current trends. It is constantly being updated, and the developers provide excellent support. It has a one-time price of 72.99 EUR with six months of support. 

9. BeTheme

With BeTheme, you can create creative WP projects with its numerous layout templates. You can test out more than 600 ready-made demo layouts before you design your website with it. It has a one-time fee of 54.51 EUR (including six months of support).

10. Jupiter X

The Jupiter X WordPress makes building imaginative websites for businesses or online shops easy. The page builder used by the theme, Elementor, features a drag-and-drop interface for adding content. Thus, even beginners can quickly familiarise themselves with the operation.

With the help of the theme’s visual editors, you can easily create your headers and footers. The store customiser helps you customise your online store’s checkout process and shopping cart. It has a one-time fee of 54.51 EUR (including six months of support).

11. The7

If you want to create WordPress websites independently and without coding knowledge, The7 is for you. The WPBakery Page Builder, Slider Revolution, and Convert Plug, among other premium plugins, are just a few of the many pre-installed with this theme.

The Gutenberg editor, Elementor, and WooCommerce are all fully compatible with the theme. Additional options include over 40 demo layouts and more than 1,000 theme choices. The demos are a great place to start for your WP projects. It has a one-time fee of 36.04 EUR (including six months of support).

12. Uncode

Unicode is an all-rounder with a wide variety of demos available that can be easily imported with one click and used as a base for your website. It can be used to create blogs, homepages, and online stores with WooCommerce. The website builder is available in responsive themes that allow you to edit your pages without any programming knowledge.

13. Shapeshift via Thrive theme builder

A theme in the Thrive Suite is called “Shapeshift.” Many pre-built design templates will be available, allowing you to create and modify your WP website quickly. No coding is required.

As a result, it is appropriate for beginners while also providing a wide range of options for personalisation. It works particularly well for creating landing pages. Along with WooCommerce, the Thrive theme builder works with it. The entire Thrive Suite costs 137.69 EUR per quarter (or 184.82 EUR annually).

14. Bridge

Creative agencies are especially fond of the WordPress theme Bridge. It includes over 530 demos to help you build and design your WP website in a modular fashion. Additionally, each module may be rebuilt separately.

The theme supports the page builders WPBakery and Elementor. It is additionally capable of creating a WooCommerce store. Aesthetically, it is appealing due to animations, parallax scrolling, full-width layouts, and split design layouts.

15. Astra

With less than 50 kB in the frontend view, Astra is one of WordPress’ most popular themes. You can use Elementor or Gutenberg with Astra. It can accommodate any type of website. In addition to building stores, it supports WooCommerce. 

Even more features are available in the premium version of Astra, which you can install individually as needed. Adding only the features you need is the best way to go. It has free and premium versions for 39.74 EUR per year.

These are the top WordPress themes out of the tens of thousands that are offered. It can be challenging to select from among the thousands, so consider using one of the top 15 themes listed in this article when building your websites. 

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