August 16, 2018
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When it comes to choosing an ideal theme, you look for two distinct traits – a professional look, as well as an engaging one. It’s somewhat difficult to discern between those two, mostly because there is a fine line between creativeness and sloppiness, as well as professionalism and being uptight.

Thankfully, Hestia, the theme named after the Ancient Greek goddess of the hearth, architecture and the home. Just like the old goddess governed the order in the house, so does this theme have your website’s efficiency as a paramount task.

Due to the simple and well-coded layout, Hestia can be used to fit a multitude of different uses. It’s colorful enough for small creative businesses, but it’s also tidy enough to be used as an excellent outlet for new startups. Fit for WooCommerce, this theme can bring some big changes to the way you conduct business, making the navigation process much easier for your customers.

Given the fact that you get a myriad of drop-down menus and icons straight out of the box, you can also use the theme as a permanent portfolio for your office or agency. Due to the option of adding a big image file to the header and the upper part, you can add an artistic flavor to your endeavors. What we also loved about this theme is the fact that it’s modern but only to a certain extent. It’s more of a timeless feel that allows the fonts and the layout to seemingly blend in with every given piece of content.

A good addition to the equation is a one-page design, tailor-made for SEO purposes. Additionally, you can make use of one of the many plugins that are compatible with the structure of the theme itself. Themeisle has really outdone themselves with the customization options, giving the user more freedom than the majority of WordPress themes do.

Additionally, the customer support is superb and are always willing to assist with any problem, regardless of the severity. It’s not without reason that this theme has been proclaimed one of the best and most popular themes at the beginning of the year’s second trimester.

Smridhi Malhotra

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