April 24, 2024
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This WordPress Theme Friday edition will be the last from February, that means we gathered already 2 months of amazing WordPress Themes. Perfect for blogs, magazines, restaurants, weddings, and many other nice business, these free themes are “la crème de la crème” brought to you, by WordPress.


  • Ares is a user-friendly, modern, responsive theme, built with bootstrap that is perfect for use for a business
  • Ares comes with a full width slider, customizable theme options and a very appealing homepage design
  • It has callouts to make your products & services stand out
  • It comes with multiple color options and page templates as well as widget placeholders


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  • TopShop is the perfect theme to easily build an eCommerce store for yourself or for your clients
  • This theme is integrated with the best plugins such as WooCommerce, SiteOrigin’s Page Builder, Meta Slider and more
  • TopShop is easily scalable and very customizable, fitting to your online needs
  • Not only for eCommerce, TopShop is also great for building the basic business website and blog
  • With a clean simple design, developers too will love how customizable TopShop is


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  • The last theme selected for WordPress Themes Friday (6) is Deserve, a lightweight, faster, clean, super flexible and bootstrap based responsive theme for business or personal websites
  • Deserve Theme is built on top of Twitter Bootstrap which means that your site can be displayed on every device (pc, laptop, mobile devices, tablets etc) without horizontal scrolling
  • It has got custom widgets, theme-options in order to get it customized as per your need
  • Deserve Pro comes with unlimited color options, not just orange. You can select any color matching your business or logo


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Yael is a WordPress savvy; she loves to explore themes, plugins and even develops some of her own. She lives, breathes and eats code for breakfast. Yael tends to test every piece of WP code that she can put her hands on and then, write about it :-)


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