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Top 10 Responsive WordPress Themes in 2015

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Without any doubt, WordPress holds the right for being the best CMS web based platform. Due to the simplicity of WordPress, most newbies prefer using a WordPress plugin on their domain hosting server. The best part of WordPress based web hosting is, there are plenty of ready-made stuff you could borrow or purchase right away and start using on your website. WordPress themes have a very large online marketplace and they come handy when you want to give your website a new makeover instantly. Responsive themes are the current ongoing trend for a winning website, and WordPress have introduced such themes for a long time now. Whether your website is a personal blog, or business or a corporate one; you could use these themes in 2015.

Zerif Lite

This theme keeps a website clean, neat and simple. Zerif Lite is best suited for personal businesses, digital studios, and corporate startups or for showcasing your products etc. The popular e-commerce plugins work on this theme and you can even run a small case e-commerce site using Zerif Lite.

Constructzine Lite

This theme looks absolutely beautiful! And on the technical side, it’s fully responsive. Best suited for corporate style websites but could be crafted to fit other website types as well. The pixel-perfect technology ensures best visibility on any display size – computers, smartphones and tablets. The control panel allows easy tweaking – it’s a fun theme.

Simple Theme

Not as simple as it sounds, instead it gets your job done. The baseline is based on Bootsrap v3.x framework and it’s suitable for all display sizes. The control panel would let you scale and manage every single portion on your website so that you get the exact look and feel you have been looking for.

Opulus Theme

The Opulus Theme is designed to showcase portfolios like creative projects or business ideas. Basically any sort of creative ideas would do, but you might be able to make some other purpose of it as well. There are few presets to begin with; the users won’t actually need to begin from the scratch. The 100-font font pack allows modification to a greater extent.

Dazzling

This free Bootstrap v3 based WordPress theme doesn’t make any less of feature despite being costless. The theme is very responsive and it comes in great optimization for portable device displays. Flat design website fans should really check this website out.

Travelify

Looking forward to opening a travel blog? Travelify is totally stitched for travel blogs, websites and travel photo-blogs. Its pixel perfect design would suit to the display size without compromising the content quality. It’s a free theme for everyone.

Sparkling

The latest version of bootstrap technology makes your website sparkle with the Sparkling theme. Full screen slider is an important addition in this theme which helps showcasing your photos and creative graphical contents in a better way.

Unite

The website is heavily used with flat design and it’s fully responsive. Unite allows easy modification of headers, footers and the navigational menus. If you are planning on creating a event management or wedding planner sort of website; consider using Unite.

The SSMAG

The SSMAG Theme deploys grid like design. As the name suggests, the theme is mostly for the people to post contents that would go viral within a short frame of time. The grids are going to contain the main attraction in a compact form and clicking on those leads to the full story. Basically what you see on today’s news and technology blogs.

BookRev

This theme is built especially for book reviews. You can review books you love and suggest to your web audiences and can add link to respective purchase sites. This theme is responsive and allows tweaking without knowing coding. It’s SEO friendly by default; you get to use the most features out of your website.

Summary

Out of plenty responsive web site themes, we found these ten being mostly used by the website owners. If you have any more suggestion of what you recommend to other web developers, please share your idea in the comments section.

This is the guest post by Christopher Austin and Train Games 365!

 

 

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