We love a good WordPress theme so we wanted to put together a list of the best WordPress themes for 2014.
In our WordPress course inside the Flux membership, we cover what to look out for when choosing a theme and also how to install a theme using your hosting control panel.
The below themes have been grouped into several styles of themes that might suit different businesses or brands, however, feel free to browse the hundreds of themes available from the below theme specialist companies we recommend:
* Please note the links in this blog are affiliate links so yes we will get a small commission if you go ahead and purchase a theme after clicking on our links 🙂
Visual | Design | Creative
General – NO Shop
General – Including Shop Functionality
One Page Scroller
Definition Theme with the Sensei plugin
This plug in is called a “ learning management plugin” from Woo Themes and is perfect for businesses that need to deliver online courses, teaching or training.
It is what this Flux Digital site is built on so I thought it worth sharing in amongst the best themes.
Apparently it works well with most word press themes, it fully compatible with the default WordPress Twenty Eleven and Twenty Twelve themes, however, WooThemes have also customised the Definition Theme so it works hand in hand with that theme out of the box.
If you are thinking about or in the process of creating a website and are not sure where to start, I have created a FREE Website Preparation Course specifically for YOU, which will take you through everything from choosing a theme, preparing images, using photoshop, where to get good stock images, branding, website copy and more. It will mean the difference between a SO SO and a SENSATIONAL website!