The first quarter of this year, I became in interested in WordPress theme frameworks. The biggest advantage of a framework is that it provides a tool to build a WordPress site from scratch, without much coding – or no coding at all. In order to get a grip on this topic, I started with some stock-taking. Since I did not have the time to examine all 40+ frameworks, I condensed … [Read more...] about What is the Best WordPress Theme Framework for You?
PageLines is a responsive WordPress Framework featuring drag-and-drop design options. PageLines 2.0 was released December 2011, as a successor to PlatformPro 1.x. This review is based on version 2.2.5 of the PageLines Framework. The files of PageLines reside in the themes directory just like any other WordPress theme. Upon activation, you can use PageLines right away as … [Read more...] about PageLines Drag & Drop Framework For WordPress – A First Look
Last April, I wrote a post titled Taking Stock on WordPress Theme Frameworks. In the meantime I have become quite comfortable working with the Genesis Framework from StudioPress. A couple of my sites is already running on this framework. In addition, I would like to use a framework that makes it very easy for me to build a custom website from scratch. Just before the … [Read more...] about Plans and Pricing Comparison of WordPress Frameworks
Recently, I became interested in WordPress theme frameworks. To help me get a grip on this matter, I wanted to make a nice list of all the theme frameworks available. In order to accomplish this task, it had to be clear what a theme framework is – you can only count sheep, when you recognize a sheep. There is a lot of discussion about the differences between libraries, … [Read more...] about Taking Stock on WordPress Theme Frameworks