Welcome to the third part of my WordPress 101 series. Hope you have enjoyed it so far, and thanks for stopping by today.
If you haven’t gotten started with WordPress, here is a good place to start. You could purchase a domain here, and learn how to install WordPress here. Once you’re done with those two steps. Come back here to check out some awesome themes you can use for free.
So today I’ll be showing you a few awesome free themes you can use with WordPress. Lets get right into it. In no particular order
Zincious (view demo)
With a robust backend, this theme could easily be a favorite for designers. Also includes subscription buttons to social networks and RSS feed. Nice slider on the home page, and a popular posts widget.
This theme can easily be used as a photoblog.
Imbalance 2 (view demo)
With a minimalist style, the Imbalance 2 theme can be used for blogs, magazines or even portfolios. Personally love the use of white.
Simple. Clean. Minimalistic. Sweet for photography
The Gordon theme is beautiful for a personal blog. With minimalistic features and its lightweight design, this theme would make your site look appealing.
Good for print and design companies
Protean (view demo)
A WordPress theme by Landau Reece with expensive customization and a nice home page.
Skeptical (view demo)
A blog theme from woothemes with a focus on individual posts.
This is a really cool responsive theme that can fit into any mobile device. For personal use mostly. I really like the journal feature, would be nice for a personal blog
Silio is a single page WordPress theme for professionals looking to showcase their works and receive jobs online. Its a good place to start.
10 free themes you can use in customizing your WordPress installation. I’ll be releasing more posts like this with more free good-looking themes. So don’t forget to subscribe to my blog so you get the tips in your mail.
Have any more free themes that you love and I did not mention here? I’ll love to hear about them, just post them through the comment box.
Thanks for reading.