About thems and its use

        A theme is a universal idea, lesson, or message explored throughout a work of literature. In product management, a theme is a high-level goal or plan for the product. The theme sits at the top of the strategic hierarchy on the product roadmap.

        One key characteristic of literary themes is their universality, which is to say that themes are ideas that not only apply to the specific characters and events of a book or play, but also express broader truths about human experience that readers can apply to their own lives. Each theme is built on a set of related but narrower strategic plans called epics. Epics, in contrast, consist of a group of related features or user stories.


In computing, a theme is a visual pattern or collection of patterns that determines the look and feel of a graphic interface. Themes are applied to just about any computer program that relies heavily on graphic elements, such as a browser, software program or operating system. I cared about was finding one that looked professional. I wasn't aware of how much a theme could affect other things like my website speed and security.


        A WordPress theme is a collection of templates, code files, and stylesheets that modify the way a WordPress website is displayed on the front-end, without modifying the core WordPress software. Some WordPress themes are bundled with a page builder for easy editing and customization.

How do WordPress themes work

WordPress themes are more than “skins.” They provide control not only over the visual presentation of content on a WordPress site but also over the behavior of certain site elements when visitors interact with them. For example, a responsive theme might re-order or hide certain elements on the page when a visitor views your site from their mobile device.


This behavior is possible because of the theme’s templates, plugins, and files. A WordPress theme consists of several components, and it’s important to know about them even if you don’t plan to edit these files

How to Pick a WordPress Theme

Picking a theme is an essential step in the process of building a WordPress website. Themes affect your site’s design, speed, performance, SEO, and user experience. When faced with the task of evaluating hundreds of themes available in the WordPress directory and third-party marketplaces, you might not know where to start. One way to begin your search is to consider the needs of your site and align them with the features of a theme. 


Free WordPress Themes

One of the first decisions you’ll have to make when selecting a theme is whether you want a free or premium one. While premium themes offer more features, layouts, and settings, free WordPress themes allow you to experiment with different designs without spending any of your budget. And because free themes tend to have fewer features and widgets, they are fairly simple and easy to use, even for beginners. Below we’ll take a look at free themes that are highly rated among the WordPress community.

You can find hundreds of great options through a Google search, but some reputable theme developers include:

  •  ThemeIsle

  •  WPAstra 

  •  Themify

  • Nimbus Themes

  •  Tesla Themes

  • aThemes

  •  ThemeTrust

Types of Themes To Consider

You have several choices to make when selecting a WordPress theme. The first step is figuring out if you’d like a multipurpose or niche theme. A multipurpose theme works best for WordPress agencies or those who want the ability to turn the base theme into any type of design, for any type of industry. Multipurpose themes are more versatile, but sometimes they’re not necessary if you already know the niche you’re focusing on. A niche theme sticks to one industry design, such as a design for an architecture firm or band website. If you select a niche theme, you’ll need to choose a theme based on your industry or functionality desires.


You can find many themes in the following categories:

  • Ecommerce.

  • Corporate.

  • Medical.

  • Blogging.

  • Entertainment.

  • Forums and communities.

  • Membership sites.

  • Social networks.

  • Custom support sites.

  • Food and restaurants.

  • Directories.

  • Hotels and travel.

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