Create WordPress Blogs from Regular Website Templates!
I’m new here and wanted to introduce myself with my latest software release. Turbo Flex Pro Theme Master.
I have been a web/software developer now for around 10 years. I’ve seen allot of things come and go. But one of the greatest developments I’ve seen in the last few years is WordPress. It has evolved from a simple blog application, all the way to a full blown cms with tons of options and opportunity.
If you have been looking for a free WordPress theme, but can’t quite find what you are after, consider trying a different method for finding the theme you are after. Instead of just looking for themes per say, consider looking at the wider scope of regular website templates.
Once you find the template you like, you can convert it into a full blown, fully widgetized, WordPress blog theme with Turbo Flex Pro Theme Master! This opens up the world of WordPress themes to a whole new level for you.
If you would like to check out Theme Master for yourself, please condsider visiting the http://wordpressthememaster.com website.
Here are a couple of sample blogs that have been created by converting regular website templates into WordPress blogs using Turbo Flex Pro Theme Master.
My Own Blog – Still very much in it’s infancy, but demonstrates how Theme Master can create seamless matches between parent website and blog. Created with Theme Master and a template from my own home page.
Another Sample Blog – Created from an XSitePro Template. Please excuse broken links as this blog does not have a parent website that goes with it. It’s only for sample purposes. So any outside linking will probably go to my home page or blog.
This is a live blog that I was paid to create – I used Theme Master and the source code from this client’s home page to create this blog that seamlessly matches his website.
Check out these videos that show Theme Master in action converting an XSitePro template into a WordPress blog.
Check out this YouTube video where I convert a regular website template into a WordPress blog.
I hope you all like what you see.
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