If you run a blog, it shouldn’t surprise you numerous free theme templates exist — both directly through WordPress and in numerous places online. Of course, you can purchase templates from a variety of sources, too.
This week, I was testing someone of the themed programs (paid versions) and did find a few programs that would be a fit. I didn’t find exactly what I was looking for so I took a chance and went back to the free WordPress themes.
That’s where I cam across a theme called FirmSite. and another called Customizr. I choose FirmSite as the template I’d use to update my blog. I am more than happy with the results. You can see what I created right here at the blog your’re reading.
There were a few tweeks that I wanted to make and I went to the company’s website which offers forum support. The software developer, Ünsal Korkmaz, was very generous with his support and help.
I was so impressed that I decided to write this plug for his theme. You can learn more about it at http://theme.firmasite.com/ but the easiest way to insert it into your WordPress blog is to find it in the theme and then easily insert it.
What I like about the theme:
The support is above great.
It is modern and looks very professional
It includes sliders if I choose to use them.
It was easy to insert my header graphic into the program.
It comes with 13 different “looks” and then you can customize them further.
You can easily add information on the right side using Widgets
You can include 3 columns within the look of the page (see the bottom of this page).
In addition to the blog pages showing full articles or snippets of articles, you can tile the articles to show 10 or so articles on a page.
If you’re looking for a new theme, I recommend you try http://theme.firmasite.com/ first.
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