Most people probably base theme selections largely on appearance, but there are important considerations far beyond that. Appearance is highly dependent on images, fonts and color selections in demos. The code behind a nice appearance is far more important. Has the developer written it in compliance with WordPress standards to minimize security vulnerabilities, minimize plugin conflicts, and to reduce the risks of future incompatibilities when WordPress is upgraded? Does it run correctly on recent releases of PHP, so there won’t be a nasty surprise when a hosting provider upgrades their server software? Some nice-looking themes with glowing reviews score poorly on these issues. I assumed that probably also would be true of the various MH Themes.
Boy was that assumption wrong! I first installed MH Newsdesk lite. I was very impressed and paid for the premium upgrade. I now have the entire premium theme bundle which includes the MH Magazine theme. The premium version has more features and is well worth the trivial upgrade cost, but the free version is designed just as well and works great if the added features aren’t needed. I strongly recommend it.
This theme is very perfect for a magazine blog. The options are great.
I am totally new to this & not very tech savvy, so I cannot compare it to any theme other than the standard 'Twenty Fifteen' one. That said, if I can use it anyone can!
The reason I looked for a new theme was that that 2015 theme will not allow a menu across the top and the mobile version doesn't show the navigation at all, just a 'dot' that most people will miss. ie: looking for something more adaptable and a professional web page.
I chose MH Magazine Lite solely because it appeared to allow addition of menu's across the top as well as the standard widgets down the side. Having played around with it for a few hours I now have the makings of what I was looking for and a far more professional looking Blog.
When I looked up the mobile version it shows a the navigation menu at the top which is a massive improvement over Twenty Fifteen theme.
However, one bug I have come across already is that if you add a header image and a headline description together, the mobile version appears as it should but on a PC / laptop it only displays the picture without any words! I can't find a way to fix that.
MH Magazine Lite is the best theme I've used so far.Its efficient and beautiful.It works perfectly for me.Looking forward to get the Pro Version.Thanks to the developers
I was choosing a theme for my new website. I ended up liking the magazine style themes the most. So I was focusing on those. This one ended to be the best. Main winning advantages:
I found the "lite" demo more appropriate and more professional than "pro" demo. I think I'll soon buy the pro version, but will keep the structure of the light version.
Very nice theme
First, thank you for the free demo version. This just made you at least one sale.
The lite version here is clean and great looking. It's got a lot of functionality for a free theme. The documentation on the theme's website is good enough to have you up and running in minutes. And looking through the support forums here, it seems like you offer great support. This free version is great as is, but I can't wait to dive into the full commercial version for an upcoming blog update.
At the moment i'm trying my website in local, and i'm using the lite version, and it's absolutely great!
At the beginning i will use the lite version because i still don't know how my website will work, but if the business will go good i absolutely will but the premium version.
My suggestion for those peoples that already have a working website is to buy it.
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