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Top 10 WordPress Themes for an eCommerce Website

Top 10 WordPress Themes for an eCommerce Website


When it comes to starting your own website, the key goal is to make sure that it is clean and presentable. While some may believe that they must know how to code, that isn’t always true. There are plenty of WordPress themes that you can use for your website. Here are 10 of the best themes new designers can use for their websites.

 

1.  eSell: This is a practical, well-reviewed theme that adapts to both laptop and mobile devices.

 

2. TopShop This is a simple, but effective design that allows you to line up your products so the shopper can make easy purchases.

 

3. Martable: With this theme, designers can quick link their store to the home page making it easy for your customers to browse.

 

4. Digital This is another picture-friendly theme that comes complete with social media plugins allowing your customers to share your content on their own accounts.

 

5. SimpleoThis is a clean, easy to navigate them which hat adapts to any device. It allows for large pictures, so you can display your product to potential customers.

 

6. PinnacleBuilt by Kadence Themes, this is a template allowing you to make different types of websites. It is also compatible with woocommerce.

 

7. Daisy Chain This theme is good for keeping your customers up-to-date with what you’re doing. You can install a widget keeping your latest posts on the front page.

 

8. Sixteen If you’re looking to sell art-themed products, this is this the theme for you. It is fully equipped with a header and footer. It has also been translated into different languages.

 

9. Bose This theme is designed specifically for corporate sites. If you want, you can set up your online store immediately, as this theme supports woocommerce.

 

10. GalaNight This is a versatile template that can adapt to any need you might have, including making an Ecommerce site. There are over 220 fonts you can choose from, so you can make sure that your ecommerce site looks exactly the way you want it to.

10 Clean WordPress Themes For a Simple Blog Website

10 Clean WordPress Themes For a Simple Blog Website


Sometimes, being a wordsmith and being technologically savvy go hand in hand. This means that you are more than credible to start your own blog. Where do you start? Luckily, there are plenty of simple, clean templates to choose from via WordPress. Here are just ten themes that you can choose from:

 

1. Aquarius  

This particular template isn’t used often, but it is liked by those who have. It has two five star reviews. In terms of appearance, Aquarius is described as “minimalistic.” But that’s okay; less is more. If you’re just starting out, this is a perfect template.

 

2. Kubrick 2014 

 This is another one that doesn’t have a lot of flair to it, but, its simplicity makes it easy to navigate. There is some room for pictures, but not to the point where they’d be overwhelming.

 

3. Accessible Zen 

 This theme’s title says it all: It’s accessible. It’s based on the theme that built the popular blog, Zen Habits.

 

4. Clean Black 

 This theme is simple, yet elegant. Its dark tone gives you that mysterious, yet classy look.

 

5. Simple Life

This theme is ideal for blogging. If you’re just starting out, you can file all your articles by category, which are made easily accessible via a bar on the right of the theme. In addition, it is translation ready.

 

6. WP Simple 

 This theme’s main feature, according to its creator, is its ability to show up fully on smartphones. It has, however, received mixed reviews.

 

7. Pure & Simple 

 This template offers a bit more leeway for the blogger seeking simplicity. You can, however, still keep it as basic as you want. There’s room for a massive picture at the opening, but you can also change it to different layouts.

 

8. Prana 

This theme does away with graphics that need extra time for loading. The result is a lean theme that doesn’t spare any aesthetic qualities. Another feature is improved SEO, which makes it easier for the startup blogger to get his or her name out there.

 

9. Nature Light 

If you’re just starting out and need a simple theme, this one is ideal. It’s not flashy, but it gets the job done for someone wanting to make a word-driven blog.

 

10. Clean Simple White  

This theme does away with just about all pictures—making it easy for you to do what bloggers were born to do: write.