The 5 Best Free Wordpress Themes

One of the major advantages of using Wordpress for running your website is the sheer number of ‘themes’ that are available – here we provide a quick top 5 list of the best free Wordpress themes.

The 5 Best Free WordPress Themes

One of the major advantages of using WordPress for running your website is the sheer number of ‘themes’ that are available.

A theme simply refers to the design of the site – the ‘look and feel’. There are literally thousands of themes out there – meaning you have thousands of options for the design of your site.

Here we provide a quick top 5 list of the best free WordPress themes that are out there. Click on the name of the theme to download – we would recommend always downloading free themes directly from the WordPress theme directory.

Typalno_1

Typal is a great free theme for a small business.

It’s easy to set up, features 5 widget areas, lots of customisation options and is responsive (designed to provide an optimal viewing experience on mobiles and tablets as well as computers).

Click here to view a demo of the Typal theme

no_2Point

Point is a fantastic free theme that is ideal for a magazine style website.

The options panel features loads of settings available to choose from, advert areas, custom widgets and is responsive.

Click here to view a demo of the Point theme

Bloglyno_3

Blogly is a great theme if you run your own blog.

It features a theme customiser which allows changing colour scheme, logo and background image and again looks great on mobile devices.

Click here to view a demo of the Blogly theme

Makeno_4

Make is another great free theme for a small business.

A drag and drop page builder make it easy to create great looking pages, and customisation of logo, fonts and colours is simple. Make is another responsive theme.

Click here to view a demo of the Make theme

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Twenty Fourteen

Twenty Fourteen is the default WordPress theme is installed when you first create your WordPress installation, but looks great and is great for a magazine/blog website.

The homepage slider or grid is a great way of displaying your featured content, the theme features 3 widget areas and is responsive.

Click here to view a demo of the Twenty Fourteen theme

 

FURTHER ADVICE

If you have a question you would like answered, you can submit a question on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/gbsport – we look forward to hearing from you.

GBSport members can contact us on 01952 201657 for specific telephone and email advice and support on this and any other business matter. Or for more advice on web design you can email webdesign@gbsport.org.uk – we can help with plugin setup, themes, or you can take advantage of our bespoke web design service.

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