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Top Five Wordpress Themes

Be aware that themes mentioned in this article are themes that I personally like and therefore your opinion on the themes might be different. Please take note that themes mentioned below are intended for 3.5.x version of the Wordpress software and therefore they might not work on older or newer versions of the software.

Bloggap by Themes Kingdom

Unique responsive theme with colors that go really well together. It comes with custom contact and gallery pages. It’s not as rich in content than entry above, but personally I believe that it’s well worth the money due to being a bit more unique than most of good-looking themes out there. I suggest checking out the full preview.

Sportlife by starshade

Light responsive theme with quite a few color variations available upon purchase. It comes with several different layout variations for most of the ‘default’ pages such as homepage, blog, about us, contact and even a swell portfolio layout with bad-ass animated category filter. I would say that it’s well worth the money.

Shaper Helix - II - by Joomshaper

A light responsive theme suitable for a blog/site which wants to radiate professionalism. It comes in three color variations which are blue, green and (oddly) brown.

Plixus by Flashuser

A very light responsive theme which will shine brightest on a corporate website or a personal portfolio, since it comes with a portfolio page as well as contact page which can easily be used for quotations of your work.

SW You by SmartAddons

Really nice responsive theme with several color variations such as red, green and blue. Theme is most suitable for a personal blog or a blog which has only one author. So, what are your thoughts on these themes or what is your favorite WordPress theme? Let us know in the comments below!

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