They say “Hueman is the best rated theme ever for blogs and magazines on WordPress.org”. And it is in fact the best theme for blogging or any website that needs grid-based layouts. It’s 100% mobile friendly. The theme is so versatile that sometimes you might find yourself in a dilemma about which design to pick. With so many features and options, you surely are gonna love this review!
Toujours Theme Review
Toujours is a fully responsive free WordPress theme, suitable for wedding, travel journals, magazines, photography websites or any kind of photo-based blog. Its clean and beautiful layout along with large featured images and bold typography gives it an elegant and premium look. Read the in-detail review here
You’re going to love this theme for sure. It’s very neat and very well designed. I was thinking much of switching to it lately. I’m still using Twenty Twelve! Rowling Theme is also very similar to Lovecraft but I haven’t really tested it yet.
Baskerville 2 Theme Review
First, I would like to thank Mohamad for inviting me to be a guest author on his blog. It’s an honor and very exciting! 🙂
The Baskerville 2 Theme is an older theme that has been updated with new features. It works perfectly on all devices. I experimented with about seven other themes before settling on this one. I’ll explain my reasons throughout this post.
This is one of the simplest themes in WordPress’ with all possible features and clean interface. However, It’s a little bit ugly. For me, CSS customization is a must in order to use it.
WordPress Theme: Rosalie
Greetings, fellow bloggers! I’m Sarah and am absolutely delighted to be a guest blogger on here, thanks to Mohamad for his invitation, I do hope you’ll find the post useful. I’ve had my blog since 2012, but haven’t always given it a lot of time and attention. Recently, I decided to take the plunge and upgrade to a Premium account on wordpress.com, so I had a wider choice of themes, could monetise my site if the need arose, and all of the other benefits that come with just a few pounds a month.
Customizing CSS in Twenty Sixteen Theme
This post might be more for those who are into CSS and with a WordPress premium plan. As I mentioned earlier, I like to keep my design the same on all platforms and themes I use. That’s, the blue banner with rounded logo, menu & search box at top, boxed posts, and rounded widgets at right side.