A Round Up Of The 10 Best WordPress Themes Built With Bootstrap
Arcade Basic has a beautifully bold homepage design, perfect for creating that all important visual first impression. Behind the scenes it has lots of options built into WordPress’ customizer feature, and includes special styles for Jetpack galleries.
Inkness is a great responsive theme that boasts a 3 Column Grid homepage layout. With features including configurable sidebar locations, a responsive slider, multiple page layouts and footer widgets, this theme is one of the true greats in the WordPress catalogue.
Romangie is a very elegant responsive theme that provides support for posts and is retina-ready. It offers a superb browsing experience for users of both handheld devices and desktops.
Rivera is a very slickly designed theme for WordPress. Featuring a large slider on the homepage, it also boasts configurable banner advertisement spaces, page templates and beautiful portfolio templates. A real winner.
The Flat Theme main attractions lie in its extra features. With a fully filterable portfolio it comes with a broad range of extra page designs, including sections for services, a contact page, FAQs and pricing tables. Very good for a website offering to sell services.
A portfolio theme, Wembley is primarily designed for those to showcase high quality pictures – be they for photographic purposes themselves, or pictures of products. The colour scheme can be changed, and banner ads can be configured.
Ward comes with a rather unique layout with its jumbo headline and includes support for post formats. With 20 different Google Fonts to choose from, an extensive colour palette and responsive design, it is very easy to customize this theme to suit your requirements using WordPress’ customizer tool.
The beauty of Blain is in its minimalism. Designed with a responsive slider, it boasts a customizable header and footer, four page layout templates as well as custom widgets in which you can display posts and thumbnails.
Fullby is a truly great theme, inspired by the 2014 WordPress default theme. The home page is wonderfully fluid, displaying a grid for posts and photos and features. There is a featured content section which serves as the header, and is an excellent choice for anyone who plans on building a busy, frequently updated website.
Lobster gets its name from the theme’s featured font. Layouts are all fully customizable, and the theme supports post formats, bbPress and BuddyPress. It’s 100% responsive, which you can readily test by resizing your browser so you can see how it adjusts to smartphones and tablets.
What are your favourite WordPress built with Bootstrap? Let us know in the comments below.