Best Wordpress Themes For Mac

Posted By admin On 16.02.22

Final Words on the Best Community WordPress Themes The secret to picking an excellent community WordPress theme lies in understanding your specific site needs. On top of that, we encourage you to go for a responsive and feature-rich theme (ex: Total WordPress theme – it really is a true multipurpose theme). We’re going to cover one of the simplest steps you can take to streamline and professionalize your workflow: setting up a local WordPress installation on your Mac. Before we get into detail though, let’s quickly recap the main reasons why you should do this. The installation of WordPress on the Mac is possible with just a few clicks. Learn how the installation works and what you need it for. Learn how now. Website Design. The 14 best WordPress Themes 2018 After my very successful posting about my favorite plugins for WordPress, I. Read More » Website Management. WordPress Best Practices We follow the guidelines of the Automattic Wordpress theme team to ensure that our themes are up to Wordpress standards. Free Updates Forever.

WordPress is always evolving thanks to its vast community of designers and developers, working together to push it forward. Those millions of users are constantly designing and developing amazing WordPress themes to be shared and used by all on the platform.

If you have a project you aren't quite ready to invest money into by hosting a custom site and domain, then the free WordPress themes are an awesome way to start things off. There are countless themes available to you in the community, or you could always try one of the many WordPress tutorials if you wanted to try it out yourself. Remember, once your site is up and running, you can always dissect your theme and build on top of it – it's a great learning experience.

We've scoured the WordPress ether and found the best free WordPress themes for your design pleasure. Also take a look at our guide to the best web hosting services in 2019, many of which offer options specifically for WordPress hosting.

01. Hitchcock

Hitchcock is an achingly modern WordPress portfolio theme for designers, photographers and other creatives. The beautiful design comes with Jetpack infinite scroll, custom accent color, custom header image, support for the gallery post format, the option to always show post preview titles, editor styling and much more.

We love the clean lines of the grid on the front page, and the way they reveal the bold background behind.

02. Oblique

A chic and stylish choice for personal blogs, this masonry WordPress theme makes a classy, minimalist statement. Oblique comes with a wealth of features including being SEO, widget and translation ready, unlimited colours and custom backgrounds. We love the unusual geometric shapes used to house text and images.

03. Gutenshop

This clean, minimal and responsive ecommerce WordPress theme is super fast and fully SEO optimized. Gutenshop can be used as a one page shop, and it's 100 per cent compatible with WordPress 5.0 so you can add any type of content you like to the front page. It is fully optimised for any type of screen, making it the next big thing in webshop design.

04. MinimalistBlogger

This elegant, minimalist design isn't that customisable so you have to really love what you get when you hit download. However, stripping away the noise makes the content really sing, so this is a great choice for you if you want to push your work into centre stage. It's lightweight and SEO optimised, making it a hassle free choice that is beautifully simple.

06. Monty

Designed with freelancers in mind, Monty is a one-page portfolio theme that's easy to set up and comes with plenty of features that you'd expect to find in a premium theme. These include a one-click demo importer, Visual Composer to make putting your site together a breeze, Slider Revolution and Swiper Slider, as well as flexible colours and typography so you can get exactly the look you need.

07. Business Zone

Business is serious business and requires a serious theme, but that doesn't mean you have to pay for it. This free WordPress theme offers all the elements you'll need if you're building a site for a more sober, corporate client, with plenty of ready-made sections that'll tick all the business boxes. Responsive and easily customisable, it uses King Composer to ease the building process.

05. Hamilton

Responsive and Retina-ready, Hamilton is a clean portfolio theme with a minimal layout and fine-tuned typography that's designed to draw people's attention to the really important stuff: your content. It has built-in support for the Jetpack Infinite Scroll module, so you can pack it with as much imagery as you can muster, and if you're not keen on the white background you can instantly activate Dark Mode to display your portfolio with white text on a dark background.

08. Themx

With its drag-and-drop interface, Themx is a creative, fully responsive free WordPress theme that's suitable for almost any kind of website. It's based around Visual Composer to make the business of putting a site together nice and straightforward. If you're aiming for an international audience then you'll find its WPML support invaluable, and it also comes with a variety of custom post types and plenty of customisation options.

09. Brad

Crafted for maximum browser compatibility using HTML5 and CSS3, Brad is a fully responsive, minimalist portfolio theme for showing off your work in the best light. It features three portfolio types with multiple layouts, a 12-column grid system and precise, granular page building using Elementor Page Builder.

10. Mallow

Aimed at writers of all kinds, Mallow is a well-balanced and flexible theme designed to be a blank canvas to express what’s on your mind. Perfect for blogging and case studies, it's fast and fully responsive with complete browser support and regular updates; upgrade to the Pro version for a live theme customiser and unlimited colour choices.

11. Bandana

Featuring responsive layouts and Font Awesome support as well as custom menus, widgetised sidebars, custom background, featured images and more, Bandana is a free, clean and simple WordPress theme that's tested in modern browsers and fully optimised for SEO. And if you don't mind getting handy with code, you can fork it on GitHub to create your own version.

12. Sydney

If you're looking to improve your online presence and attract customers or clients, Sydney is an excellent choice. It was built with business owners and freelancers in mind, and provides a wide array of customisation options that will help your website stand out. Sydney is also fully responsive, supports translation, and makes social media integration a cinch.

13. Illdy

Built on the Bootstrap framework and fully responsive and mobile-friendly, Illdy is a fantastic-looking multipurpose theme. All the heavy lifting is done via the WordPress Customizer, enabling you to build your site on the fly using preview mode, and it's entirely compatible with popular plugins such as Contact Form 7, Gravity Forms and Yoast SEO, with WooCommerce support coming soon.

14. Hemingway

Unless you want to change themes every year it's best to pick something that won't look dated as design trends evolve, and Hemingway is a good option in that regard. It's a simple, elegant two-column layout with classic typography and large, readable text. Bloggers will find it ideal. Hemingway is built to be responsive, so will work on desktop and mobile.

15. Origin

If you want to fit a lot of text onto your homepage, Origin does a good job of doing it without looking messy or cluttered. With this theme your articles are arranged in a column that gives each one space for a decent-length intro, and the type looks great. A good choice for a site with a lot of reading.

16. Upright

Upright is a fully responsive, blog-style theme for WordPress that leverages big imagery and portfolio functionality to present content effectively. Featured sliders, sidebar colour pickers, and custom background images allow users to create a unique site without having to code. This theme is search engine optimised from the get-go, to help increase traffic.

17. Fashionista

Fashionista is another type-driven theme that's ideal for magazine-style blogs. We like the bold headlines and pleasingly busy layout that will look good on both desktop and mobile. This theme is built on Bootstrap, and can be easily customised to suit your needs.

18. Hatch

Illustrators, photographers and artists will love this theme. The layout has one large slot for your main image and then a grid of 12 smaller images to instantly gives visitors a sense of what your work is like. It's a great use of space that fits a lot of content into one screen. There's also a lightbox included to showcase work individually.

19. Lightly

Lightly is a clean, minimalist blog magazine theme for WordPress that puts your content centre-stage. The theme's refreshing design features a home page slider and a widgetised homepage that allows users to create custom layouts by simply dragging and dropping everything into place.

20. Glider

Don't want to mess about trying to find beautiful imagery? Looking for free WordPress themes that focus on the text, to make that look beautiful instead? This minimal, text-focused theme is all about seamless reading: no page loads, no interruptions, just a quick and easy way to access content.

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21. Grid

Grid gives you the feeling you're on a site that's had a lot of thought put into its design. This free WordPress theme would work really well for a portfolio, artist or event site. It's very graphic or photo-heavy, so make sure you have the content to back it up. One plus is that this theme maintains its responsiveness well.

22. ARCHITEKT

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Architekt's layout and minimalistic approach to design makes content (especially photos) stand out well. This is a really nicely designed and well thought-out responsive theme.

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This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.

Description

Manage or create your WordPress blog or website right from your iOS device: create and edit posts and pages, upload your favorite photos and videos, view stats and reply to comments.
With WordPress for iOS, you have the power to publish in the palm of your hand. Draft a spontaneous haiku from the couch. Snap and post a photo on your lunch break. Respond to your latest comments, or check your stats to see what new countries today’s visitors are coming from.
WordPress for iOS is an Open Source project, which means you too can contribute to its development. Learn more at https://apps.wordpress.com/contribute/.
WordPress for iOS supports WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress.org sites running WordPress 4.0 or higher.
Need help with the app? Visit the forums at https://ios.forums.wordpress.org/ or tweet us @WordPressiOS.

What’s New

- You can now change your username in the app.
- Data about your File Downloads is now available in Period stats.
- You can now publish drafts in the Posts list by tapping the new “Publish Now” action accessible from the “…” menu.

18.5K Ratings

Ver. 13.1 stats not showing for the current day

I updated my iPhone and iPad to 13.1 (had to completely reinstall the app on my iPhone a few days ago when an earlier version 13.0? was released...). It is about 6:50 AM on August 27th. The Stats display still only shows stats up through 8/26 on the iOS app for both iPhone and iPad. If I use a web browser on a laptop and visit my site stats, I can see stats correctly up through 8/27, but not in the iOD version. I tried to open a chat session with you on my laptop to inform you of this, but it wasn’t connecting to anything, so, sorry, but I had to use this route for feedback. Hope you see this report!!!
P.S. - My time zone is set correctly to Los Angeles in both the iOS and web versions. The latest iOS version history mentioned changes to the time zone setting, so I think this change was not thoroughly tested.
PLEASE MOVE SLOWLY AND DO NOT BREAK THINGS!! Facebook’s software development philosophy is total crap!

Lacking features from the full site

I use this app for work because I'm frequently on the go and away from a computer, and for whatever reason accessing the site from iOS Safari makes it impossible to save anything into the body text form.
While this app is a lifesaver and easy to use for the most part, I'm continually frustrated by how many features from the main site are missing. For instance, there doesn't seem to be any way to assign authorship to a blog post in the app, and nor does there seem to be any way to edit metadata in the media library. I can live with the fact that embedded social media cards and iframes don't display properly in the text form while writing, but it would be nice if posting a raw url in the app's text form automatically converted it into an html embed.
Another problem with the app is that it seems to have caching issues. Tons of drafts that have already been published stay visible in drafts, and keep accumulating the longer I use the app without deleting it. I hope solutions to these things are in the pipeline.

Developer Response,

Thank you so much for your feedback. I've forwarded it onto our team and we'll keep track of demand for the features you mentioned. For the caching issues: manually dragging the posts screen down with your fingers should force the app to refresh. If that's not the case, we'd be happy to chat further about this problem. You can email us at [email protected] or navigate to Me > Help & Support > Contact Us within the app.

Mediocre and continues getting worse

I love Wordpress, I’ve been using it for my blog for years, but it’s one step forward and 5 steps back.
Two complaints that need to be addressed:
1. Imbedded video. Unless I use the website I cannot embed videos in the post from the app. I used to be able to just drop the link into a text field and, viola!, the video would appear. Now, it just appears as the link, with no preview. And if I have to edit a post that has an embedded video from anything other than my computer browser, it reverts to just a link.
3. No clock coordination. I don’t know when scheduled posts are going to go live. I set the time (CST/CDT) and it either publishes early, not really a problem, or doesn’t publish at all. I like to have my posts to go live at specific times so that my regular readers know when to look. For example, if I schedule a post for 8am(CDT) on a specific day it might go live at 4am (CDT) that day or never. Come on people.

Developer Response,

Do you have time to get in touch so that we can gather more details about the problem? You can get in touch via Me > Help & Support > Contact Us within the app. You can also email us at [email protected] Our support team would be happy to look into this and guide you.

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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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