WordPress is one of the most ubiquitous software
platforms on the Web, powering tens of thousands
of websites. They range from simple blogs to
custom, complex content management systems
(CMS) and there is no shortage of design options
(themes) from which to choose.
One of the biggest draws to WordPress is the ability to set up
a Web presence for no cost. However, for most Web enterprises,
paying a premium for WordPress themes carries significant
advantages — including SEO-optimized coding, more
professional-looking designs and needed support. In short,
commercial WordPress themes are far more powerful than
their free counterparts.
Website Magazine decided to take a peek into the massive
commercial WordPress universe to help you come up with
criteria for your WordPress-powered website.