The Web is overrun with an endless supply of frameworks, leaving web designers with no shortage of options. Yet, many web designers still find themselves working with an average, free theme. This is exactly where Startup Framework Theme for WordPress might come in handy.
We first featured, Startup Framework some time ago, and it’s now compatible with the world’s most popular CMS, WordPress; plus it’s considerably more flexible, and easier to customize.
Thanks to its inline visual editor and drag-and-drop functionality, a total of 100 blocks are placed at your service, so you can order/re-order them, and come up with a website that looks sharp.
Check out Startup Framework for WordPress’ short video review:
Easy to use
Once you’ve purchased Startup Framework for WordPress, you download and activate it. Then, your WordPress dashboard will sport a new menu item, named ‘SFW Pages’. That’s where you go to decide on the apparel of each web page. You need only move your cursor to ‘Add New’, then name your page, and simply click on the button that will lead you to a ‘Visual Editor’.
To describe it, the visual editor is highly intuitive on the whole, and lists a series of links to different sections of your site, on the left side (Headers, Footers, Contents, Contacts, etc). You are free to take your pick from a range of 23 Header styles. Furthermore, you can edit everything in the main view, and start from highlighting text in order to alter it, then upload images, and modify color schemes.
You are also at liberty to edit or add your own CSS code, by accessing the icon from the top-right corner of the editor’s interface. Finally, hit the ‘Preview’ button before publishing, and see how each individual element impacts your overall site appearance.
Startup Framework for WordPress is bound to help users make riveting websites with great ease, and it’s good to know that each of this theme’s 100 blocks is calibrated to be 100% responsive across mobile devices, and get along famously with Retina displays.
Startup Framework for WordPress isn’t a fully-fledged solution for web designers with a keen eye for detail, let alone for web developers who are completely ignored. However, this theme would be a terrific choice if you don’t care to design everything from scratch yourself, as well as if you’re pressed for time.
A single user license from Startup Framework for WordPress is affordable, and it’s good to know that Designmodo offers a 20-day money-back guarantee. If you’re running a design agency, it might even make sense to invest in a bundle of five licenses. However, a demo version is also available for those who want to try it, before committing to a license.
Designmodo have set up a coupon code especially for WebdesignerDepot readers: Just enter DEPOT at the checkout for a 25% discount.
[– This is a sponsored post on behalf of Startup Framework for WordPress –]