We’ve been making magazine WordPress themes since 2008.
When Yamidoo Magazine was released (it’s still available but has been completely revamped and received twenty four updates since release) it was one of the first magazine-style WordPress themes.
We’ve been able to watch the magazine theme niche grow in popularity over the years, see (and influence) a wave of easy-to-use themes and see how customers’ demands have evolved.
Our experience – and feedback from customers – means we’re very well placed to help you get the most from your WordPress magazine theme. Continue Reading →
Our case study series finds world-class creatives, bloggers and business owners using WPZOOM themes to move their projects forwards and finds out what makes them tick. Most recently we talked with award winning filmmaker Danny Cooke.
Today I’m excited to share my conversation with Lisa at Eat Move Glow. Lisa is a UK-registered nutritionist who started her blog to inspire women to find a healthy balance in life. Continue Reading →
It’s absolutely essential to have a fast site. Nearly half of web users expect a site to load within two seconds – and they’ll abandon a site that isn’t loaded within three seconds (source, see also this detailed study).
This sounds like brutal behaviour, but it’s the reality; users aren’t sat whilst your site loads with a stopwatch, ready to stop and do something else, but if your site isn’t loading promptly, they are ready to tab over to another site or head back to Google and load up a competitor. Continue Reading →
Instagram is part of Facebook’s unstoppable empire and the top Instagrammers need blogs to match their sites. In this post we share 7 beautiful blogs from some heavyweight Instagrammers, who use our themes and share nearly 150,000 followers between them.
What do their blogs look like? Let’s take a look.
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Big day for us at WPZOOM! We’re very excited to announce the release of our new theme. Meet VideoBox, a video theme for WordPress, perfect to showcase your video content on any device.
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