Written by Alex Denning on September 25, 20193 comments
Your portfolio website should be the best possible representation of your work, how you present yourself and your work to potential clients, existing customers, and strangers alike. Choosing the right WordPress portfolio theme is incredibly important, but it can be difficult to find the right theme and know you’re making the right choice.
There are good and bad WordPress portfolio themes, so it’s important to pay attention to code quality, long-term support and updates, ease-of-use and customization, as well as the obvious requirements such as excellent design, responsiveness on tablet and mobile devices, and the quality of work on your portfolio website.
Fortunately, we’ve done the hard work for you, and rounded up 35+ of the best WordPress portfolio themes for 2020 and beyond.
We’ve been making WordPress themes for 10 years, and know precisely what to look for, so you can read on with the certainty that we’ve made the right shortlist choices, and you just need to choose the option which suits your portfolio site, brand, and style of work.
Enjoy this list, and we hope you’ll find the perfect WordPress portfolio theme for your portfolio site. Continue Reading →
Written by Pavel Ciorici on September 17, 20190 comments
Last year, even before the WordPress 5.0 release, a new journey into something totally different started for us. A journey called Recipe Card Blocks.
This whole idea of building a recipe card block for Gutenberg was a new challenge for our team, as we’ve been creating mainly themes for the last 10 years. We’ve had another attempt with the ZOOM Builder, but that journey didn’t last too long.
Even though we planned to release a Premium version shortly after we’ve released the free one, we decided to focus first on the free version for a longer period and be 100% sure that we’re on the right path.
With 3000+ active sites using the free version, the release of the PRO version was imminent, as this will help to support the plugin and bring new features to it with each update.
Written by Alex Denning on August 12, 20190 comments
People are picky eaters – they have different tastes, different diets…you get the idea. So if you have a recipe blog, creating a WordPress recipe directory lets people dig into your full catalog of food and find the recipes they’ll absolutely love.
In this post, you’ll learn how to create your own flexible WordPress recipe directory that lists all your recipes in an easy-to-browse table format, along with options for your hungry visitors to:
Filter out recipes by categories or tags – like only showing desserts, or only showing dinners that also follow the ketogenic diet.
Search for specific recipes by keyword.
Click through to the full recipe to see all the ingredients and instructions.
July begins with great (and juicy) news for online shop owners! 🍊We have released the 2.0 version for Balance — your preferred WordPress theme for e-commerce websites. Now the theme is much easier to use and is packed with lots of modules and options, enabling you to create all kinds of layouts.