This started out within the comment thread of my last post about WordPress and it reminded me again that I need to update a much older post about what premium WordPress themes I like for professional-looking web sites.
As I’ve said before, I’m loyal to about three theme developers. But I’m now looking at two other developers and their themes, particularly a few specific themes that appear to be tailored to law firms and other professionals.
Finally, I haven’t talked about WordPress “frameworks.” Frameworks are themes but with a somewhat different focus. Frameworks are essentially theme design scaffolding for WordPress. Depending on the framework, you get up on the scaffolding and supply the design elements from whatever menu the framework offers. I’ve not used frameworks such as Thesis or Headway or Thematic. One, they just haven’t appealed to me and they are generally more expensive (but not a whole lot, actually). And two, I like the supreme flexibility to switch out various themes and functions, something that’s a bit more limited and complicated in a framework.