1. Clearissa says:

    I am currently in the market for a new theme. I am hoping to update my site in 2018. But I am contemplating hiring someone else to do the heavy lifting, but I will keep this article to hopefully give the designer ideas. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Miki Patel says:

    This is a great list of WordPress themes. I started off with Divi (which is a great theme), but what I didn’t like about it is that it needed to many plugins to get the functionality I wanted. Too many plugins slows down a website. It’s still a great theme though. I currently use FocusBlog by Thrive Themes, which has many plugins already built into its theme.

  3. Mark Henry says:

    Nice listing. It’s helping me a lot.
    I also want to suggest you ‘Kosmic’ WordPress theme. It is a fully responsive premium WordPress theme, which you can use for creating a multipurpose eCommerce website. It’s unique features will help you to boost your sell to your targeted users.

  4. Thanks for the big list of premium themes. Each theme comes with a loads of pre built demos, layouts, icons and other set of options and it is really hard to choose between them. Also for many premium themes it takes considerable time to learn to use all the features. Divi is very good , but also I can see one of my clients is taking years to learn the theme and its options!.
    Out of the 30 themes mentioned I really like the layout and design of Jupiter. It looks elegant and beautiful.

  5. Raghu Acharya says:

    Astra is a very light weight theme and has best support for WooCommerce, LMS Learndash/LifterLMS and supports page builders. Their ‘ agency plan ‘ has useful plugins bundled.

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