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Knoji announced the availability of new consumer guide comparing top WordPress frameworks: StudioPress, DIYThemes, WooThemes, PageLines, and Dream Template.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
An excerpt from the report is included below:
"StudioPress is managed by Brian Gardner and his team of professional designers, graphic artists and WordPress experts. Each has their own specialty and area of expertise, which serves to broaden the team's knowledge. Its five-star Genesis framework offers two main themes: classic and child. A child theme acquires the functionality of another theme—known as the parent theme—and lets you adjust or customize the functionality of that theme. StudioPress guarantees your existing layout will automatically be brought in and matched to your new theme’s design; all links and text will be preserved in every layout; and any merger will be seamless and require minimal to no manual editing."
"Designed by Chris Pearson in 2009, DIYThemes has become popular with both beginner and professional bloggers around the world, including professional guitarist Dave Navarro and SEO guru Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Land. Its popularity is attributed to its contemporary design, user-friendly interface and powerful customization features. Its Thesis framework is one of the most widely used premium theme frameworks. It can be found on nearly 40,000 websites, including the Print Magazine blog, The Domino Project and Outspoken Media."
"Founded by Mark Forrester, Adii Pienaar and Magnus Jepson, WooThemes designs and develops cutting-edge commercial themes and plugins for WordPress. With over 200,000 registered users and collaborations with industry-leading designers, WooThemes has firmly established themselves as leaders and innovators in the WordPress theme development arena. WooThemes has a large selection of reasonably priced (some are even free), high quality themes that are ready-to-use or easily modified. All themes are compatible with most browsers, including Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Chrome. WooThemes also comes with a built-in framework updater so you will always be using the most current version."
"PageLines was founded in 2009 by Andrew Powers. Headquartered in SOMA San Francisco, California, it sells and supports professional web software for the self-hosted WordPress platform. Various packages are available. The Professional/Personal Edition (Framework only) is $139 and the Developer/Business Edition (with a few more features) is $239. Plus Memberships for both are slightly more expensive. They all come with a 30-day money back guarantee and you can cancel your membership at any time."
"DreamTemplate's team of web designers and graphic artists work all around the globe delivering its premium quality designs to customers regularly. Showcasing over 6,000 professionally designed templates for websites and other web content solutions, including CSS, Flash, newsletter and logo templates, PhotoShop web designs and company form designs, and clipart and abstract images, animation and background textures. There also are templates for Microsoft Office Word and PowerPoint."
Knoji, based in Los Angeles, is a leading consumer website providing in-depth reviews, Q&A forums, and information on deals and discounts on thousands of top retailers worldwide. Consumers can find information on most leading e-commerce websites including those from the fashion, technology, financial and travel industries.
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