If you’re anything like me the idea of having a WordPress theme that can be all encompassing is an exciting prospect. One theme to rule them all (my precious), however the reality is somewhat different. If you take a look at online marketplaces such as Themeforest (which is a behemoth in the WordPress theme selling space), you will see countless themes all professing to cure-all ails.
Unfortunately more often than not this can throw up a wealth of problems. Before you all go yeh whatever, hear me out, ok?
Multi-purpose WordPress themes are great they save me and my clients so much time.
Whilst that may well be true, just how fitting is your theme choice for your client. Or indeed yourself? Does it work the way it should specifically for your niche?
Or are you putting a round peg in a square hole, with a ‘I bought it for this purpose, I’m getting my monies worth’ attitude?
Chances are you more than likely are.
Then again it may well be the theme fits the niche you need it for and its happy days all round. To that I say fair play to you good sir / lady.
Multi-purpose WordPress themes are hit and miss, more often miss.
The problem you have with a theme that bills