One of the keys to a stunning WordPress website is the choice of a WordPress Theme (and the right choice of Developer of course).
With the right WordPress Theme, you can create some very Beautiful, Visually Appealing, and Engaging websites.
But that isn’t the only consideration when choosing a WordPress Theme.
There are things like Ease of Use, Support from the Theme Developer, Features and Functions, and Mobile and Tablet friendliness.
Your WordPress Theme should have an easy way to add Custom CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), as this allows you to “tweak” the code to get things just right.
Having built-in features and functionality so you don’t have to install additional Plug-in’s is also an advantage.
But there are just some plugin’s you must install.
For example, Security related Plug-in’s, a good SEO Plug-in, and any Special Features not included in most Themes.
Choosing a WordPress Theme
When choosing a WordPress Theme, be sure to source one from a reputable company, and stay right away from Free Themes because they are notorious for bundling either Malicious Code, or Advertising.
Support is also lacking in Free Themes, and generally Free Themes just don’t look good either.
Create an effect that shows a peek at a static background image.
A desirable effect if you wish to provide visual impact that explains what the page is all about.