Sometimes it seems that buying a WordPress theme can be more complicated than buying a car. There are so many choices and so many different things to consider. Do you need Feature X or does this theme come with Feature Y? Will you have control over A, B, and C, and can you move that thing there over to this section here? Exclusive Content: Download Checklist for Buying a WordPress Premium Theme for easy reference in the future. Pretty soon all the themes all begin look both the same and different at the same time. It’s enough to make your head spin. With that in mind, we’ve made a checklist for you. This should keep you focused and clear about what you’re looking for. Don’t Get Fooled by Nice Photos The first thing to mention here is this tip: Don’t get fooled by nice photos on a demo site. Most demo sites you come across will have all sorts of nice photos on display. But you need to look past those photos to the features of the theme itself. OK, with that major warning, on to the nitty gritty of the checklist. Theme Layouts The layout of the theme essentially consists of the different sections on a page. By different sections I’m talking about things like the header area, the menu
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