Our mission at WPHUB is to take our collective years of experience to build a WordPress themes and plugins marketplace that emphasizes code quality and beauty. As a team of developers and designers, we at WPHUB understand the importance of delivering to you themes and plugins that not only look good, but run well.
WPHUB put equal importance on all of our community members, be it a first time blogger, a WordPress developer or theme author. We don’t cater to one specific group as we believe each member plays an important role in keeping a healthy WordPress marketplace and eco-system.
Our promise to the community as a whole is as follows:
- Offer a fast and efficient browsing experience to easily navigate and find themes
- Guarantee support from the author for every purchase made
- Before any theme is published, undergo a code review to ensure proper functionality and a high standard of coding
- Provide fast communication and transparency
- Simplify life by providing advanced search filters to search for themes on an assortment of variables that include: bundled dummy data, PSD layers, WPML support and more
- Only offer WordPress themes and plugins that are 100% GPL
- Never charge extra for a “Developer license”
- Not limit the systems on which that you can install your themes or plugins.
- Offer fair commission rates that do not penalize new authors
- Allow you to publish and sell your themes and plugins anywhere else, with no exclusive contracts
- Build trust by being transparent with sales and traffic data
WPHUB was founded in 2010 as the definitive repository for WordPress themes, with reviews on hundreds of themes from the top authors and studios in the industry. As developers ourselves that shared in the frustrations of scouring the web to find the perfect theme for a particular job or client, our purpose was to create a centralized location to easily browse and research the top quality themes available.
Through the years, WPHUB has grown in size, with a constantly updated blog, interviews with WordPress movers and shakers, plugin reviews, tutorials for WP novices and over 600 theme reviews. At the same time, the WordPress industry also matured, with thousands theme studios and plugin authors joining the community to match the ever growing base of WordPress users.
In 2014, WPHUB underwent a transformation by becoming a full blown WordPress themes and plugins marketplace, with add-on services such as web site hosting and site customization. Our marketplace was designed to meet the needs of customers, developers and authors alike; all of whom felt that there was a lack of a marketplace that met their specific needs.