DIYthemes Launches Thesis 2.0 Framework

DIYthemes.com, the company known for its Thesis Framework, has launched Version 2.0 of its all-inclusive theme. The new release boasts the ability to include social media boxes and email signup boxes while giving webmasters even more flexibility as they strive to create the perfect WordPress theme without ever touching a single line of code.

Thesis 2.0 gives customers an option to employ pre-designed themes if they choose to do so, or create a template from scratch by using the click-and-drag design tools. Either way, this theme has a ton of customization capability that can be enjoyed by even the most inexperienced designers.

Visual Design Template Editor

The Visual Design Template Editor available in Thesis 2.0 offers a versatile means of customizing everything from your homepage layout to widgetized areas. However, when combining the editor back-end module with a skin, that’s when customers will be able to experience the full span of the new features, according to DIYthemes.

Thesis Template Editor

“Before Thesis 2.0, if you wanted to create a custom template for one of your pages, it would require a developer and some complex coding. However, with Thesis 2.0’s new template system, you can create new templates at will… and deploy them wherever you want… however you want. Want your category pages to look different from your tag pages? No problem. Want your about page to look different from your other content pages? Again, no problem. Build your own template with our Visual Design Template Editor, save it, and you’re done,” the product’s official page reads.

Search Engine Optimization

SEO has become increasingly important in today’s virtual environment in which websites compete for traffic and click-throughs. Having a site that doesn’t take an eternity to load can mean a lot, especially if you’re publishing a large amount of content that is divvied up in several categories. DIYthemes’ improved SEO features use a variety of new builds to give you every possible advantage when it comes to attracting new visitors.

Thesis SEO

Thesis 2.0 states that Markup schema is part of the new standard used by search engines to understand content on the web. And major search engines like Bing, Google, and Yahoo! use this markup to improve their search results. That’s why we’re pumped to announce that Thesis 2.0 is the first major theme framework that offers support for this new industry standard. We’ve always prided ourselves on being ‘ahead of the game’ when it comes to WordPress SEO, and this just further proves it.”

The new Thesis update lets you implement Google Analytics immediately in order to get the most out of your data tracking and make future content decisions based on your traffic’s personality.

Three Unique Pricing Schemes

Generally speaking, Thesis 2.0 comes in three different pricing schemes that range from bare-bones to all-inclusive depending on your specific needs. There is a Basic Plan that goes for $87 (one-time fee) which will give you unlimited support, 12 months of free upgrades, the Thesis 2.0 theme, and a 30-day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the product after having used it.

There is a developer’s package (officially listed as “Basic Plus”) that gives you the same features as Basic, but adds the SocialTriggers.com Skin and Pearsonified Skin into the mix for a single payment of $164. If you would like to use a pre-set template that runs on the Thesis framework from the very first moment you acquire this item, then the Basic Plus package could be ideal.

Thesis Framework Pricing Plans

Finally, the Thesis Professional option comes with a price tag of $197 and includes all of the benefits mentioned above plus unlimited upgrades, email signup boxes and social media boxes. There are no recurring subscription fees with DIYthemes.

If you would like to find out more about the Thesis 2.0 Framework, you can do so by visiting the DIYthemes.com homepage.

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Michael Scott has been working with WordPress themes and websites in varying capacities since 2007. It was mainly as a project manager where he quickly developed a love for their simplicity and scalability. As a strong advocate of all things WordPress, he enjoys any opportunity to promote its use across the Interweb and here on WPHub.com

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