TeslaThemes Opens For Business

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Here at WPHub, we aim to keep our readers up to date on new premium WordPress theme companies that open up shop. One such firm, called TeslaThemes, officially began offering its services to the public last month and currently has a catalog that includes seven downloadable themes; all differing from one another in design and functionality.

An in-house company statement published recently by the TeslaThemes staff welcomed new customers to the website while also giving a rundown of what visitors can expect when browsing through the themes and services that Tesla has to offer. Marketed as a “Rational WordPress Theme Club,” Tesla told its readers that “if you’re in the process of creating a new website or have an existing one, you’ll definitely need a beautiful design and advanced features, powered by a strong content management system. WordPress is probably the best choice for this, as its flexibility, ease of use and powerful features make it so popular and widely used. Its system of themes and plugins gives you (the site owner) practically unlimited possibilities in terms of visual appearance and functionality. You can personalize the look and feel of your website and turn it into anything you want. And what do you need to achieve that? A Premium WordPress Theme.”

Tesla’s statement continued by saying that this is the point “where TeslaThemes fades in: a selected club of Premium WordPress Themes coupled with clean, modern, responsive design and a complete set of advanced features. We provide Multipurpose WordPress Themes with handcrafted design that are great for all bloggers, developers, freelancers, agencies or corporate websites. Our themes come with extended documentation and set-up guides to help you easily get started and we are always glad to provide you full support and free updates for our premium themes.”

Theme Catalog

The names of the themes available at Tesla are: Revoke, Cool Stuff, My Countdown, Design Portfolio, Skywalker, Axa, and Belle. Each has its own set of unique qualities. Take the Revoke theme for example… it comes with a completely responsive design that will automatically adjust content to fit smaller screen sizes that are used when browsing from an iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Blackberry, etc. Below the traditional navigation bar is a featured content slider followed by an introductory area where a thumbnail image can be inserted.

Revoke Theme

By default, there is a four column portfolio feed that can be published directly on the homepage in order to highlight your recent work as well as the projects you’ve worked on in the past.

Another highly unique theme is called My Countdown, and covers an important niche in the WordPress website market for those who need a module for an upcoming event that is capable of counting down the number of days, hours, minutes and seconds.

In the screenshot below, you’ll see that there is a meter displayed on the landing page that gives visitors a very clear idea of when a particular event will be taking place.

Tesla Subscription Plans

There are three subscription plans currently available upon becoming a TeslaThemes customer. The first is a single theme purchase option that is a one-time fee of $25 to full access to a single premium download, support, video tutorials, documentation and the ability to use the download on an unlimited amount of domains.

Tesla Pricing Plans

The Standard package comes with a yearly membership fee of $35 and includes full access to all themes (current and future) that are currently marketed by the company. If you would like to opt for the Developer Club plan, you can also receive PSD Files for all the themes for a price of $55 every twelve months.

Comments (1)

  • Comment by Tim Burt
    Tim Burt

    I don’t regret getting the 55$ developer subscription. I think it’s worth the price considering some themes there are pretty great.