You can now find over 700 WordPress theme reviews right here on WPHub. Over 700! And the best part is that they start at $25 apiece. We have themes for all purposes and all budgets and we have been adding about two more every day. You name it, we’ve reviewed it.
We thought we’d take a moment and look at a few of the newest theme reviews to join the WPHub family. First on our hit list is Allegro, a theme from ColorLabs that will run you $49. Allegro was released in August 2011 and is ideal for use on a personal or business blog site.
Allegro is 100% responsive, which means users can view it with minimal hassle on mobile devices no matter what their screen resolution or device orientation is. It has a pair of gallery page templates for displaying your images on the Web. You’ll find a full preview, complete with a variety of screen shots, right here on WPHub.
Also new on WPHub is a review of Minimalia, which was created by MyThemeShop. This theme comes with a $35 price tag and, according to our review, Minimalia is, as its name suggests, “a minimalistic WordPress theme designed to make viewing of your blog’s content a cinch from the front-end perspective. This fully responsive premium download comes with a full shortcodes collection, limitless color schemes, custom typography, and 10 custom widgets.”
Minimalia has a built-in SEO tool and an uncomplicated layout that includes a preview image, post title, teaser text, byline, and number of comments. If you’re in the market for one of the most straightforward WordPress themes out there, Minimalia is for you. And the fact that there is no limit to the number of color schemes you can choose from means you can customize Minimalia to your heart’s content.
Another unique WordPress theme we’ve reviewed in recent days here on WPHub is Directory by ColorLabs. Directory will set you back $49 and is an excellent way to showcase your products or services online. It’s perfectly suited for classified ads and allows users to submit their own ads via an easy-to-use interface.
Directory comes complete with a “Featured Ad” section to help you promote your most important products and services. There’s also a “Latest Submit” section that is designed to encourage “your returning submitters to continue to post their ads in order to gain access to this highly-viewed area,” as our review of Directory reads. Directory even has a responsive blog to boot.
If you’re in the market for a new home, then you’ll be begging to stumble across a website with EstateExpert from ColorLabs installed on it. This nifty WordPress theme is 100% responsive and is designed specifically for real estate websites. Perhaps the coolest feature in EstateExpert is a “Property Search,” a widget you can place on the home page that allows visitors to filter your listings by price, type, location, and feature.
A special “Latest Properties” section of EstateExpert displays a home’s square footage, number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, asking price, address, title, and a short description. You can even designate certain properties as “Feature Properties” and upload photos and videos to give would-be buyers a taste of what they can expect.
Finally, if you’re a fan of structured layouts, then you’ll love Lucid, which costs $39. As our theme review narrates, Lucid “is a fully responsive premium product specifically designed for magazine websites. Its sleek build boasts a ‘strict grid’ format that is clean and displays your content in a manner that is easy to browse from the front end.” Lucid is perfect for magazine-themed websites.
Lucid has a responsive design and includes widgets like “Recent Posts” and “Archives.” The theme is simple to navigate and allows users to view multiple categories of content with minimal clicks, perfect for any mobile visitors that frequent a Lucid-powered site.
Again, WPHub is adding about two new WordPress theme reviews daily, so check back often to see what’s new. Click here to view our latest WordPress theme entries.