ThemeIsle Launches to the Public and Proves That WordPress Themes Can Be Fun Again

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ThemeIsle - a new premium WordPress theme store goes out of beta and into a public launch, offering easy-to-grasp and functional themes for everyone, and proving that WordPress can be fun again.

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Being active WordPress developers ourselves, we were frustrated with the common shortcomings of many of the themes available on the market. We knew that we wanted to change this and deliver themes that everyday people can use.

ThemeIsle - the new player on the premium WordPress theme market has just gone out of beta and into a public launch. In this new stage of operation, ThemeIsle offers access to their whole library of custom-design themes for $85 annually (plus some of the themes are available for free).

The premium WordPress theme market is a rather big one with many companies trying to capitalize on the growing popularity of WordPress. However, the swift changes and new technological developments can make most themes obsolete in a relatively short period of time. ThemeIsle aims to always stay ahead of the curve and keep delivering the most up-to-date themes that take advantage of the latest WordPress features and possibilities.

"Being active WordPress developers ourselves, we were frustrated with the common shortcomings of many of the themes available on the market. We knew that we wanted to change this and deliver themes that everyday people can use - people with small website experience, or even no experience at all," said Ionut Neagu - CEO of ThemeIsle. "The idea for the 'Isle' first came in Nov 2012 when we left the country to try working from an actual island (Koh Lanta, Thailand). We stayed there for a month and that's where we realized that WordPress themes don't have to be boring. We wanted to make the project fun, and not only for us, but also for our users and customers."

"Our main principle on the 'Isle' is that we treat every customer individually. Instead of just selling a theme and moving on to the next person, we want to guide our people through the process of choosing a theme, installing it and then finally getting a new website launched," Ionut Neagu continues.

The themes that ThemeIsle offers follow the modern practices in WordPress theme design and are compatible with all popular devices and screen setups (desktop computers, smartphones, tablets, or any other device). Among the characteristics listed by Ionut Neagu, users can find things like responsive design structure, unlimited color schemes to choose from, custom widgets, built-in localization possibilities, integrated contact forms, plus a custom theme options panel where users can adjust a number of parameters of their sites.

"We'd really like to give back to the community and offer something special during this launch. This is why we're making a big part of our theme collection available for free. Everyone can get them through a direct download link with no strings attached," said Ionut Neagu.

"We're excited about going out of beta and opening our doors to the public. Having worked on the project for over two years, we're confident that the time for user-friendly, beautiful and functional WordPress themes has just come, and we're right in the center of the action here to deliver the best products we can," Ionut Neagu continued.

All themes can be downloaded from the official ThemeIsle website, and then installed on any WordPress site in less than a couple of minutes.

For more information, as well as details on how to join ThemeIsle and get the whole WordPress theme package please visit: https://themeisle.com/.

About ThemeIsle:

ThemeIsle, a commercial WordPress theme shop that focuses on simple but effective WordPress themes, no more mambo-jambo or super complex frameworks, just WordPress functions that make sense. ThemeIsle is all about delivering themes that make site owners proud by giving them designs that stand out from the crowd.

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