Free Wordpress Theme
You can use our free Wordpress template to create a professional looking website, We will update our free wordpress theme poll continuously.
WordPress is a free, open-source personal publishing system that allows you to easily create a complex blog, or web log, on your site.
How to use the Theme?
1:Download the zip file to your computer and unzip it.
2: upload the template folder to your Wordpress site under the 'wp-content/themes' directory of your website.
3: Login into your site as an administrator, You can find the themes in your WordPress administration area > Appearance > Themes.
4: Select the new theme as your default template
Wordpress Installation Checklist
After Wordpress Installation, before you begin your write your blog, check the following essential settings.
Edit Permalinks: By default your articles’ urls will look something like www.99template.com/?p=396. This url structure is poor for SEO and poor for usability (makes no sense to your users). By changing your url structure to something like www.99template.com/myblog-for-web-designers you can include the post’s keywords in the url and it makes more sense to your users. Go to Settings > Permalinks Under ‘Common settings’ choose ‘Custom Structure’ Enter %postname%/ in the field Or if you prefer to have the category in the url as well, enter %category%/%postname%/
Edit Appearance: Download a theme or design your own theme and then Unzip and upload it to wp-content > themes Activate it via Appearance > Themes (then just click on your theme)
Add Your Categories: When you install Wordpress the default category is ‘Uncategorized’ and this just looks ugly. Assume at some point you’re going to post an article and forget to select a category – what would you want that post to come under by default? I tend to use News or something general like that. Go to Posts > Categories Click on ‘Uncategorized’ to edit it – change it to ‘News‘ or similar Add your other blog categories
Change your Media image sizes: Change your image sizes depending on the size of your content area. Settings > Media
Change your blog tagline: Your tagline may or may not be included in your theme but it’s most likely included in your RSS feed. Settings > General