Gutenix Theme Review Introduction
Looking for the perfect theme for your next WordPress site?
Gutenix is a freemium multipurpose WordPress theme that you can use for everything from blogs to business websites, portfolios, WooCommerce stores, and more. It offers 47+ importable demo sites, detailed customization options in the real-time WordPress Customizer, and integrations with the native block editor (Gutenberg) as well as popular page builder plugins such as Elementor and Brizy.
In our hands-on Gutenix theme review, we’ll introduce you to this theme’s features and show you how it works.
Gutenix Theme Review of Key Features
Gutenix is a multipurpose WordPress theme, which means you can use it for pretty much any type of WordPress site in any niche.
I’ll start by briefly listing its key features and then I’ll show them in more detail as I go hands-on with the theme:
- Detailed options in the native WordPress Customizer to control all aspects of your site’s design. Includes lots of options for key areas such as your header, with sticky and transparent options among many other settings.
- 47+ importable demo sites built with the block editor, Elementor, and Brizy. New templates are added every month.
- Lightweight design – just 18 HTTP requests and 123 KB on a fresh WordPress install.
- Page-level controls.
- WooCommerce compatibility.
- Bundled ZeGuten plugin, which adds 21+ blocks to the editor. This is a premium plugin, but you get it at no extra cost with the premium version of the Gutenix theme.
- WCAG-compliant for accessibility.
Examples of the Gutenix Theme
Gutenix is a multipurpose theme, so you can use it for pretty much anything. Beyond that, it comes with 47+ importable starter sites, so you can begin from a bunch of different foundations.
With that being said, I do want to give you a basic idea of what you can expect your site to look like with Gutenix, so here are three representative starter sites:
If you want to browse all 47+ starter sites, click here to go to the full library.
This article was written by Colin Newcomer and originally published on WP Mayor.