We bring you the best-of-the-best collection after thorough market research.
Testing each theme was the second step, which eliminated a ton of poor performers. (There were 50+ actually – I know, right!)
Here we are now with the 23 newspaper themes that come with everything you need to start online fast and effort-free.
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Best WordPress Newspaper Themes
Newspaper is a general newspaper WordPress theme with everything you need to start your online project strong. Front-end editing, drag, and drop functionality, fast loading page speed, intuitive interface, etc.
From loads of ready-made demos for newspapers, online magazines, and blogs to countless collections of layouts and components, Newspaper does not disappoint.
On top of that, you do not need to be an expert to work with Newspaper. Even someone without coding and design skills can still experience success in establishing a modern newspaper website.
What’s more? Newspaper is SEO-friendly, comes with additional premium plugins, and works flawlessly on all devices or web browsers.
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Gillion (Trending Item)
Gillion specializes in magazines, publishing and writing. You start with several demos that display different column arrangements. It also provides awesome bookmarking systems and particular blog features.
Furthermore, Gillion uses WPBakery as its main page builder and improved SEO techniques.
Moreover, Gillion comes with documentation and a capacitated custom support team. Use it freely and enjoy its live customizer to see real-time changes. Get enchanted, use Gillion!
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Zeen has everything you want when searching for the ideal newspaper WordPress theme. One tool and you’re good to go!
It all begins with numerous demos that are quick and easy to install. You can then customize the sample however you want (0 coding) and set it all right away.
Since speed is essential these days, Zeen comes optimized for extreme page loading on mobile and desktop. (Reading and viewing experience
This article was written by Aigars Silkalns and originally published on Colorlib.