Having access to free WordPress web design resources is a real life saver. So much goes into creating and running a quality site, from code and images to background graphics, fonts, icons and other elements. Not to mention the knowledge necessary to put it all together.
Imagine you had to pay for all of that! How ironic would it be to use a free CMS to run your site and then go broke over making it the best it can be? Thankfully, with the amount of free stuff out there, it doesn’t have to be that way.
In this article, we have compiled a boatload of free WordPress web design resources. With their help, you can build an awesome site or improve your existing one and still pay rent on time….
I am a huge fan of WordPress. I’ve run my business on it for a decade, recommended it to thousands and feel eternally grateful for what it’s allowed me to do. But is it still the best option? As you might have noticed, the blogging scene has changed a lot in the last five years. There’s free platforms like Tumblr and Medium that are now absolutely booming and doing things slightly differently. Squarespace, the ultra-sexy hosting service (and podcast industry mega-patron!) is everywhere and is pretty awesome too. Then there’s the fact that a lot of people blog on social