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Third-party Genesis Child Themes Where to Buy
Looking for Genesis children's themes, your first port of call is probably the StudioPress website. It' s a good idea to go directly to the sources - after all, StudioPress provides over 50 children's themes for the Genesis frame. What happens if none of the available topics meets your needs? One of the major reason why we use Genesis solely for our own web sites and our own programming purposes is the Genesis fellowship.
Imagine what Genesis is supposed to do, and there is a chance that someone has already done a Tutorial, built a plug-in, or found a workaround. Genetically engineered children's topics are no exceptions. We have a Ton of themed vendors, most of whom are very actively involved in the fellowship and create Genesis children's themes from third parties that you can use for your Web sites or project.
How should I know about purchasing third-party themes? Below are some important thoughts for anyone considering a third-party Genesis theme: 1. StudioPress does not directly endorse third-party themes. When you have a Genesis licence, you get lifelong StudioPress product development assistance. Authors of fellowship topics, however, are asked to directly promote their topics because they know them best.
This does not mean that you cannot open a issue if you need help, but you can be directed to the topic's developers as needed. When a subject says it's a Genesis child subject, it works with Genesis. It is not possible to buy an old design and use it with the Genesis frameworks.
However, if a topic is specifically marketed as a Genesis children's topic, it will work well. Remember that children's themes are essentially just skin that changes the look of Genesis. Third parties do not generate all topics the same way. Anybody - literaly anyone - can write and market a Genesis children's topic on-line.
That means you need to do research to be sure you're shopping at a legitimate themed store that offers assistance. Genesis is still needed to use a third-party design. Purchasing from a third-party vendor does not mean that you do not need a Genesis licence. To use the design you purchased, you still need to purchase the frameworks.
Where can I buy Genesis children's themes from third parties? I' ve compiled a listing of all the third-party themes I know (props on @bobwp to introduce me to Listly!) that you can see below. Several of the vendors mentioned haven't started yet, but they're great designer and developers, and I know they'll take your football off as soon as their shops open.
Whitmer is a full-time free-lance web designer who works solely with the Genesis Foundation. Enjoying assisting web design professionals to work more intelligently, not hard, she devotes her attention to education, technical assistance and development.