Do you use free themes for your websites?

Mihai B.

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I am running several websites, they are running on Wordpress and all of them are using paid themes. I think free themes are also good but paid themes have lots of customization, but if you have good knowledge about web programming and you can customize free themes? or just buying paid themes? What is your opinion about this ?
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Honestly, I think some of the free themes are as great as paid ones. However, they are usually simpler and have fewer features. Some of the free themes have text's encoded into them, so everyone could see what theme is used in the website. Free themes can have customizations also, but usually, you need to pay for them (additional plugins).

Having programming skills, any theme can be edited, just need the knowledge for that.
 
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If you good at programming then its best way to develop is choose a free themes and then customize it according to you need. But most of don't know the coding part. So paid theme are also good.
 

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I am running several websites, they are running on Wordpress and all of them are using paid themes. I think free themes are also good but paid themes have lots of customization, but if you have good knowledge about web programming and you can customize free themes? or just buying paid themes? What is your opinion about this ?
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I have never used a free theme for my business websites, if you are offering products/services to your customers, you need to use a professional theme, it will provide you better features that free themes did not.
 

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You could use Elementor or Divi etc. and create as many as you wish. Some of them come with templates you can use to start off with too.
 

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For business, I always use paid themes, but I also use Elementor Pro so I can customize them.
 
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