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WooThemes Overview

The mind behind the making of WooThemes is Adii Rockstar (born Adriaan Pienaar), entrepreneur, designer and developer. Adii designs and develops his themes using CSS, PHP and WordPress. Adii loves to design because he loves the freedom of creativity offered by it,
whereas development appeals to his more logical and analytical side. But his true love lies in running a business and that is where he hopes to layout and design his future in.

WooThemes is a provider of high quality WordPress themes. They have a wide selection of products to choose from. You can find big variety of themes from magazine, portfolio, gallery styles to business and personal types.


Theme Functionality

WooThemes: Theme Functionality - 10 out of 10

All the themes under WooThemes have a solid Woo framework which is constantly fine tuned over time to suit the changing needs of its users. It offers a lucrative options page that gives users complete control over the way the theme looks and feels.

The themes from WooThemes have a wide range of standard and additional features. The backend theme options allow you to style your pages in any way you like without using coding. You can change the size of text and picture conveniently with the auto-sizing thumbnails. The special Woo framework allows for easy and quick modification. Custom page templates and a translation features are also available.

WooThemes’ WooFramework Screenshot

WooThemes WordPress Themes are highly functional. They are constantly improving it by adding new features, such as Woo custom navigation and built-in SEO options. Even though their themes are functional, WooThemes do not offer as extensive cross-browser compatibility as some of their competitors, such as ElegantThemes and Obox-design.


Theme Graphics

WooThemes: Theme Graphics - 9 out of 10

Most of the themes have artistic headers. The colors are classic and pleasant to the eye. The contrast in most themes is quite good, even though some have a darker images and a dark background. The fonts of the themes have excellent readability and the pages have professional layout with good placement of elements.

Generally, WooThemes have excellent theme graphics, especially compared to their competitors such as Press75 and WPNow. Furthermore, you can easily change the colors and fonts as you like.

Example Themes developed by WooThemes:


Theme Pricing

WooThemes: Theme Pricing - 8 out of 10

A single WordPress theme from WooThemes costs $70, but you get another 2 themes of your choice for free. That works out to be $23.3 for a single theme. This price is higher than the one charged by ElegantThemes, which offers greater choice and better graphic quality. Moreover, you are forced to purchase 3 themes that you might not need. You can also opt for a developer package, which offers the Photoshop file and three additional theme for $150.

If you are a web developer and would like to take advantage of WordPress platform to create sites for your clients, you may want to sign up for their club membership so that you’ll gain access to all 100+ themes developed by WooThemes. The cost is very affordable at $150 for a standard membership and $200 for a developer membership.

You may also consider paying a recurring fee of up to $20 to continue with the membership if you want to have access to future theme releases.


Theme Support

WooThemes: Theme Support - 10 out of 10

WooThemes offer excellent customer support. They provide full theme documentation, links to all previously resolved problems and tutorials. They offer personal support via their members-only forum. From using Twitter to blog posts and showdowns, they develop a relationship with their users and they listen.

It’s also not too hard to learn enough CSS to change small things to customize the themes, especially with the support forums.

Overall, WooThemes have high quality WordPress themes coming with reliable customer support. They are not cheap, but they are not way too expensive either.


Theme License

All WordPress Themes by WooThemes are licensed under the GNU general public license and may be used by customers on as many websites as they wish. The Photoshop design files come packaged separately and are not GPL licensed. They are licensed and copyrighted under WooThemes.com. You are not allowed to redistribute these files in any way.

WooThemes Review, 7.1 out of 10 based on 42 ratings

54 Responses

  1. Siv says:
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    I’m not a very complicated user. I had an issue earlier and it was fixed. I used Elegant Themes earlier and didn’t feel like they even wanted me there. Woothemes has been very nice when i needed something fixed. I’m used to gaming though, with non existing customer support from EA and only the community to help me out. The issues I had was wellknown to me already, and the answers equally wellknown.
    Generally I’m happy with woothemes, but I don’t know what to use my 2 extra themes for.

  2. M says:
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    I’ve been with Woo Themes for 2 years and their support is appalling now. Once it was extremely good, but it often takes 6+ emails to actually get a solution.
    I cant fault the themes themselves, as they are high quality and look great but support is a major issue.

    • GPLclub says:
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      Exactly how we feel, the products themselves are pretty solid but when you do have any issues the ‘premium’ support you pay huge amounts for just isn’t worth it. That and the recent pricing changes certainly leaves a sour taste! Luckily we built an alternative solution.

  3. Chris says:
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    I do not work for Adii and therefore I am not getting paid to write this review like some of the previous comments. I really like the ‘review’ by the Vulcan claiming this theme saves his time.
    In reality Woo themes has no support whatsoever. If you run into trouble finding the workarounds employed to skew the native post types then you are on your own. I have exactly zero clients that are happy with their Woo themes and my only experience with them is getting paid to fix incredibly vague issues that were obviously designed to trap junior developers into spending more money.

  4. Chris says:
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    I spent a lot of money on woocommerce products. And when I spend a lot of money, I expect the things I buy to work. This is not the case with many of your products (especially woocommerce plugins) – I had so much trouble with so many different plugins, I stopped counting. Yep, that’s what you get when you let freelance programmers publish their plugins in your store – you lose quality. Well, at least you earn a lot of money with the work of others.
    With your latest price increase (Some prices doubled or tripled), you guys really crossed the line. You even tried to convert the lifetime license of all the plugins to a 1 (or 2?) year license for people who alreay bought them. In my opinion, you guys rip people off. People and small one or two men companies. Because these are the audiences who use your software.
    Wooguys, I am deeply disappointed in you and i will never use your software again in my future projects.

  5. MB says:
    August 17, 2013 at 7:43 pm (IP: 124.185.242.x)

    Their support is now very poor. I’ve been waiting more than 2 weeks too get a bug fixed, all I get is very vague answers that generally don’t solve the problem. Not recommended.

  6. VBK says:
    June 23, 2013 at 12:22 am (IP: 122.169.162.x)
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    Hello,

    WooThemes is a popular vendor with their versatile themes and feature rich plugins.

    I have paid for their standard club membership. Comparing to other vendors, wootheme’s pricing is high. But what I needed are nice themes and support when I need.

    My support requests are detailed, I know what to ask them, what could they help with. So I post the support requests which they could help with. Indeed they are simple and related to glitches. Two of them are related to their downloads section which would give 502 error frequently and broken links to product pages.

    Overall, I have raised 7 tickets. Three of them are raised recently intended to management. So there are only 4 tickets for the technical dept. Out of 4, one is related to a theme which has no changelog for 2 years and other tickets like about buggy download section and a feature request etc.

    The ticket response time is so poor. For the bug report about download section, they took 38 hours. That too only when I informed about it on twitter for four times. Then their co-founder acted like he don’t know how to track tickets. He asked for some silly details and bought some time delaying the response. He finally responded on 38 th hour saying that I will be forwarding to developer. This is the 5 the day and no response after that. And forgot to say, one ticket has been deleted from the helpdesk which could have merge into other ticket.

    All other requests are ignored.

    And yeah! one surprise is that one of their co-founder Magnus, responded to the feature request saying-

    “It may be possible, but we can’t support this customization, as it falls outside the scope of our support policy. If you need further help with this issue, you’ll need to use one of the following services: ”

    That is the fastest response I ever get from Woothemes. He took just one hour to respond to the feature request to say “No”. I wonder that they would respond quicker to feature requests(to say “no”) but they can’t trace the tickets which need technical help or tickets related to their buggy dashboard.

    Other theme vendors and theme developers who offer free themes are much better than Woothemes.

    • VBK says:
      June 23, 2013 at 12:27 am (IP: 122.169.162.x)
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      Followup to my original comment- http://www.themegrade.com/woothemes-rating/#comment-31340

      Would like to post the complete email about their third party recommendation here:

      ===============
      It may be possible, but we can’t support this customization, as it falls outside the scope of our support policy. If you need further help with this issue, you’ll need to use one of the following services:

      Codeable
      Tweaky
      Affiliated Woo Workers

      Regards,
      Magnus – Co-Founder
      ===============
      As I mentioned in my original comment, It is the fasted response that I ever got from woothemes. That said, just to say “No”. No other tickets were responded in time and most of them are unanswered.

  7. Collectomaniac says:
    May 26, 2013 at 4:58 pm (IP: 108.43.172.x)
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    Woo USED to be my hero. Over the past 6-8 months they have gone to hell in a handbasket.

    1. The stock answer to any support question is now “This is beyond the scope of our support…contact and expert and PAY, PAY PAY.

    2. The Woo site is a mess…used to be that one could depend on finding an answer to a customization or issue…but ever since the site move to Zen desk and the fact that they now cloak all member tickets from public view…(most probably to hide the suck assed horrible responses these days) there is no way to gain from other folks experiences.

    3. Use the woo site as an example of what you are going to get…hard to navigate, down a lot, slow loading, arrogant punk techie support staff…and then really think before you blow $225 plus $25 a month for a developer package…u will regret it.

    4. Exhorbitantly expensive extensions and add-ons…($75 slider extension? plz…$99 so that u can add subscription feature to the commerce? ARGHHH…)

    5. Plus that…the woo components…the slider component slows down the homepage (yes…there will be an excuse…but a 17kb 960 x 60 image should not slow down the load on a slider)..and erratic loading of the components…not good.

    6. Woo…u broke my heart…

  8. Niche Master says:
    April 17, 2013 at 4:00 am (IP: 183.89.112.x)
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    I really like woo themes but like most other theme developers they never add the proper login functionality that most of my sites require, this is something that they could definitely improve on

  9. Adam Jo says:
    April 14, 2013 at 12:28 am (IP: 123.136.106.x)
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    Sent Woothemes 2 separate emails regarding 2 issues a few days ago.
    First issue:
    I was going to upgrade The Station theme only to find that the theme is no longer available. The support staff said the theme has been retired and no explanation was given as to why they did so. It was very disappointed to see that they did not even seek their customers’ opinion as they made a decision. And no announcement whatsoever has been made also.

    Second issue:
    I renewed my monthly subscription on April 10, 2013 but I decided not to renew in May so I cancelled my subscription on April 12 expecting my subscription will be active until May 10, 2013. However, my account was deactivated the moment I cancelled the subscription. It has been two days but none of Woothemes’ support staff get back to me yet.

    Please be aware of their billing system as you may get overcharged!

    • Adam Jo says:
      April 18, 2013 at 3:04 am (IP: 120.139.117.x)

      Here’s an update of my second issue:
      Ryan from Woothemes has reactivated my account. However, my subscription has been put back into active mode and I’ll be billed again on May 10.

      So their subscription system works this way: the moment a customer cancels the subscription, his membership will be terminated instantly, even if his membership expires on a later date.

      So now I have to set a reminder on my calender to cancel my subscription on May 9. Forgeting to do so will cost me another $20.

      A smart way to trick the members into paying more huh!

  10. Basiq says:
    March 6, 2013 at 7:31 am (IP: 85.221.135.x)

    So you do not recommend WOOthemes anymore?

    I almost buy theme here for my recipes food blog ( delicious or canvas ), i had hard times really to find any one i want as i’m totally newbie and unexperienced WP user ( 0 knowledge about HTML/PhP/MySQL/CSS also and very, very bad english )

    Which one premium themes providers you will recommend then?

    Regards
    S.

  11. Adam Jo says:

    An increasingly arrogant Woothemes

    It is no doubt that Woothemes products are excellent. But it seems to me that they are getting so arrogant and money-oriented recently that they feel they can do anythings as they like that may jeopardize their business. A few points below:
    1) They hinted to their customers that they may charge them for support. The customers strongly objected to it and they removed the post.
    2) They seem to move their focus into developing extensions/plugins instead of themes. And some extensions are chargeable.
    Lastly and I just found out about this few days ago,
    3) They close their affiliate program without any early notice. While other companies put emphasis on their affiliates to refer them business, Woothemes is like “Hey, I don’t find a need to pay you money for referring customers. They will buy from us with or without you because we are good!”

    http://www.woothemes.com/affiliates/
    “We’re sorry to say that we are discontinuing our referral program because of lack of traction for the program. Access to signup and log in has been removed for the time being.

    We will be in touch with all existing affiliates prior to discontinuing the program with further details.

    Thank you for your patience in this regard.”

    • ThemeGrade Editor says:

      This is most disappointing, but the writing has been on the wall for a while with WooThemes. We have had issues with their affiliate program for months, and it appears they finally just threw in the towel much to the disappointment and regret of hundreds and thousands of affiliates who have worked hard to promote their products. Not to mention, many affiliates have been members for years with monthly commissions that are still due them. So they are just going to close shop and stop paying affiliates what is due them? Where is the reaching out to current affiliates? We haven’t heard anything…and what’s this about “lack of traction.” That makes no sense whatsoever.

      This is not the way you build or maintain relationships with partners online, and I would caution any prospective buyer to think twice before purchasing a WooThemes product after the many self-inflicted wounds they have brought on themselves. As a former customer of Woo, we will be looking elsewhere in the future, and as a now former affiliate of Woo, we would not enter into any future business relationship without a serious and honest explanation for some of the many issues outstanding.

      Very disappointing to see such a great company go this direction. I would welcome anyone from WooThemes to come here and set the record straight if we are missing anything.

    • ThemeGrade Editor says:

      This is the response sent out from WooThemes in regards to discontinuing their affiliate program.

      You are receiving this e-mail, because you are registered as an affiliate in our referral program (powered by Zferral).

      I’m in the unfortunate position to let you know that we will be closing our referral program on Friday, 8 February 2013. In the last couple of months, the costs to maintain the referral program have exceeded the benefit of keeping it around. We have also experienced so much fraud & abuse on the referral program, which means it is currently losing money for us.

      So on Friday, 8 February 2013 at 12:00pm UTC all referral links will stop tracking completely and you will not be able to access your affiliate dashboard anymore.

      We will however pay out all balances that are in excess of our minimum release limit of $50, whilst we will offer store credit / coupon codes to the value of balances that are less than $50. At the moment your balance is: $0.00.

      Once the links have stopped tracking, we will be in touch on Monday, 11 February to confirm your final balance and also the payment details thereof.

      If you have any questions, you can feel free to reach me at ceo@woothemes.com.

      Kind Regards

      Adii
      CEO & Co-Founder

    • Jennifer says:
      February 6, 2013 at 2:19 am (IP: 173.254.230.x)

      I don’t see how they ever lose money when they offer only 20% commission and their affiliate conversion rate has been damn lousy. I used to be a Woothemes affiliate 2 years ago but gave up promoting them because their products convert about 12 times less than my top performing provider.

      Needless to say Woothemes’ products are one of the best with 383,680 members as of today. When I used to promote Woothemes and Elegant themes at the same time, the number of clicks sent to both companies are about the same. Out of those clicks, 50+ new customers signed up with ET while only 3-4 signed up with WT on a monthly basis. I would assume ET has got more members than WT but in fact ET only has 167,399 members at the moment.

      No doubt Woothemes website converts very well, maybe better than ET. But it seems that all the traffic we sent to WT wasn’t tracked properly.

      Now it raises my suspicion that there is a possibility that Woothemes cheated the money out of their affiliates!

    • Joel Bronkowski says:
      June 11, 2013 at 7:12 am (IP: 196.215.201.x)

      Hi guys,

      I’d like to quickly comment on this thread. My name is Joel, I am fairly new hire at WooThemes to manage business development. One of my first projects was to look into our Affiliated Woo Workers page. The AWW page was setup as a value added site to link customers to developers, we do not profit directly by providing this service. Recently I contacted all of our affiliated woo workers and discussed the affiliate program with them. Out of the 60 or so AWWs only a couple mentioned us getting rid of the affiliate program as being an issue. The reason the program ended was basically people were abusing the program. For example people were setting up separate stores where they would link to our store and selling 3rd party products as well. Being that our support demands have grown (two or three fold from 2012) it was becoming more hassle than it was worth to monitor all of our affiliates. This decision has nothing to do with Woo being money hungry or trying to cut off people but more to do with streamlining our business to focus on areas that matter and also to protect our WooCommerce extension store and the quality of all WooCommerce extensions. All affiliates can now refer customers to ThemeForest to earn affiliate commissions via that platform for theme sales. WooThemes cares a ton about our community and the customers. Everything you read about Woo on our site or via social channels is the true reflection of this community. We are growing company that cares a great deal about our customers and the products we put out. There are certainly growing pains and issues that come up but I hope you all can appreciate the way that WooThemes tends to be quite transparent about these changes.

  12. JR says:
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    WOOTHEMES A sinking ship?

    I registered with Woothemes a while back. It looked promising at first, clean design, reasonable prices (maybe), and good functionality.

    But now I’m not so sure. To be honest, if they offered a money back garauntee I’d have my money back by now.

    Support is slow – and on the three occasions I tried a workable solution never came. The themes require rich graphical content and will take up a lot of space to store. However, their portfolios look great…

    But then again, do they?

    Personally I find with each new ‘monthly’ theme released I am more disappointed. Each theme shares so many features of others that they are all starting to look a bit too similar. Quite a few of the members have tried to mention this but their replies either get deleted from the blogs comments or just aren’t accepted.

    Mine was far less critical than this review here.

    Design is a huge issue for this company which, along with defensive responses to constructive criticism , makes you wonder “Is Woothemes a sinking ship?”

    If they don’t work it out soon they won’t last long before becoming a victim of their own success.

    Before you buy just check out the latest themes on WordPress.com – I was pleasantly surprised at the latest FREE ones even.

  13. Nancy Wade says:
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    I went with WooThemes based on a recommendation (the support being the highlight!) but based on what the other reviews have to say I probably would have been better off saving my money. In a word the support SUCKS. They may or may not respond, they are snotty, documentation (how to) is Horrible and leaves out 90% of the how to and lacks a search feature … seriously?
    I want a slide and it took me HOURS to figure it out. Support ticket was ignored. I created so many test pages that I began titling my pages with all caps swear words I was so frustrated. I still do not have a live slide on my page – it is there but photos do not display just a tiny icon. Admittedly, I pretty much do not know what I am doing, although this is not my first webpage build, I built one with Frontpage 6 years ago. With that said I “ain’t” no dummy either and can follow directions – when there are directions which Woo DOES NOT provide. Thumbs down in my opinion!

  14. Iñaki says:
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    I bought their Canvas Theme and I’m delighted with it. It’s not the cheapest framework, but it works great and is highly and easily customizable.

    I also had to contact their support service and their answer was quick and helpful.

    I’ve also worked with Theme Forest and Pagelines Framework and I think I’m sticking to Woothemes.

  15. chihiro says:
    October 5, 2012 at 9:43 pm (IP: 82.230.177.x)
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    I really would like to know who answered the other guys support requests, who seem to be very satisfied…I was, until Woothemes shut down their support forums and started providing support by email only. In theory it sounds good, but if you don’t know anything about php, css, etc and don’t want to learn but just want it to work, emailing Q&A’s with a technician who gives the shortest possible answer and doesn’t explain how to implement it, is a huge waste of time. If I hadn’t bought the package I would change themes because of the lousy support.
    It may be that I was just unlucky and got stuck with the one person who isn’t motivated or is just impatient. But that’s the whole problem, when you’re stuck with one support technician, you can’t change and don’t have any other way to get answers from elsewhere, because of a total lack of other source of support info.
    I wish I could publish some of the answers I got to my questions.
    Oh, and it’s OK if you’re only using English, but with any “exotic” languages, Woothemes don’t work well.

    • rho says:
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      Hey Chihiro

      I agree with you. I chose WooThemes because I heard of the excellent support and forums. I chose Canvas as it was totally customizable. Since the Canvas v5 upgrade, many of their pages are “404 not found” and the videos are out of date. They do have new help/search but only found out when I submitted a ticket.

      Tech support is very spotty and non-consistent. Often, they will answer with the shortest reply, possible. My tech support requests are very detailed; numbered and broken up with white space. This seems to help so they address each portion of the question. Btw… they don’t like it and continually request to only ask one question per ticket. Ugh, it’s like pulling teeth.
      … Rho

  16. Josh says:
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    Hi Guys,

    Woothemes is changing, It used to be excellent, Great Themes, good support, reasonable price with cool extensions. No with the revamp they have hiked the prices up, dropped their support systems.
    Many core functions that used to be included in the themes are no-called extensions where you will have to pay $50+ for each one.
    If you plan on starting a commerce website with Woothemes be prepared to speand big bucks on extensions, they are clearly starting to get greedy, $$$$ before customers for sure. If they do not change there act quickly we will start seeing this dimise off the once credable Woothemes until someone else picks up where they left off.

    • ThemeGrade Editor says:

      This was an article they posted on their blog explaining some of the reasons behind their pricing/business changes. I have to admit, while I don’t always agree with them on everything it was nice to see a well-thought out explanation of their thought processes. What people need to remember is that for any business to stay in business, operations are important. If there are holes in the operations, then it is up to the business to do what it can to continue to provide a valuable service while still allowing the company behind it to stay profitable. You can read more about their changes here: http://goo.gl/Dc25B

      On a related note, we are also having some issues with them from an affiliate point of view, and I sincerely hope they get things straightened out as the impression I’ve gotten thus far is not very positive.

  17. lawrence says:
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    woothemes, if you dont mind shifting through tonnes of code that you will find is absolutely not necessary for the specific job youve done, having to overcome the smarty pants lil things that are meant to make life easier but because they are so poorly documented make your life harder, if you dont mind using google fonts for ALL projects, ie forget actually shock a bought font, you know, real designing……oh and of course if you dont mind everythign being round button, gradients…then oh yes go go, as you see im not an affiliate like probably most people here :)

  18. Niall says:
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    Some of their themes are overpriced such as Estate; they claim they have lots of features so they’re more than usual but they’re no different and in fact lacking in features over some other themes that are half the price.

    Having said that, the WooFramework is awesome!

  19. SkiGuru.TV says:
    June 2, 2011 at 7:20 am (IP: 87.200.117.x)

    I’m new to WordPress

    How easy is Groove or Premier to work with in terms of customizing the look and categories, and the daily updating with video posts etc.

  20. Jim Blackwell says:
    February 28, 2011 at 9:57 pm (IP: 122.163.115.x)
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    It has been said that Woothemes is one of the best developer of WordPress themes for blogs, your business or any kind of website you’re developing.

    However, they didn’t mention that the price would be something of a matter. Getting a theme from Woothemes solidifies the fact that you have to pay a great price in order to get something that’s well made.

    They’re in the same league as Elegantthemes. Whatever happened to catering to the masses? You have to pay a recurring fee of something like $20 just to continue membership.

  21. Les Orengo says:
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    “I orchestrated it all”

    First time I got myself WP themes, I thought I’d have to work with what they gave me.  With Woo, I found that I can customize the look of the themes so that it’s really mine.

  22. greg says:
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    i am simply one of the many avid fans of Woothemes because of their awesome and stylishly designed themes which are great for my blog sites. you know of the quality design that the company is so known to make which, in my opinion, are the freshest and the cleanest in the industry.

    i own a travel blog site which makes perfect use of the company’s directory based themes as they are very build location friendly.

    my readers especially love the stunning visuals they are presented with each of the company’s flexible theme designs. it’s also amazing how the company plays a lot with rich colors and textures making your website truly unique and beautiful.

    the company also boasts of a solid code framework that is regularly updated to meet the latest in WordPress technology. i highly recommend Woothemes to all of my friends and online community family!

  23. Zane R says:
    December 19, 2010 at 5:03 am (IP: 212.175.158.x)
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    Wow! I never thought managing my website could be this easy. Woo themes literally makes my work a lot easier. From the way it looks, to the buttons I need, managing my ad, and more!

  24. Felipe says:

    What I love about their designs are that they really are very original. If your website looks exactly like everyone else’s then you might want to reconsider switching to a company who genuinely designs their WP themes.

  25. Abdul Rygiewicz says:
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    Of all the custom WP providers out there, why oh why did I ever go with Woo Themes. I guess it’s really my fault. I should’ve known that their themes won’t work with my particular webhost, what a shame.

  26. Stormy says:
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    I’ve been with Woothemes for quite a while now and I am using the Vibrant CMS theme on my website and I highly recommend it.

    As the name implies, it has that fresh vibrant feel to it that your readers will surely love (I own a blog).

    What I like best with this theme is how easy it is to use and install compared to my past experiences on other themes.

  27. Tera says:

    I am using the Antisocial theme and it did the opposite for me.  It got me to places and got me meeting people I never imagined to meet.  Woo-hoo, so much traffic on my site.

  28. Rickey says:
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    That’s right papercuts can be alright, that is if it’s a Woothemes WP theme.  It’s like beautiful recycled paper on my screen.  Classic yet trendy with super great innovations.  Blog readers, prepare to linger on my page.

  29. Adrianne R. says:
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    My company needed a website that is professional but nice to look at.  And Woothemes made it all happen for my company. 

    Themes don’t have to be psychedelically colored to be attractive or cool.  Monochromes can be gripping too.

  30. Sung Knabjian says:
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    Unique WP themes

    I have tried out a lot of different WordPress templates, free and premium, so let me save you from the hassle and tell you that Woo Themes are simply one of a kind.

  31. Eduardo Vanclief says:
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    The Fresh News theme is hot off the press!  It’s easy to customize to whatever I wanted it to look and it’s always so stylish. I never imagined my website to look so good. 

    Woothemes, you’re the best.

  32. Chi Ober says:
    October 1, 2010 at 11:09 pm (IP: 174.121.133.x)
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    I have several favorites from among Woothemes’ many designs, some of which are the Journal and Gazette themes. They are all similar in the way that they fit perfectly into my news/magazine style editorial blog.

    Anyway, one look and you’ll see the impeccable design and detail they have so obviously put into them.

  33. Thomas Fathy says:
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    Best one so far

    I have tried out a couple of other WP templates and Woothemes by far are the best.

    I especially like not having to worry about changing those complicated codes everytime I do changes on my site.

  34. Branden Oliver says:
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    The first time I ever got a wp template for my websites, I already chose Woothemes. They’re a great company that provides for every need that I have with regard to my website. I constantly have the need to tweak it and make it my own. Woothemes gives me total control.

  35. Eric Vaughn says:
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    “Easy connect with social media sites”

    I love the fact that you can easily connect the themes to social media sites like Twitter. It can even be connected to Flickr for the photo enthusiast like me. My blogs look so much better because of them.

  36. Vaijayi says:
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    “What a dissappointment!”

    Given Wootheme.com’s popularity to the online crowd, it is very disappointing to see that much of the quality on their most recent themes are sort of diminishing and are quite repetitive.

    With the advent of many great WordPress theme providers popping out here and there, the company can’t afford to lay back if they don’t want their customers leaving them for better and more affordable WP theme providers.

    I’ve been with the company for quite a while now, and while their many WP themes aren’t bad to begin with, they lack much value and are growing to be more complex for users by the minute.

    Most of their recent themes are geared more for blog sites than actual business sites. Their recent theme’s layout doesn’t allow for the ideal rich content at the top page and aren’t very unique and appealing at all.

    Also, the search box in their themes is very small and is very hard to find, much to the dismay of the site’s many visitors.

    • Conor says:
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      The point of the themes is that you can customise them, so complaining about a small search box is ridiculous. I bet if you asked in there excellent support forum they could provide you the one line of css required for the change.

  37. Francis Herbie says:
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    “EASY TO FOLLOW DOCUMENTATION”

    The most excellent support I’ve ever received is from Woo Themes. When I found myself stuck customizing my website, they had full documentation on the theme I chose which is complete with the links for tutorials and answers. It has been said that great products are those that extends after the sale.

  38. Judson Shick says:
    August 15, 2010 at 4:15 pm (IP: 209.188.86.x)
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    You know when I say that most of these WP providers, especially the free ones, are very difficult to work with.

    With Coda, it is a very simple process. Right there on your initial setup you’ll know that you made the right choice.

    Woothemes for me is an established company and you can’t go wrong with going with someone like them. But why take my word for it when you can try them out yourself?

  39. Ted Speider says:
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    “I love Woothemes’ cutting edge themes.”

    I’ve had a lot of experience with WordPress and in going through so many kinds of themes, be it free or premium, I found that themes from Woothemes are the best. Their offer for functionality, no matter what kind of theme you select under their brand, is stellar. It’s easy to change your logo, add any Google analytics or add Twitter updates. It doesn’t stop there; you can also add a feed burner URL as well as Flickr photos if you want. And you don’t have to take so much time in doing so.

  40. Catarino says:
    August 9, 2010 at 3:58 am (IP: 53.211.131.x)
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    There is no doubt that one of the best providers of high quality WP themes is Woothemes. You get great theme functionality from a framework that’s fined tuned only with experience and expertise. Because of this continuing effort to develop functionality, Woothemes suit the minutely changing needs that users have. They only have to focus a bit of that concentration to theme graphics to make the graphics perfect in that themes with dark images and dark backgrounds are also improved.

  41. Damsey says:
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    “You save my time!”

    I love the freedom and creativity that woothemes designs are giving me. I am able to easily develop my website using CCS, PHP and WordPress which makes it very SEO-friendly! I go with this company for my WP theme needs as they have one of the most extensive and top quality themes in the industry.

    I am a person who likes to ensure that all aspects of my business run smoothly and efficiently. Whenever I encounter a problem such as a bug in my WP theme from the company, their incredible support network easily and quickly manages to fix the problem or give me a wide variety of options at the least. People’s tastes often change and that is why I love how the company is always on the go, releasing new themes virtually every month. The company can still improve a lot when it comes to functionality, though, so I am only expecting better things to come along for their WP themes.

    • Judy Carson says:
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      “superb choice for creative themes”

      damsey is right, woothemes offers freedom and creativity. that’s why I love it so much. to add, the support that they give to customers are superb.

      with this company, i always have a choice for wp themes for my blogs.

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