WordPress is the framework behind many of the websites and blogs you visit every day, including this one.
The code behind WordPress is very clean and simple, making it easy for search engines to read and index a site’s content. In addition, each page, post, and image can have its own meta tag keywords, description, and title, and be optimized for specific keywords, allowing for very precise search engine optimization. You can also use tags to further enhance your search engine optimization efforts.
No more disappearing widgets after switching themes. Improved widget mapping means widgets should be able to find their home after a major change.
Responsive design is the top must-have feature of all websites for 2013 and is a must when it comes to WordPress themes as well. With the number of people viewing information on tablets and mobile phones, it is vital to use a theme that allows users to view content clearly regardless of device.
In today’s web environment, social sharing is a must and themes have to be expandable and flexible with the number of social networks supported. At a minimum, designers should look at themes which allow sharing across Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest (three popular social sites that emphasize visuals).
Incorporating social media into a theme can help your content reach more people as visitors share it with their networks. The best and most popular themes have these tools built in, without the addition of plugins.
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