Clean, user-friendly, powerful, that’s what this Orgus WordPress theme claims to be. And, who might argue? It does have a really clean, well organized design that I think might be a smart move if you’re looking to set up an organic food shop, a co-op, something regarding healthy living and lifestyles, whatever it is. We also recommend themes from our collection of dietitian WordPress themes if you’re looking for something similar. But, let’s stick to this theme for the time being.
This theme is completely responsive, it includes a copy of the Elementor Page Builder already installed and ready to go right out of the box. There’s also a free copy of Slider Revolution, it’s compatible with WooCommerce and you’ll be able to translate your WordPress theme into any language of your choosing.
Two different basic layouts are provided, these are boxed or fullwidth layouts. That can be set on a page by page basis or globally if you want your entire website to have one of those two different layout varieties. Everything is completely responsive and since this theme was built on the Bootstrap framework by Twitter, it’s a fast loading, powerful platform that is ready to rock and roll within minutes of installation.
You get full support for the Contact Form 7 plug-in, a free copy of the Essential Grid plug-in has also been included. So, you’ll have a lot of different ways to create loss layouts, highlight your most important content in prominent places on your page and to deliver the type of user experience modern readers are demanding.
Check out all of the organic food WordPress themes we’ve found and recommended in the complete collection of organic WordPress themes we have found and recommend. I guess, when you get right down to it, I’m repeating myself.
But, that’s exactly what search engine optimization seems to be about. Create some stupid stuff and repeat the process.