We again have another amazing year for WordPress blog themes in 2013. This year, we have seen lots of happenings in the WordPress community. Late in December, WordPress version 3.8 got released named “Parker” in honor of Charlie Parker, with an elegant new dashboard.
WordPress launched in 2003 and since then it has grown to be the largest blogging platform in the world. WordPress has been downloaded millions of time and growing like never before.
Initially, WordPress started as a blogging system, but has evolved to be used as full content management system. With thousands of plugins and widgets, you will find an awesome blogging experience. Open source WordPress has been incredibly successful and risen from a handful of users to the most-used blog and content management system in its category.
We look forward and hope that 2014 will bring lots of interesting trends in WordPress community.
We have picked 2013′s Best WordPress Blog Themes to get started with your amazing personal blog. These themes are robust, feature-rich, mobile friendly, so you only have to think about content and rest be assured. For the best blog themes of 2014, check them out!
This year’s Best Blog WordPress WordPress Themes (in no particular order):
Remal is a cool Pinterest-Style responsive WordPress blog theme.
Bliss is a fantastic, responsive theme designed to make your blogging experience as simple and seamless as possible. With superb visual design and great support for mobile and tablet devices you can easily reach all your readers wherever they are!
Columns is modular and flexible magazine and blog theme with responsive layout and elegant styling. You have complete & unlimited control over the homepage. Theme includes lots of features like full-screen slider, modular homepage, layout shortcodes and more.
Beandot is a clean blogging responsive WordPress theme for writers and designers.
Now you can display loads of content in a beautifully simple and elegant fashion using Magnificent. Featuring a four-column homepage with 5 widget ready areas, you have many opportunities to customize your content display. The theme also features seven different colorschemes, which means there is surely a style that will suite your needs.
Scopic is a personal timeline tumblog WordPress theme perfect for creatives. With built-in rich media post formats you can share your images, photos, videos, music and more.
Spaces is a clean, minimal, fully responsive, grid-based personal blog to write and collect your favorite things. The unique Pinterest style layout is perfect for showcasing your work, and collecting and writing about the things you like.
A grid-based, layout-shuffling, finger licking theme with support for all sorts of content – it’s responsive to boot. Show off galleries, quotes, links, video, audio, or good old standard posts. With three different home page templates, you’re sure to find a look to suit your blogging needs.
Shift is a tumblog style WordPress theme with all post formats support, based on a responsive and eye popping design optimised for viewing on high resolution displays too.
Raiden is an elegant personal blogging WordPress theme with refined typography and aesthetics. Offering support for all 10 WordPress Post Formats, this theme is ideal for your personal Blog. Raiden also has an optional View Mode Switcher that optimizes the reading experience according to the lighting conditions.
Read is a responsive html5 wordpress theme focused on readability with a minimalist design.
PixelPower is a clean, modern, powerful WordPress tumblog-style theme designed for a wide variety of uses from bloggers to design portfolios.
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