Newspaper Premium Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme

Newspaper is a WordPress theme that lets you write articles and blog posts with ease. We offer great support and friendly help!

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Create a great news website with our newspaper template. This bestseller theme is perfect for blogging and excellent for a news, newspaper, magazine, publishing or review site. It supports videos from YouTube. AMP and mobile ready. GDPR compliant, the theme is fast, simple, and easy to use for a cryptocurrency, fashion, food, lifestyle, modern, personal, travel, luxury, viral, minimal, minimalist projects and more.


Integrated with Instagram, bbPress Forum, BuddyPress and WooCommerce, it uses the best clean SEO practices. Newspaper supports responsive Google Ads and AdSense.

Finding the Best Premium WordPress Themes For Your Website

There are lots of premium WordPress themes available these days, and finding one is a very tricky task. The key to finding premium WordPress themes for your site is to determine what you really need. Nevertheless, you can use these guidelines to help you find the best theme for your website.

1. Determine the kind of website theme you need. Thousands, if not millions, of WordPress themes are available and the designs range from business, portfolio, personal, e-commerce, blogging themes, and many more. Knowing what you really need and determining where you want to focus will help you decide on the type of theme you want and have to use.

2. Presentation. Of course, with websites, the saying "first impression lasts" is true. It is very important to choose a WordPress theme that you think will attract visitors the most. The theme should not be an eye sore. Most successful bloggers and website gurus like using themes with simple, clean lines. This kind of theme brings more focus to your content and makes the users stay longer and come back for more.

3. Check the features. When it comes to features, you have to consider many factors, and these factors basically depend on how you would like to use the theme. Features may include different color schemes, fonts, and backgrounds, as well as customizability in terms of design. Also, you have to make sure the theme has everything you need to keep your website up and running.

Is your website a shopping site? Then, you will need to have a shopping cart widget to make shopping more convenient for your customers. Or, if you have a review site, it is ideal to use a WordPress theme that has a ratings feature. Other useful features include image and video sliders, Google Maps, and many more.

4. Check for compatibility. Generally, the WordPress theme should be compatible with WordPress' latest version. Make sure the theme designers offer regular updates of the theme whenever needed. This will ensure that your website is kept up-to-date with the latest WordPress version.

5. Look for a search engine-optimized theme. Not all website owners know this, but SEO is a very important factor to consider. SEO-friendly themes typically load faster than the average, since search engines hate websites that load poorly. Google, specially, has focused on the websites' loading time and made it one of their many factors in search results ranking. In addition, a search engine optimized theme allows the spiders to crawl into the content easily.

WordPress is definitely one of the best and most trusted website platforms available. Therefore, you should make sure that you maximize what it offers and make use of the best WordPress themes for your website.

WordPress Blog Themes - How to Select a Great Theme For Your Blog
Choosing Your Theme:

This is not as straight forward & easy a task as many of you may think. WordPress for example, seems to have a near endless list of possible themes to choose from, & an even greater list of possible plugins to use with these free themes. But how do we choose? What factors should we consider when making our choices? After all, we all have different tastes when it comes to the aesthetics of a website. So what criteria should we use when making our choices?

Ok the way I usually do this, is to look at 3 main factors:

  1. The Aesthetics.
  2. The Functionality.
  3. The Cost.
Now there are probably some of you reading this that are shaking your heads wildly in disagreement, but hang on a moment, let me explain my reasoning. I say aesthetics 1st for the simple reason that first impressions count far more than many of us realise. Example of Aesthetics:
  1. Is the website or blog colour coordinated, do the colours blend and fit or are they leaping of the page & trying to pluck your eyeballs from their sockets?
  2. Is the contrast good, making the text easily readable? Also the size of the text can make a huge difference to the appeal of a website.
  3. What about general layout of the page? Is it neat & well thought out, giving a sense of professionalism, or does it look more like a kiddies crayon book?
  4. Generally speaking does the colour scheme suite & match the blog or websites subject theme, e.g. you would not expect to see a site dealing with funeral services, having the sort of colour scheme that makes you feel happy, warm & cheerful! Obviously the two just do not fit, it is akin to trying to drive a square peg into a round hole, it will eventually go, but it will make a terrible mess!
Many graphics designers will be aware of the fact that certain colours can actually dictate mood; lilac or light purple is a relaxing colour, yellow & orange give a warm feel, while blue is often seen as a masculine colour & cold, pinks are obviously seen as soft & feminine, greys are usually seen as solemn & gloomy. Having said that, the colours used & blended with those mentioned above, can totally change the initial colours natural mood & feel. The upshot of all this is the fact that colours can have a subconscious effect on us; we can be drawn to, or repelled from, depending on the colours used. This is why most national newspapers will tend to use neutral colours for their headers & if you doubt this just check out your own local papers. In fact look at Microsoft's own choice of colours in their design of Windows, light blue headers & task bars, with a white background = neutral.

Big businesses have researched this thoroughly & whilst it is true that by using very neutral colour schemes, you are unlikely to WOW your readers, by the same token you are also very unlikely to turn them away. I'm sure you get the idea, gaudy just does not work & this is why first impressions are so important, give a sense of professionalism & you will not only keep your current readers, but also attract many more. So wherever possible please try to avoid strong primary colours as backgrounds. Always use washed out very pale colours for your backgrounds & keep the strong colours for any headings on your page or sidebars, remembering of course that contrast is of prime importance.

Theme Functionality:

Now I accept that until you get a theme installed and running, then its functionality is going to be a little hard to judge, however there are a few things you should consider before making your ultimate choice.

  1. Try and look for a screen shot of the theme actually up & running, this can not only show you what the theme is going to look like, but can also give you ideas on layout & design.
  2. Think about how your website or blog is going to be laid out? Is it going to fit with ease or cause major headaches? Avoid the latter wherever possible. How about the width of the theme? The most common screen resolution at the moment is 1024 x 768px, therefore if the theme you are looking at only offers a width of 800px, this will leave you with a 112px 3.95cm) blank space down either side of your content.
  3. Look at the header area, checkout if it allows an advert on the right hand side, does it offer banner rotation of your own images etc. Does it use Flash or Java in the header area? Something you really should avoid due to the fact that search engines cannot read it & as far as they are concerned, there is nothing there!
  4. Look at the sidebars, not just their location on the page, but also the width of each one. There are many widgets & adverts out there, that can range in width from 120px up to 300px or more, therefore if you choose a theme that has for example two sidebars each of 180px, but your favourite widget happens to 200px wide, then you have problems! Oh and believe me, unless you're a wiz kid with code & styling, then you really do not want to start hacking your sidebar code, as it can be a nightmare for the novice.
  5. Finally pop along to the themes website or home page, most will also have their own forum or at the very least their own comment boxes full of questions & answers. This is the ideal place to pick up a little knowledge on your chosen theme, find out what others are saying, are there security issues or any other glaring problems that could ultimately give you sleepless nights.
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