Are you seeking out a theme that has astonishing, search engine optimization ready, perfect HTML and CSS, a sparkling structure which is simple to operate, a surprisingly simple, minimalist style, in depth help data and exceptional technical support and hundreds of adaptive, impressive customization alternatives? Then what about Linda Bell? She’s simple, delicate and feature rich, a great way to market your products online.
Linda Bell is a creative WordPress theme. Comes with 19+ demos, Linda Bell is suitable for showcase your Portfolio, Shop, and Blogging. This theme also supports Revolution Slider and the most WordPress page builder plugin, Visual Composer. Demo importer functionality is ready, so just one click, your website will look like demo.
Linda Bell has not proven to be particularly popular, which is obviously too bad for the developer wiloke. This theme is a minimalist agency, a WordPress blog theme and eCommerce shop setup and looking at their other themes, it’s really shocking it’s not been downloaded more than 15 times.
But don’t cry for wiloke, they’re doing just fine with some of their other themes.
I’d like to think that it’s the fact that I keep banging the gong about how bad Visual Composer is, but I doubt that’s the case. Now, this theme is set up for WP e-Commerce, there’s tons of Bootstrap and jQuery code and a lot more. Unfortunately, Visual Composer helps to make those code snippets, which should be fast, slower and that’s not great.
Here’s a look at the about me page.
And part of the two column portfolio. There are a ton of great portfolio demos in this theme.
So, I can’t figure it out. Maybe it’s too simple? Maybe they didn’t create enough different demos? Maybe there’s not enough variation in the styles? I’ll say, I don’t love the menu style and maybe I’m not alone.
Whatever the issue, Linda Bell is not particularly popular and it’ll be interesting to see where it goes from here.
**EDIT – It looks like this theme used to be a free theme, so I guess a lot of people already downloaded it if they liked the style. Also, maybe part of the deal, wiloke refuses to support the free version, so I think perhaps that turned some people off? Who knows? Hard to say.
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