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This is the ultimate theme shop for high-quality, podcast-focused WordPress themes.
While other theme providers might throw in “podcasting support,” that's usually limited to an optional player you can use. But SecondLine Themes goes far beyond that! Their themes integrate seamlessly with popular podcasting plugins like PowerPress, Simple Podcast Press, Seriously Simple Podcasting, and PodLove.
All SecondLine Themes include subscription buttons designed for podcasts, and the designs are beautiful!
For extra flexibility and design control, SecondLine Themes integrates with the free Elementor page builder (Elementor Pro is an optional additional purchase) with extra Elementor widgets designed for podcasting.
Some of these themes are even designed for podcast networks!
How much do we like SecondLine Themes? We're using Tusant right here for The Audacity to Podcast!
You can purchase each theme individually, or choose a subscription or lifetime bundle to access all their themes.
WordPress themes define the overall look and structure of your site, but Elementor Pro lets you easily create engaging pages, posts, popups, headers, footers, and sidebars! Elementor Pro works with your existing theme and gives you a fast drag-and-drop interface to customize your content and website elements! Among the most popular WordPress page-builder plugins, Elementor is our favorite for its quality code, fast support, frequent updates, and vast integration.
The base Elementor plugin is free (and included in SecondLine Themes), but upgrading to pro unlocks a lot more features to give you more control over how your website looks.
We use Elementor Pro here for The Audacity to Podcast and we love it!
StudioPress for developer extensibility
Not only do they make Genesis Framework, which has enabled many great child themes, StudioPress also creates their own beautiful child themes.
The StudioPress themes are truly beautiful and I have used many for developing on my own websites.
Some of the StudioPress themes require some basic HTML in widgets, but they provide thorough documentation and code examples that are easy to adjust to your needs.
Without knowing HTML, CSS, and PHP, you won't get a lot of customization on these themes, but every theme they offer is clean and beautiful as it is.
The StudioPress themes focus on being great themes, especially for developers, so most of the extra functionality you may want will require additional plugins.
Similar to SecondLine Themes, all StudioPress themes are available for individual purchase, or you can join the Pro Plus Package membership (recurring fee) for access to all their themes and those from select third-party developers.