WordPress can be called an all-powered platform that can be used to build literally any project that you might think of. This is no longer a blog-only CMS. Corporate sites, CVs, portfolios and even online stores can be built with its help. Lately, theme developers started releasing multi-purpose WordPress themes, with the help of which we can create any of the aforementioned projects and much more. The template that we are going to talk about in this blog post is called Monstroid. After its launch in mid-July 2015, this universal WordPress giant has managed to hit the record of 3,000+ downloads. The customization features of this theme are intended for the users of all skill levels. No matter if you are a web design guru or you have never tried your hand at code, Monstroid will let you build a website of any level of complexity in no time. The feature that attracts WordPress fans the most is the availability of a rich selection of wordpress child themes 2015 that are added to the Monstroid pack. What’s more, all of them are available for free use and can be accessed right from the Monstroid dashboard. The amount of templates in the pack is not static. Each month it’s being updated with about 15 new topics, all of which differ in design and style. At the moment, you can choose from 38+ Monstroid child themes. Monstroid is based on Cherry Framework 4. So, in addition to the functionality that was developed specifically for the template, there is an array of features inherited from this fully responsive framework. The latter include:
What’s more, Monstroid (and each of its child themes) includes several premium plugins and WordPress extensions, which its owners can use absolutely free of charge. Such plugins include MotoPress Content Editor and MotoSlider. WPML support, a fully editable MegaMenu, full social integration, Google map integration, a rich variety of custom page templates and source PSD files, Bootstrap support, SEO optimization, a fully adaptive layout, and an array of other impressive functionality was included into each Monstroid theme. Of course, its developers couldn’t have left you without full integration with WooCommerce. Unlike its child themes, Monstroid parent theme comes with pre-designed product page templates. However, you can always turn any of the child templates into a fully featured online store, though it will require more time and programming skills. Free 24/7 support, lifetime updates and two sets of user- and developer-oriented features have made Monstroid a powerful competitor to the rest of multi-purpose WordPress templates in the industry. Browse the gallery of Monstroid child themes and be impressed by their abundance.