I am personally not a fan of multipurpose themes for the following reasons:
1) They are bloated and tend to load slower than a single-theme, this is due to an increase in the number of scripts used
2) They can be confusing for clients, most of my clients just want to be able to edit the text and a few colours and not have to deal with different layouts, different header styles etc
3) They aren’t brandable, if I buy a single niche theme e.g. a kindergarten I can brand this to my clients business, the multipurpose themes tend to be bland and boring (imho)
4) From a developers pov, if a client wants a certain feature added / removed, it can be a pain to find the right template and the right line of code as it’s just a jumble of functions doing if elses of the theme options,
I always get my clients to choose niche themes related to their industry as (in my opinion) they are better designed (for their purpose) and aren’t trying to do 10 other things.There is a market for multipurpose themes but I find it’s the “noob buyers” who aren’t sure what they want and just buy the theme with the most options so they can test out every option.
I have to 100% agree Gareth.
I don’t understand people buying this kind of themes.
I hope they realise that each license is for a single end product. So you buy a multipurpose theme, and you choose a layout you like, and get a final end product. I am pretty sure their clients will not change so soon the skin or the niche of their website.
So you will end up with a website fully loaded with files and options, plugins, scripts…etc, and just used for 10% of what the theme offers.
And if you want to use the theme for another website you will have to buy another license.
Psychologically people buy them thinking they get more.
I only admire this themes for the technologically part, it’s quite hard to build one.
definitely a bonsai
Great contest ! This is what we need, diversity, to push our imagination
Just in time we got back from our summer holiday. We are in.
Good luck to all of you.
I guess you mean Benidorm, and not Babidorm right?
The biggest rental website in Spain is THIS ONE
If you speak spanish a little I suggest finding a local real estate company and talk directly to them.
Rental prices in Benidorm are quite small, around 500$ depending on your needs. And the buildings are big as you can see in the pictures. You can stay at 20 th floor with a nice sea view if you want.
Good luck. Spain is amazing.
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Depends on your needs.
If you want to have exactly the same website, content and design available for both mobile and desktop, go with the responsive wordpress theme.
If you want to have on mobile version a lighter content, diferent layout (but the same identity) go with a separate mobile version.
Generally we saw that huge websites, with a lot of content, go with separate versions, and allow users to swich to desktop view when they want, adding a link in the footer/header with “switch to desktop”
So if your website is not huge, you can build it responsive.
Hope this helps. It’s just our personal perspective.
Good luck in your new career Carmen
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