choose wordpress theme

How to Choose a WordPress theme ?  is instinctively a simple operation. It turns out to be really long and complicated. The operation is all the more difficult as there are today thousands of free and paid themes, all more beautiful than others and always offering more features. To avoid choosing a random design, we propose you to discover selection criteria that can reduce a list of dozens of elements to a single theme.

2Choose a WordPress theme that meets quality criteria : 

After discarding the WordPress themes that do not meet the needs of the future site, a second sorting can be done. A theme must meet criteria to offer a quality site or at least meet current standards.

Choose a Responsive theme :

First of all, the theme must be “Responsive”, that is to say capable of adapting to all types of terminals. It is therefore recommended to test the display of the demonstration of the theme with different devices. Built-in browser tools make it easy to simulate navigation with the most popular phones and tablets. A test with Google’s Mobile Friendly tool provides an even more objective verdict.

Choose a quick theme to load :

Websites must be fast to load. Firstly for the user experience but also for the good SEO of the site in the search engines.
A set of good coding practices make it possible to offer users fast pages. Before acquiring a theme, load time tests must be performed on the design demonstration.
Google’s PageSpeed Insights tool allows you to test the display speed. It provides two notes out of 100: a first for a mobile download and a second for a computer download. PageSpeed Insights allows you to test a single page. It is strongly recommended to test all pages of the theme and not just the home page.

Choose a theme compatible with all browsers :

A theme must be compatible with all browsers used by users. This compatibility test can and should be done with different methods.
The first is to test the same theme with different browsers.
The second is to use online tools to obtain a browser-based browser result.
The third is to use the tools of the World Wide Web Consortium, more commonly known as W3C. This standardization organization provides tools for testing the validity of the HTML and CSS code. It is thus possible to discover if a theme has coding errors. These may be misinterpreted by browsers and the display of the theme will eventually differ from one device to another.