Studio Press Review 2013 – Is It Good Or Bad?

Studiopress.com has in total 45 themes to offer. All themes are based on Studiopress’s proprietary framework called Genesis, acting as their management tool which is shipped with each theme. High security standards are something that the developers emphasize their framework adherence to.  Genesis framework provides 5 custom widgets and  6 layouts per post or page.  Its options include layout modification, content items management, SEO, advertisement, color options (theme dependent), one-click updates.

The themes are all  in fact preset designs made with the Genesis framework, their topics are quite diverse because the Genesis framework is so flexible, and what’s especially attractive, the majority of them is responsive.

All themes sell for the fixed one time fee of $79.95 each. The price covers one theme with Genesis framework, lifetime updates and support and unlimited number of domains it can be used on. Studiopress is as gracious as guaranteeing full refund within 30 days since the purchase.

8 thoughts on “Studio Press Review 2013 – Is It Good Or Bad?

  1. I had some problems with Studiopress support. They helped with simple problems but they didn’t answer me how to change the width of sidebar or smth like that!

  2. I’m using wordpress blogs for five years and I don’t know why I made a decision to use studiopress theme on a new one. Their support is one of the worst! They require you to sign in to get the tutorials but I could not find my login and their system didn’t recognize email address so I couldn’t write them. I wasted my money! And I will never buy StudioPress templates again!

  3. One day I was browsing for new website design and I detected the Lifestyle theme and I fall in love with it! I changed my blog theme and now it’s looking adorable!

  4. It’s not as good as it seems. I thought that my new Studiopress theme would has high graphic level. Unfortunately, when I installed those design I saw that the graphics fall short. C+ for it!

    • I have to disagree with Katie that StudioPress design and design is not fall short! I’m sure that it is enough level for design. I love that their graphics doesn’t overpower content of my website.

  5. When I saw at first template from Studio Press I was excited, I found something what I was looking for. I was really happy to use it. At this moment I’ve done some customizing and created my own children theme.

  6. I was disappointed in their tutorials. I tried to do all the steps but understood that easier for me to make my own theme. Why should I pay more?

  7. Their themes are wonderful but I had one little problem with it. I wanted to use wordpress not as blog backend but a backend for my website, but I saw that it is not easy for to do. I contacted support and they said that I have to search for this information at community forums. It would be easier if they had a manual.

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