There’s only one answer to that… That’s the one I’m using for this blog.
It’s what I believe the best mobile responsive blog theme for 2016 and beyond, made by SiteOrigin… They call it the Vantage WordPress Theme.
Out of all the wp blog themes which I’ve been testing and reviewing I found one company in particular that in my eyes outperforms all other premium mobile responsive wordpress themes. Even the free responsive wordpress blog themes from SiteOrigin is by far much easier to manage, and I’m using some other plugins without any complications. I’m really satisfied with the Vantage mobile responsive blog theme and because I’m using this for my main website, I can’t have some beta theme installed or something new with bugs in the code. The theme has to be a rock solid platform for your money making website and I haven’t got any issues with this Vantage mobile responsive wordpress theme, it’s because SiteOrigin creates their own plugins and using the same platform with the same code what makes this such a stable platform.
Just watch the video below and discover what’s possible with this theme, for this theme you’ll have to donate a minimum of $10 to be a responsive wordpress blog theme. So you need to have the Premium settings to use this wp blog theme to it’s full potential.
This is what SiteOrigin says about their Vantage Theme
Vantage is the most revolutionary theme we’ve ever created. With over 500,000 downloads, it has also been our most popular. Vantage has represented a major shift in the theme market – changing what you can expect from a free WordPress theme. It offers clean design with tremendous flexibility and power. You can create anything from a simple blog to a complete business website.
Vantage is the first theme we created from the start to work in perfect harmony with Page Builder. In fact, we developed Vantage and Page Builder in parallel – allowing each to drive forward the development of the other. The result is a seamless integration with some useful bundled widgets that help you get the most out of your Page Builder pages.
Our integration with Page Builder got us thinking – what other plugins could we use to enhance Vantage? The first thing we needed was a powerful slider. Rather than build a slider plugin from scratch, we decided to work with the team at Matcha Labs and integrate Meta Slider. The results have been great. Vantage works well with the free version of their plugin, but if you need even more power, it integrates equally well with the pro upgrade for powerful features like layered sliders.
When we started to show our customers early versions of Vantage, something became clear: people want to sell products on their Vantage site, so we went ahead and integrated support with WooCommerce.
So what’s the result of all this careful integration with several plugins? Vantage is a theme that grows and shrinks with your needs. You can choose not to install any of the supported plugins if you don’t need them, and Vantage will continue working without any problems.
Download Vantage and discover the beauty of a theme that lets you choose exactly what you want it to be.
Next you should watch the Page Builder demo video below
You can download the Page Builder from their website using this link here or just go to the Page Builder Home Page to read all the details.
If you’re a little bit tech savvy you’ll love the SiteOrigin CSS Interface… Watch the video below and discover how powerful this simple Plugin can be for you.
By Greg from SiteOrigin
This is what the SiteOrigin CSS interface looks like when you first get started. It’s fairly blank with your main CSS editor here and a list of your revisions down the right side.
The editor has two buttons in the toolbar. These buttons are for the visual editor mode and the expanded editor mode. We’ll start by looking at the visual editor mode. This mode is where most beginners will want to get started.
So here, you’ll notice we have a large preview of our site. On the left, we have the visual controls and along the bottom we have the inspector.
This inspector is the same tool that you’ll use in both visual and code modes, so let’s take a look at that first. When you hover over an element in your site preview, the inspector will highlight it, giving you some indication of what that element is.
Clicking on the element will select it in the inspector. From here, you can view a hierarchy of the elements that contain the selected element. Hovering over the hierarchy will highlight the parent element. Clicking on an element will select it.
Underneath the hierarchy, you’ll see a set of selectors that your theme is using to target the selected element. It displays the most specific selector at the top and the less specific ones below that. Hovering over any of these selectors will highlight all elements targeted by this selector.
For example, here the heading of our site is an H1 tag targeted by site-header h1, but it’s also targeted by the more general selector h1. So you can choose the selector that targets either the single element or the group of elements you’re after.
Most of the time, you’ll be interested in the top selector, which the visual editor automatically selects for you when you click on an element.
So let’s take a look at the visual controls down the right-hand side. They’re separated into text, decoration and layout controls. The visual controller will target the selectors that you have selected up at the top of the screen, here. Any changes you make will reflect in real time so you can refine the changes you’re making.
If you’re already familiar with CSS, then you can take advantage of the expanded mode. This mode gives you a full preview of your site and the CSS editor on the left. This editor intelligently scans your site to find any important selectors and makes them available through the editor’s auto-completion feature. Or you can use the inspector to add new selectors or attributes to your code.
When you’re done, simple click Save CSS and your changes will be instantly reflected on your site.