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I am considering changing my theme. I am having a problem with my current them. However I have not found a theme that I like so far. I was considering having a custom wordpress theme built. So does anyone have any recommendations for me. This is the problem I am having.



I am not really sure of what is going on there but stripes are bad for conversions. Other then that I would just stick with my current theme. I think it has something to do with the css not really sure.So any thoughts on this one thanks in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author rdilipk1
    Is that a registration page on your blog? That looks like some kind of a background from your theme..

    Anyways, I wouldn't really recommend developing one right away. You can try one of the many good themes that are available. Thrive themes is a amazing option and I always recommend them because of the many features, customization options, excellent support etc.

    You can go for Genesis or, even Thesis if you prefer. I guess that you solve your problem of a new theme. But if you really want a theme developed, you can use the folks at Genesis. They build custom skins but can be a little costly..
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    • Profile picture of the author LouisMcknight
      Originally Posted by rdilipk1 View Post

      Is that a registration page on your blog? That looks like some kind of a background from your theme..

      Anyways, I wouldn't really recommend developing one right away. You can try one of the many good themes that are available. Thrive themes is a amazing option and I always recommend them because of the many features, customization options, excellent support etc.

      You can go for Genesis or, even Thesis if you prefer. I guess that you solve your problem of a new theme. But if you really want a theme developed, you can use the folks at Genesis. They build custom skins but can be a little costly..
      Yes it is a registration page. I decided to build a membership area to my blog. My current theme is enfold. I have tried it on thrive focusblog and it works just fine. I am considering paying for mods. I want the same look and feel of my blog. On a side note I now have accesses to a few new plugins from thrive.
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      • Profile picture of the author rdilipk1
        Good to know that you already have Thrive themes.. That is one amazing product that I really love.

        Enfold is also a nice theme and has a lot of options. I have never heard of it creating any such problems.. Did you try deactivating all plugins and then check if this happens?

        Then you can try reactivating them one by one and zero in on a plugin that might be causing the problem. If you are able to find that out, you can reach out the developers and they should be able to fix it for you or, provide you with some help..

        Do let me know how it goes..
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  • Profile picture of the author Seelife
    Hi, you dont say which theme you are trying or your niche. So its hard to know if this s a CSS or other issue. I personally dont think you need a custom theme unless you have a very niche or unusual requirement. I use a number of Free and Premium themes and hav selected them because they are typically highly customisable from the getgo. If that is a Login page then ditch the standard signup and go for a simple membership plugin that takes all that hassle away. Its cleaner and you hav better control of signips anyway.
    I think you need to be clear about your site needs and what you are presenting and take a couple of days trawling themes and ID those that are : Flexible, Customisable, Support Mobile (Responsive), support the major plugins and display your wares.
    Custom design costs hudreds, thousands and a simple Freemium will cost about $50-80.
    Start with a simple Flexible Free Theme - maybe use a Child Theme (to make customisations) and get it working and dont be afraid to change later just be aware of your URL settings.
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  • Profile picture of the author kilas78
    There is a high change that this is a CSS error, were you using IE or Tablet or some other device , this is mostly a zoomed error, Enfold is a very powerful theme, my suggestion is to get these small issues fixed rather than getting a custom theme, a custom theme will cost you a good amount to build at least 10 times the cost you will pay for getting this theme fixed to your requirements.
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  • Profile picture of the author Media04
    If you do have Enfold, then I strongly recommend using Slate Pro from codecanyon, I am using both on some websites and works perfectly together, another $22 to spend but definitly worth it
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