It is Thanksgiving Day, and if I could have my wish, I would be with my family. I would be smelling the turkey that was already in the oven, beginning its slow-baking tradition of filling the house with the smell of Southern cornbread dressing, sage, sauteed onions & celery, and home. Although I am not at home and I am not with family, I will get to borrow another home and another family for a couple of hours today, but for now,
I have begun to find a Christmas-looking WordPress theme to explore for December, and I found it [Cheer – see example Here].
Allow me to show you how to explore the Free WordPress themes and ultimately find a host of different types of themes.
At the top left of your WordPress page, you will see the words “My Sites”
When you click on the words “My Sites,” a drop-down menu will unfold
You will be taken to the above screen, and the following area is where you need to focus:
On the right side of the above area, click the drop-down area and select Free.
On the left side of the above area, type the word responsive.
This is a bit confusing. There is a theme that is named responsive, and if you know the title of a theme that you want, you can type it in the spot beside the magnifying glass.
In this case, I am not looking for the theme that is specifically named responsive, I am looking for all Free WordPress themes that behave responsively. I’ll tell you why you want a responsive theme later.
Learn What A Responsive Theme is Here
I have begun to catalog the responsive themes Here
About midway through my browsing the Free responsive themes, I found the one named Cheer.
Cheer is a precious and EASY to use WordPress Theme.
There is no need to select a Header for Cheer. It comes ready to go, with its Halls already Decked completely out.
I’ll also tell you more about the Cheer theme later.
I have launched a resolve to explore a free WordPress Theme each month and to share what I discover. Learn about the 12-Month WordPress Pro effort Here
During November of 2015, I explored the Twenty Ten Theme Here