At Themeforest you can buy HTML website templates as well as themes for popular content management system (CMS) products like WordPress, Joomla and Drupal with prices ranging from just $5 up to $55. Items are priced on the complexity, quality and use of the file. Themeforest is home to a bustling community of web designers and developers and is the biggest marketplace of its kind.
I have fallen in love with their WordPress themes. While you can search on Themeforest by keyword (if someone referenced a theme they like), Category List (Browse just WordPress or JoomLa), Popular Files (those themes that have been downloaded the most), Featured Files (handpicked by Themeforest) or Top Authors (who make six figures building website themes!)
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Most importantly, it’s all about their approach to customer support. Themeforest is more than a place to find great themes, it’s a community! You can hear from authors, ask questions in the forums, and comment on items. Contact fellow users and view their portfolios. Envato Notes is a valuable resource for industry news, tips and tricks, and site updates.
Envato is a startup based out of Australia with people around the world and sites serving pages every second. They started in a living room in 2006 and have been steadily working to build the company into a world-class contender. Our background is creative, we love open source, we believe that work is about way more than just making money, and we’re totally committed to making products that are awesome!