Creating a website isn’t easy. There are many things that go into making even the most basic of sites; finding a host, locking in the domain, designing the UI, etc. Not to mention actually filling the thing with valuable content.
Luckily there are a lot of intuitive online resources available to help you get things off the ground. The Beans WordPress theme/framework is one of them and was created just for that inner (cost-conscious) entrepreneur in all of us.
Rather than sticking with what comes out of the box, or cutting being forced to learn a new coding language, Beans offers an effective, flexible alternative to your WordPress website implementation. If you’re looking to do boost your theme game, here are five reasons why checking out Beans might be a good idea:
1. It’s Responsive. Beans takes care of the display stuff. You don’t have to develop 101 CSS classes to accommodate hundreds of screen sizes. As a part-time developer/full-time entrepreneur you want to stay focused on your broader business strategy instead of worrying about all that front-end code.
2. SEO. Beans was developed with Search Engine Optimization in mind; lightweight. Sites built with Beans pull up only what is needed, thus increasing load times & conversions. Ultimately, this affords your site more attractive exposure to search engines and more effective exposure to potential customers, even in markets with slower internet connections.
3. Child Themes. If you are a veteran to web development, then you completely understand how big of a headache it is when a theme updates and your whole site comes crashing down like Chicken Little. Beans has been shown to consistently provide seamless updates and stress-free uptimes; by using child themes you’ll almost never run into site updates that explode in all the wrong ways.
4. Documentation. Whether you are new or old to web development, good documentation can make all the difference in the world. Beans is thorough with its documentation, offering a comprehensive set of articles on their site, accessible at any time. The collection includes a step by step guide for getting started as well as instructions brimming with clear examples and definitions.
5. It’s Open Source. Beans developers believe in making the world a better place, one website at a time – so the Beans framework is absolutely free and open to the wide world of contribution. As someone grinding through launch of a website, alongside time, money is certainly something you should always be looking to save.
You can click here to get started with Beans right away.
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