Interested in starting a news site or are you a new journalist trying to make it on your own? If so, you need to have a great looking site that can help display your content in a newsworthy way. To get that great looking site, you have a lot of choices to choose from. But some of those choices may not be best. To get the best look for your site, you need to choose a theme that not only looks good, but has the needed features to help readers find your site and read your content.
To get those great features, StudioPress offers a great selection of themes to choose from. One example of a great theme, is the Lexicon Child Theme. StudioPress Lexicon Child Theme is a theme that can be used for almost any niche and is great theme for any journalist starting out.
Lexicon Child Theme Features
StudioPress Lexicon Child Theme comes with featured images, 6 layouts to choose from, fixed width, and threaded comments. Plus you get all the great features that come with the Genesis Framework.
For more information and to test drive the StudioPress Lexicon Child Theme, check out the information page.
What is the Genesis Framework and Why You Need it?
If you want to use any of StudioPress’ themes, then you must purchase the Genesis Framework. The framework is the parent theme and adds features to WordPress that every site owner needs. Genesis Framework comes with integrated SEO configuration and options on the article pages. Both integrated SEO features and the built in SEO fields on article edit pages are both designed to help make it easier for the search engines to find your content.
When you purchase the Genesis Framework, you get unlimited support, unlimited easy updates, and you get lifetime access to the support team and staff.
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