Unless you are a graphic designer by trade, creating a website from a blank canvas can be a seriously daunting task. That’s why many sitebuilders offer templates over which users can lay their content, logo, images, etc. when creating a website. This option makes attractive websites infinitely more accessible to personal and small business website owners.

The trouble with the template model is the lack of variety that can occur. It’s not a great feeling to spend hours loading all of your content into a website only to discover over the next couple of weeks that there’s another site out there that looks just like yours.

That’s why one of the hallmarks of Webs’ SiteBuilder3 platform is our dynamic and customizable themes. Instead of designing hundreds of templates for users to have to click through, our designers have created several dozen attractive and flexible themes that can be individualized to suit the needs and branding of each user’s website. Areas that can be customized include colors, fonts, background images, and more. While we do offer a number of Premium themes for upgraded users, most are free and available to everyone.

To demonstrate the quality and flexibility of our free website themes, our designers are constantly creating sample websites to share with users. Here are 5 of our favorites. What’s your favorite Webs theme?

1. Gridspark Theme – Great for events, retail shops, and services like interior design.

2. Kinderland Theme –
Created for daycares, babysitting services, and kids activities

3. Menu Theme – Perfect for restaurants, caterers, bakeries, and more

4. Aeon Theme – Another good choice for events, retailers, services, and venues

5. Corporate Theme – Ideal for dentists, chiropractors, doctors, counselors, and realtors


About the Author: Sarah Matista is the Online Content Specialist and resident blogger at Webs. Loves branding, marketing, whales. Get more from Sarah on Webs’ Blog and Google+.

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