With Twitter Bootstrap becoming increasingly popular and designers using it as a foundation to build responsive WordPress themes. I decided to present you with a round up of the most recent Bootstrap WordPress themes available in the market. Included within the list are a few bare-bones basic themes geared towards designers as well as premium themes that can be used right away on live websites. If you want to know how you can further customize these Bootstrap WordPress themes, then feel free to check out Design Shack’s 20 Bootstrap Resources from Design Shack – it includes a lot of helpful tools to help you customize Bootstrap.
1. WordPress Bootstrap by 320 Press
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2. Bootstrap WP by Rachel Baker
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Now onto the Fully Developed Bootstrap Based Themes …
CrossRoad is a well designed theme reminiscent of Pinterest with lots of built-in widgets. The theme has schema.org microdata integration, that works in helping out with SEO and click-through rates.
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The ZEN Responsive Theme is a modern WordPress Bootstrap theme that is well crafted and easy to customize through built in plugins and widgets. It’s clean, versatile and can be used for any kind of website, corporate site, online portfolio, personal blog etc. As a responsive theme the layout is compatible and works on all tablet and mobile devices.
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A clean and responsive Bootstrap WordPress theme that is suitable for corporate and business use. The Mentor theme itself is built on the Twitter Bootstrap framework and is mobile friendly. Great if you are seeking an online presence for your business.
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Get more Bootstrap themes from ThemeForest
At the present time, there are over 32 themes available on Themeforest that work with the Bootstrap Framework. Get more information on the available WordPress Bootstrap themes rated from the highest at Themeforest.com.