5 wordpress themes that you can use to build sites with custom types

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The Toolset Starter theme is based on Bootstrap 3.3.0 (already integrated). You can use it with the Layouts plugin (in this case no manual integration is required) or without Layouts.

It works with:

Note that when Layouts is active it must be used on all pages, and as the theme is fully-integrated it must be used to design the entire page—including headers and footers—and so is intended for more advanced users. Here Is a list of 5 wordpress themes that you can use with toolset:

  1. Astra is a modern, versatile free theme that provides you with:
  • Overall design and typography
  • Header and footer areas
  • Menus

Astra is custom types ready. This means that you can control different features of the theme for each of the post types in your sites. For example, you might want to display a sidebar for the standard Pages on your site, but you want your custom Tours posts to be without the sidebar.

Besides this, Toolset allows you to:

  • Set up custom types, taxonomies, and fields.
  • Create custom searches and allow users to search the content based on multiple parameters.
  • Create forms for front-end submission.

2. GeneratePress is a lightweight theme (which is a great thing). This gives you convenient control over the overall styling and page frame. You will want to use GeneratePress for:

  • Overall design and typography
  • Header and footer areas
  • Menus

GeneratePress is custom types ready. This allows you to control different theme features for each of the post types in your sites, separately. For example, you might want your standard Pages to feature a sidebar, but you want your custom Events posts to stretch to the full page width, without having a sidebar.

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Besides this integration with GeneratePress, Toolset allows you to:

  • Set up custom types, taxonomies, and fields.
  • Create custom searches and allow users to search the content based on multiple parameters.
  • Create forms for front-end submission.

3. OceanWP is a fast and lightweight theme which gives you convenient control over the page frame and styling.  You may want to choose OceanWP for many reasons:

  • Create the design of your choice with extensive options
  • Customized Header and footer areas
  • Suited for Elementor and WooCommerce users

OceanWP is custom types ready, meaning that you can control different theme features for each post types you have in your sites. For example, you might want your regular Pages to display a sidebar and a navigation, but you want your custom posts to stretch to the full page width, without having a sidebar neither a menu.

Besides this integration with OceanWP, Toolset enables you to:

  • Create custom types, fields and taxonomies.
  • Set up custom searches with personalized filters based on several parameters.
  • Design forms for front-end submission.

4. Genesis is a secure, fast, reliable, and SEO-friendly theme framework. In combination with one of the numerous Genesis child themes, it provides you with convenient controls over the overall styling and page layout. This is why you will want to use Genesis for:

  • Overall design and typography
  • Header and footer areas
  • Menus

Genesis is custom types ready which means you can control different theme features for each of the post types in your sites, separately. For example, your site’s standard Posts can feature a sidebar but the custom Events posts can stretch to the full page width, without one.

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Besides this, Toolset allows you to:

  • Set up custom types, taxonomies, and fields.
  • Create custom searches and allow users to search the content based on multiple parameters.
  • Create front-end forms for content submission and user registration.

5. Divi lets you build beautiful websites. With Toolset, you’ll be able to build advanced sites with custom functionality, without writing PHP or JavaScript.

Sometimes, you need to organize the content of your site in a more customizable way than WordPress and Divi offer by default. This involves creating custom post types (like “Books” or “Events), adding custom fields to them (like “Book Cover Image” or “Event Date”) and finally creating custom taxonomies (like “Book Genre” or “Event Type”) to categorize the contents.

The process of creating these custom elements on your site is the same for any theme you use, including Divi. To learn how to do this, please visit our page about creating custom post types, fields, and taxonomies.