How to Get Started with Kadence Starter Templates on WordPress

by | Jun 9, 2022 | 0 comments

How to Get Started with Kadence Starter Templates on WordPress

by | Jun 9, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

You’ve got a digital dream and Kadence has the starter templates that can help you make your WordPress website come to life quickly and easily. The Kadence collection of starter templates are so easy to use, so easy to customize, it’s no wonder why Kadence is one of the fastest growing themes in the WordPress space.

Unlike other platforms where you’re building your website on someone else’s property, WordPress, Kadence and Kadence Blocks are fully open source. That means whatever you build, you own.

All of the images used in Kadence Starter Templates are royalty free. You can use them in your WordPress site, or replace them easily with your own imagery.

Kadence does offer a few PRO-only starter templates, but most of our WordPress starter templates are free to use. Some of them do require other plugins. You’ll see that noted when you check them out on our site and in the Kadence Starter Template Plugin.

For more information about Kadence, visit the following links:

Starter Templates:

Kadence Theme:

Kadence Blocks:

Kadence Starter Templates Plugin:

Kadence Conversions:

Kadence Shop Kit:

Kadence Bundles are the most cost effective way to get all Kadence has to offer. If you’re just building a simple site, the essentials bundle might be all you need. But if you’re building anything more dynamic, we highly recommend a Full Bundle. You get access to everything Kadence has to offer, including Kadence Conversions, Kadence Cloud, Kadence Shop Kit and so much more.

Kadence is dedicated to helping you create more effective websites.

Want to hear more about us? Check out our podcast. We share our philosophy about WordPress site development, marketing, attracting an audience, and effective site design principles.

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