WordPress is the most popular and widely used CMS system in the world. If you read a blog such as this one, more than likely it’s running on WordPress either self-hosted or through WordPress.com. The first thing users and readers see though is the theme which is key to presenting your content in a clear and readable manner. There are thousands of free and paid WordPress themes available online, but some of us like to have more control over how our sites look and feel.
Creating a WordPress theme can be a bit of work, especially on the coding side. Artisteer lets you design a theme visually without having to worry about the code behind it. You can build a theme from scratch, or start with a template and base your theme off that. Artisteer can also be used to create HTML sites, and other CMS systems as well.
New in Artisteer 4:
- Creating content for your CMS
- HTML5/CSS3 support
- Support for Mobile Devices
- Header Designer with Visual Editing
- Google Web Fonts
- Online Access to Flickr Images
- Image Lightbox and Slide Shows
- Footer Layout and Editing
- Text Shadow
- New HTML elements
- Magazine Style Menu
- Improved User Interface
Artisteer 4 for Windows is available now, and the Mac version should be available soon. A free trial is available and Artisteer can be purchased starting at $49.95.