Development of themes and templates for websites has become a passion for a developer today. In this regard, ThemeForest by Envato is a big name that occupies an important place in the market. It provides best suitable themes for wordpress and others. But there are always competitors for a champ in the market. Here are 6 alternatives to Themeforest. Have a look!
1. Creative Market
Creative market as the name says is a marketplace for all the creative WordPress themes and templates developers. It is one of the best alternatives to Themeforest and includes selling options for stock photography, graphics and digital goods other than themes.
2. Elegant Themes
The name of this theme market says a lot about it. Yes, it is a package of elegance and beauty to get with your theme just like Monarch and Divi Builder. It is based on membership which costs $69 per year.
3. Woo Themes
When it comes to modernly designed and updated themes, Woo Themes is the best place to sell or buy a theme. Woo themes offer more than 30 themes, which cost $79 and one for the first time free.
StudioPress is an amazing alternative to Themforest for its exceptional feature of offering genesis framework with the theme.
ThemeSnap offers its services to provide themes for wordpress, drupal themes and HTML templates. It offers over hundreds of themes and templates at a cost of 25-45 % of price of product as commission.
6. Theme Trust
Theme Trust is considered as one of the good alternatives to themeforest. It is famous for its discount deals like buy 1 theme and get 1 free. It mainly offers more than 10 wordpress themes, each of which costs $59.
7. Code Canyon
Another market for selling themes and plugins by Envato, Code Canyon is also a good option specially if you want to sell wordpress plugins.
Those marketplace are best ThemeForest alternative for buying & selling web templates, web themes and other web plugins/extensions.
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