GreenShift Releases Free Companion WordPress Theme

The developers of the GreenShift plugin, page and animation builder have just released the eagerly awaited free, customizable companion theme on the Wordpress repository.

GreenShift FSE Theme

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Pricing Table ©GreenShift

The GreenShift FSE block theme comes with more than 12 query loop templates, many predefined post and page layouts, block styles and section patterns, as well as header and footer patterns to get you started in no time.

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It also has a dark mode, a style switcher, a font selector and a built-in animation framework. Since the theme doesn’t use jQuery dependencies and has conditional assets, it’s super fast – even without any third-party caching plugins.

Banner Block
Banner Block ©GreenShift

In addition, GreenShift comes with support for WooCommerce with improved style loading, clean designs for shop pages and improved layouts for WooCommerce blocks.

Footer with 5 Columns ©GreenShift

The GreenShift theme can be downloaded free of charge on the WordPress repository. In the future, however, they plan to create premium child themes and design packs.

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