Themes packages are those packages that contain the React project used to render the final output (in both client-side and server-side).
With Frontity, you can build your own theme from scratch to match all your project's needs, or use a ready-to-use one, which will make your work easier. You can even install a starter theme and keep working on top of it.
Basically it's the same as WordPress, just keep working as you usually do.
These are the official themes available for your Frontity project:
Mars theme is a starter theme meant for you to learn some of Frontity's basic functionalities and how to use them. We usually recommend it if this is your first time using the framework.
The Twenty Twenty default WordPress theme was included in WordPress 5.3 and ported over to Frontity by the software engineer and designer Segun Adebayo.
More information about this theme can be found in the
These are other public themes for Frontity built by the community that you can use as a starting point to build your next website or blog (listed in alphabetical order):
Built by Aamodt Group, this starter theme packs support for Gutenberg, dark mode and fetching menus from WordPress. You can take a look at Aamodt Group's website to see it in action.
A starter theme created by the Aswm Innovations team which includes support for the most common Gutenberg blocks and for the WP Job Openings plugin, among other features.
A theme developed by Taylor White and built off the Frontity Chakra Theme. You can see it in action on his website.
Created by Divaksh Jain, this is a minimalist and lightweight theme for Frontity with a terminal-like design. Visit Divaksh's blog to see it in action.
Fourothree is a theme package for Frontity based on 403page.com and developed by 403Page Labs. It started its life as Twenty Twenty theme.
A Frontity theme made with the Chakra UI React Component Library. Built by the creator of Chakra UI Segun Adebayo, the theme is suited for blogs that make a heavy use of images.
This is a fully responsive Frontity theme designed by HTML5 UP and implemented by Matnard. It uses
react-transition-group to orchestrate the animations.
A starter theme for Frontity created by Alexandra Spalato. It's styled with Theme UI and comes with built-in search and dark mode, among other features.
The popular Twenty Nineteen WordPress theme was ported over to Frontity by Imran Sayed and Smit Patadiya. It primarily suits blogs, but can be adaptable to a wide range of websites.
If you'd like to see more projects powered by Frontity and WordPress, please visit the Showcase page.