Widgets in Wordpress have been designed so that the user without any special knowledge and coding skills could easily control and change the structure of the WordPress theme. With widgets you can easily add additional features or content to your theme.
Whenever you are thinking of starting a new blog, you should always focus on finding the best platform for blogging. You won’t find a better blogging platform than WordPress. WordPress will provide you tons of great features that will help you run your blog without going through any hassle.
If you are a food blogger and run your own kitchen, and you are looking for the right theme for yourself, it’s great that you’ve come here. In this article, I wanted to show the best – in my opinion, free WordPress themes, ideally suited for setting up a food blog.
Choosing the right theme will always be quite a difficult task. Mainly because of their amount in the network. The number of free themes increases drastically from day to day. This is good on the one hand – because a few years ago, free themes were ugly and un-functional, and bad at the same time, because finding ‘this one’ requires a lot of work which can overwhelm.
With the new WordPress 5.0. update appeared the new WordPress block editor named Gutenberg. From now on, it will be the default WordPress text editor. Although you can still use an old classic editor to write posts, which is now available via a WordPress plugin named ‘Classic Editor’, it’s worth getting to know the block editor better.