5 Best One-Page WordPress Themes

This is a new age of website development, my friends! There are many ways in which one can design their website. One of these ways is to make the entire site on one page.

Now, a lot of people thought that this trend will just fade away because you cannot hold a whole lot of information on one page (this was about 6-7 years ago). But, as we can see, these kinds of sites have been striving for some time now.

You must have stumbled upon one of these sites when you were trying to find a particular product or service. It could have been for a type of shoe that comes only in four models. So, there is no need to have four separate pages for each of these models, you just put them on one page.

The same goes if you are offering a type of service that does not require you to have multiple pages. For instance, if you are a plumber, have a taxi service or something along those lines.

These kinds of sites heavily rely on their design, or should I say theme. For these sites, the overall feel and design aspect are very important because that is the first thing that is going to hit the audience when they step into your site.

So you have to put a lot of time and effort into how you are going to design this kind of site, but you cannot just start designing it right away. You first need to establish or find a theme from which you are going to start the construction of this site.

That is why I have compiled a list of the best one-page themes that you could use to create your perfect one-page site in no time.

Without further ado, let’s get started!

1. Avada

Avada

And starting at number one is Avada. This is a great general-purpose theme builder with which you can create the perfect theme for your entire site or for only one page. It is responsive and will not slow down your site in any way.

It has a new major update that allows you to use the Footer Builder and also build a custom single post, portfolio post, archive, search, and 404-page layout.

There are also 67+ pre-built websites that you can use. Meaning that not only can you get your site up and running in no time, but you also don’t have to bother with coding or anything like that.

At the time of writing this article, the theme has been downloaded by well over 600 thousand users worldwide, which goes to show how popular this theme is.

2. Uncode

Uncode

Here we have another feature-rich theme creator that will give you all of the necessary tools to create your perfect single-page website.

It has a bunch of pre-built web designs that are intended to be used as a single-page website. Moreover, the demos are also ready to use because they already have all of the necessary functionalities that are required for a single-page site to function properly.

3. BeOnePage Lite

BeOnePage

As you might have guessed by the title, this is a one-page theme that has all of the necessary functionalities that one would require to have on a one-page website.

It looks and feels slick and clean. The overall design is very professional and responsive. And there really is nothing much more to it.

I would just like to add that this theme is completely free for you to use on your website and that I particularly like the parallax effect this theme comes with.

4. Sydney

Sydney

Here we have another simple, neat, and free theme that you can use to create your one-page website.

It is quick to set up and is very functional and responsive. It also works very well on all mobile devices which is very important in the long run.

All in all, this is a great theme if you are planning to build a quick and easy one-page website for your business or something else. I really like it because it enables you to make a quick announcement page or a portfolio page in record time!

5. TheGem

The Gem

Now, (no pun intended) this is a real gem we’ve got here.

This theme is a heavy-duty website builder using which you can refurbish your entire site and make it look awesome. Plus, it comes with over 40 demos you can easily redesign to be a single-page website in record time.

Just pick a demo that you like, delete all of the unnecessary pages, and keep only one.

Final Thoughts

Well, whichever theme you decide to go for, I guarantee that you will be satisfied. Then again, it all depends if you are willing to pay or if you prefer to go the free route just to get your site started.

If you are going to pay for a theme then you are going to be creating a seriously heavy-duty single-page website.

But if you just want to get the site published as soon as possible and if you do not have a need for fancy features, you should rather opt for the free alternatives.

I would also like to note that you should always make sure that the theme you choose works perfectly with mobile devices such as mobile phones and tablets. The reason being that most of your audience will be using those devices, so keep that in mind.

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