What is different about Jump Start compared to other Theme Blvd themes?
Conceptually, Jump Start allows you to create a more unique, personalized design for your website. One of the major features that makes this possible are theme bases.
Alternatively, while they still have many user options and the same developer extendability, other Theme Blvd themes generally come with a more specific, focused visual design that is built on top of the existing theme framework.
What is the Theme Blvd WordPress framework?
The Theme Blvd Framework powers Jump Start and all of our commercial WordPress themes.
What are theme bases?
Theme bases allow you to choose how you want to work with the theme. They allow us to provide you with variations of the theme that act as a bridge between between the framework and your child theme, if you choose to use one.
The first base is the "Developer" base. This base leaves all default framework action hooks in place and contains less stylistic options on the theme options page — Checkout the Developer Demo.
Next, we have the "Super User" theme base; this base takes the default design and adds a multitude of stylistic options to your theme options page to control the visual design of your theme. The rest of the theme bases take this "super user" concept, but also provide slightly different variations of of the theme's overall design.
In the theme's main demo, the "Agent" theme base is used.
Who is Jump Start for?
You do not have to be a developer to do big things with Jump Start. Whether you're a user, a developer, or anyone in between you can use Jump Start to build a unique design for your website. We combine the best of both worlds by incorporating theme bases.
This means that you can work with Jump Start in many different ways. If you're a developer looking to code a completely custom design, you can utilize the Developer base, and go crazy with all of the framework's extendability from your child theme. If you're not, you can choose to work through all the user options Jump Start allows you to enable.
Or, if you're like most of us, you can use the layout builder, user options, a child theme, and work somewhere in between!