Top 10 Free Magazine WordPress Templates | August 2014

Posted OnAug 23, 2014     CategoryThemes     CommentsNo comment

Online magazines and blogs were some of the first websites that became public back in the day, and they are still huge business for WordPress theme developers today. Whether you have a Premium Theme or a free template, your blog or magazine can look amazing and create a great user experience for all of your readers.

Let’s take a look at 10 of the best free Magazine Templates for WordPress…

1. Journal Crunch

A stunning looking theme, Journal Crunch has all of the features you could need to create the kind of WordPress magazine that your readers will Bookmark and keep coming back to. The layout is superb and built for ease of use, and with the social icons clear and present in the header, you can build a solid readership and fan base with this theme.
Features:

  • Responsive Design
  • Social Icons
  • Featured Articles

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2. JournalCrunch

2. AllTuts

Tutorials are all the rage in the blog world, and AllTuts is the perfect template to use if you are going to be creating a tutorial or guide on a particular subject, and you need a great theme to do so. The theme is built for reading and interaction, and with in-built SEO optimisation, you can be sure that Google and the search engines will sit up and take notice of your site before long.
Features:

  • Custom Logo and Favicon supported
  • Typography – Google Web Fonts supported
  • Custom CSS supported
  • Simple SEO

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3. AllTuts

3. Suburbia

Suburbia is a smart and modern free WordPress template that is popular with bloggers who want to display their content loud and proud on their Homepage. Surburbia allows users to do this with their Featured Posts settings, and with featured images included, you can be sure that your posts will catch the attention of readers.
Features:

  • Featured Images
  • Custom Header, Background and Menus
  • Full Width Template

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4. Suburbia Theme

4. Sight

Sight is a stunning minimalist theme that looks like the art and fashion magazines that you see in shops but never have enough money to buy! The good news is that you won’t have that problem here, and you can get your own version of those mags up online for free, and use the many features available to you to make a blog that fans of your subject won’t be able to ignore.
Features:

  • Infinite Scroll
  • Post Slider
  • Custom Menus
  • Customisable Background and Header

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5. Sight

5. Pinboard

Pinboard is a replica of the social networking site Pinterest, which has taken the world by storm and became the fastest growing social media site in history when it launched back in 2009. Still growing strong, this theme ties in beautifully with the kind of scrapbook theme of that site, and you should be able to build a solid site off the back of this fun theme.
Features:

  • SEO Optimised
  • Custom Widgets
  • Social Links
  • Grid Layout for Posts

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6. Pinboard

6. Elegant

Elegant lives up to its name, and has the potential to wow your readers from the first instance due to the huge front page, where your uploaded image can make a great first impression. Perfect for businesses, magazines or blogs, Elegant has a wide range of features and a Homepage slider for you to showcase your best work from.
Features:

  • Background Image Upload
  • Unlimited Colours
  • Huge Homepage Slider
  • Multiple Post Formats

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7. Elegant

7. Hueman

Hueman is a clean, modern theme template that is built for a busy magazine or blog due to its ability to contain a lot of posts and images on the Homepage without looking overcrowded. With social links and video integration, the Hueman theme is one of the best free WordPress themes around for online magazine creators who still want bang for their zero bucks.
Features:

  • Sticky Posts
  • Multiple Theme Options
  • Flexible Headers

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10. Hueman

8. Preus

Many bloggers use Preus for their photography magazines or porfolios due to the full width template of the posts and the sliders on the Homepage that make for a great first impression. A colourful yet simple design, Preus is the perfect theme for bloggers who are just starting out yet still want a lovely looking canvas to work from.
Features:

  • Translation Ready
  • Featured Images
  • Full Width Template

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8. Preus

9. MH Magazine Lite

MH Magazine Lite has nailed the look and layout required by bloggers and online magazine owners, and anyone looking for a free theme that will make your site stand out could do a lot worse. The widgets can make your posts and social networking profiles stand out too, which is extremely useful if you are building an audience across multiple channels.
Features:

  • Custom Headers, Background and Menus
  • Featured Images
  • Responsive Design
  • Language Support

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9. MH Magazine

10. Just Write

Just Write is a slick design that modern websites can use to make their websites stand out from the norm. With cool social media buttons and a layout that captures the look of a hip and modern magazine, your posts will almost certainly capture an audience if they are hosted with the Just Write theme.  
Features:

  • Theme Customizer
  • Advertising Widgets
  • Social Media Buttons
  • jQuery Slider

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1. JustWrite

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