Let’s take a moment to relax. Breathe in and exhale. I’m going to tell you about the last WordPress theme you’ll ever need for running your Web sites. Just give me a few moments of your time.
When it comes to figuring out whether you should purchase a theme for your Web site, it’s a tough decision. You want to know that your hard-earned cash is going to be well spent.
I’ve been there.
But, let’s be honest. 99% of all WordPress themes are bloated and not well suited for the mobile Web that exists today.
You need a theme that’s fast and will put your content first.
Simplicity Is The Key
The Exhale WordPress Theme is the culmination of my life’s work. And, I’m not exaggerating when I say this. I’ve spent nearly my entire adult career chasing the dream of building the ideal WordPress theme.
What I’ve learned in all this time is that the most important thing for a theme to do is to not be a distraction. If anything gets in the way of your content, it’s poor design.
That includes fancy sliders, big-ass header images, and all sorts of other gizmos that “designers” like to throw into their themes in order to sell you on the next big thing.
I’ve done all these things too.
At one point, I too was a member of the herd, blindly following the latest trends. Sure, it’s fun to play with new “features” at first, but in the long term, it’s a management nightmare. Most people give up running a Web site because it becomes a headache to manage.
Most other “designers” are piling more “features” into themes while slowing down your site. I’m going the opposite direction, optimizing each aspect of the theme.
My Promise To You
Most theme shops are churning out theme after theme after theme. It’s a numbers game for them. The more sub-par products they can produce, the more likely they are to make a sale to someone who hasn’t learned the hard lessons of managing a Web site yet.
But, that’s not you.
I assume you’re here because you want things to be easier. You want visitors to actually read your content or purchase your product.
That’s where Exhale absolutely destroys its competition. It puts the tools in your hands to sell your message to your site’s visitors.
Here’s my promise to you:
I will spend my days continually developing and improving Exhale so that you’re always getting my best work. I’d rather build a quality theme than stretch myself too thin building many mediocre themes.
Get The Exhale Theme
Exhale is currently in its initial “beta” release. That’s just a fancy developer way of saying that it’s ready for user testing and will be officially released soon.
All premium members have access to test the beta version right now.
I feel so confident that this theme will change how well your Web site performs, that I’m giving out a $10 coupon to anyone who wants to test run the beta today. Just use
EXHALEBETA at checkout for a year’s worth of update and support.
Want to know more before purchase? Check out Exhale’s features →
The Man Behind It All
My name is Justin Tadlock. I’ve been running this site, Theme Hybrid, since 2008. It’s one of the oldest and longest-running WordPress theme sites around.
The site has had its ups and downs over the years. But, one constant has remained–me.
I’ve put my heart and soul into this project. At my lowest point, I’ve spent late nights while crashing on my sibling’s couch, writing code in the hopes that I’d make enough cash to eat for the next week. I say this to let you know that I’m all in. I believe the work I’m doing here will help you.
Everything that I am is about building awesome tools for WordPress users.
If I can’t sell you on the theme right off the bat, let me sell you on myself. A few of the things I’ve accomplished:
- Co-authored Professional WordPress Plugin Development.
- Been both a lead and moderator of the official WordPress.org theme review team.
- Built 100s of themes and plugins over more than a decade in the biz.
- Professionally review and audit themes/plugins at ThemeReview.co.
But, I think the thing that most Theme Hybrid members remember about me is my willingness to help. I personally review and/or answer every single support request that comes through. I’ve done it for more than a decade and will continue to do so.
Seriously, go check out Exhale and become a member. If you’re not satisfied after 14 days with your membership, I’ll happily send over a refund with no questions asked.