Best One Page WordPress Themes in 2014

One page (or single page) design has been widely popular in 2013 and the trend will continue for a long time it seems. There are many technical benefits to having a single-page presentation and the overall impression that these websites can make is stunning as there is no loading or waiting to switch between pages and content.

WordPress is obviously a great platform to use if you want to make a site like this – and with our list of the best one page WordPress themes in 2014 you’ll certainly create something amazing!

Attractor

Attractor-theme

Kicking-off our list is Attractor – an awesome Bootstrap-based theme from HighGrade, an exclusive-level author on ThemeForest. This single-page theme for WordPress is very flexible and easy to work with thanks to their drag-and-drop interface that will be located right in the admin dashboard.

Tides WP

Tides - Fullscreen Video One-Page WordPress Theme

Looking for a theme that features video support and stunning CSS3 transition effects? “Tides WP” is one of those themes and since it is a classic example of a one-page theme it fits perfectly on our list!

Jarvis – a Parallax WordPress Theme

Jarvis

Parallax is one of those effects that looks really good on one page websites and allows you to create really stunning websites. Due to the interactive nature of this theme (including infinite scroll), Jarvis is very popular and will continue to be one of the best-selling themes in 2014.

Visia – Retina Ready One Page Theme for WordPress

Visia

Visia is a prime example of how a good mobile-first theme should look like after development is finished. It is retina-ready, fully responsive and built according to the latest standers. Overall it is a very impressive theme and certainly worth the money.

Corsa

Corsa

Creative agencies are the target group of this theme and after one look you’ll easily see why. It is a brilliant theme to showcase not just your portfolio, but your staff members as well. The theme is responsive of course and very easy to work with.

OneUp, an Elite WordPress Theme

OneUp

This theme comes with several pre-made styles that you can customize and build on as well as a very user-friendly admin interface. The theme can be used to created amazing parallax effects that can even features videos in the background. As this is an elite theme, it is also fully responsive and retina-ready.

De7igner

De7igner

As the name suggests this theme was inspired by Apple’s iOS7 mobile operating system. It is very unique from all the other entries on this list and we certainly recommend you have a look at it. It is one of the most stylish and elegant One Page themes out there for sure!

Alamak

Alamak

This is a one page portfolio theme for WordPress that is ideal for photographers and filmmakers. It comes with several impressive sliders as well as good video support (you can even place videos in the background).

Parasponsive

Parasponsive

This is a brilliant parallax theme that comes with WooCommerce integration and awesome pricing table functionality. It is great for portfolios, but also for landing pages meant to promote your product or service.

QuickStep

QuickStep

This is an ideal theme for agencies and companies who are looking for to create a very elegant and clean presentation. While the overall design is minimalistic, there is still a very nice splash of colors and CSS3 effects that make the theme very engaging and interesting.

 

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Author: Karlo

Karlo is a 24 year old guy who loves everything related to WordPress. He is by profession electrical engineer but currently he is working as web design & web development freelancer.

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