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    Hi everyone
    Hope you are doing good.
    I just have started a website https://laptopsadviser.com/best-laptops-for-engineering-students/ and I want to change its theme because I am not satisfied with current theme. Please let me know which theme will be best for my website.
    Looking for your recommendations. Thank you



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    However, you must remember that changing the appearance of your live website is a major event. You need to keep certain things in mind before and after you change a theme, so you don’t lose any data and website traffic.

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    Before you do anything you should make a total backup so you can reset your website if shit happens.

    Does it follow WordPress theme standards?

    It might be good to check if your existing theme follows the guidelines from WordPress. If your new theme does it then there are good conditions for a change.

    Themes built around a plugin?

    If your website is highly connected to a plugin you have to check if the new theme will play well with that plugin.

    If you have lots of shortcodes in your theme (like in DIVI) then it will be more cumbersome. Then I think it might be better to make an export of all content before changing the theme. So you can import it after the change. I haven’t done it myself, so I am not quite sure.

    Compare image sizes

    Check also the new theme for how well it corresponds to the old content. Don’t forget to check even for tablets and smartphones. Image sizes can be a problem. Modern themes are often based on bigger images, so that can be a challenge to get well optimized images. If the new and the old theme doesn’t fit well when it comes to image sizes, then it may be worthwhile to find a better match.

    A Genesis experience

    I was surprised once when I changed between two Genesis themes. After a backup I took the chance to just switch themes. It was funny to see how well everything adapted to the new look and feel. No problems arised. I could directly continue with editing content on that site with a new theme. A nice experience.

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    You can use service frieldy theme for your business website, you can see page here https://riseaesthetics.co/



    Divi is a powerful drag and drops WordPress theme and page builder that comes with hundreds of layouts and templates for different kinds of websites.

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