Finally, with the best Word Press frameworks, you can also find additional tools and plugins built specifically for use with that framework.
Usually, they add new capabilities and features to your site.
Another benefit is that using a framework can make switching themes easier.
If you stay with the same framework but decide you want to try a different child theme, the migration can often be a lot easier.
Before committing to a framework, be sure to check what is covered by support and if comes with an extra cost as some frameworks can be free but require a payment for access to their support.
Using a framework can significantly reduce the development time and make switching themes easier, as well as eliminate the risk of losing all your styling and code changes when theme updates are pushed out.
For those of you looking to start or modify a simple blog, it’s best to go with a premium Word Press theme.
If you need a powerful framework for a big website, then a framework is a wise decision.
(FYI we use a customized version of the Altitude Pro child theme).
One benefit of using a framework is the aforementioned ease of updates.