With that said, its important that you make a decision and stick to it.
Changing frameworks on an established site is a big no-no.
However, Thesis incorporates the site’s title and description into the design so you don’t have to create an image for each new site as you do with Woo.
Rating: The flexibility of Thesis is where this theme out-classes every other theme on the market.
So what is it about Thesis that makes it so special?
We’ll take a look in our second installment of Word Press Theme Reviews.View Thesis pricing » View Genesis pricing » First, in the interest of full disclosure, I am a full-time web designer/developer who works exclusively with Word Press and almost exclusively with Thesis.I have worked a fair amount with Genesis, and have, for the most part, enjoyed the experience.While it certainly doesn’t hurt to have people like Darren Rowse (Twi Tip), Brian Clark (Copyblogger), Matt Cutts (Google egineer), and Chris Brogan using and promoting your theme.But, if you know anything about these bloggers (or myself for that matter) you kow they won’t promote a product that they don’t strongly believe in.There’s no denying that Woo Themes’ 36 different themes are a more diverse offering out of the box.Their image heavy designs are a stark contrast to Thesis’ sleek default design.I’m not going to give you a grade for each criteria or anything like that, but this type of thing has to have some structure, or I’ll end up writing a book.Thus, I’ve laid out a set of criteria that I think are crucial in determining which framework is best for you.The “out of the box” Thesis design is one of the most clean & crisp designs you’ll find.It’s minimalistic look and feel assures your content is always the center of attention.