WordPress is compatible with many commercial or custom themes and plugins. Themes, also known as ‘skins’, are file collections that give websites their presentation and look, without tampering with their content or code. Themes can integrate CSSs, codes, template files and image files. However, this is based on a theme’s complexity.
Themes are designed to fulfill different functions; whereas some are developed for use in online stores and publications, others find usage in company pages, among other uses.
Plugins, on the other hand, give websites additional functionality. Rotating image galleries, tools for social sharing like ‘Share to Facebook’, and e-commerce-based payment systems are examples of plugins available in the market.
WordPress themes and plugins vary in quality and functionality. Unlike free versions, commercial plugins and themes provide support on a continuous basis. This is an essential element when it comes to WordPress