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  1. Andrew Vincent
    Andrew Vincent January 24, 2017 at 04:59 | | Reply

    BBE Builder.

    Bootstrap to the core and has drag/drop builder. Earlier versions allowed you to code up your own components in HTML/CSS (similar to Unyson) for instant access in the builder but later versions seem to have stopped this.

  2. Anh Tran
    Anh Tran February 5, 2017 at 02:40 | | Reply

    I think some items on the list are not true theme framework such as Avada, Divi or Beaver Builder. They’re already a completed products and target to end-users.

  3. Roni Laukkarinen
    Roni Laukkarinen May 16, 2017 at 02:39 | | Reply

    Your should also try Air which is lightweight and based on _s: https://github.com/digitoimistodude/air

  4. xtianmark
    xtianmark November 13, 2017 at 02:43 | | Reply

    Please also try WP Bootstrap Starter http://wordpress.org/themes/wp-bootstrap-starter/

  5. Jason
    Jason November 20, 2017 at 13:08 | | Reply

    You should also check out Jump Start. As far as the theme framework concept goes, it has a unique feature called “theme bases” that allows the developer to pick how much they want to do through end-user options and how much through child theme customization. Since most website builders out there fall somewhere in the wide spectrum of developer noobie to developer pro, this gives a cool way to build knowledge and ease your way into full-blown child theme code customization over time. http://wpjumpstart.com

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