The Canvas Theme by WooThemes is one of the most powerful, flexible and popular premium WordPress themes available. Now with three pre-built child themes (Uno v1.0.4, Duo v1.2.1, and Fashionable v1.1.1) as an option for an additional $30 (regularly $39 each).
With the Canvas Theme, you can customize any part of the design, layout and typography. Whether you’re an experienced theme designer, or just starting out, the Canvas Theme provides limitless extensibility. You can use the point and click interface to customize the Canvas Theme, or you can dig deeper and roll a child theme and tap into its powerful array of hooks (actions and filters).
Responsive Design with Layout Controls
The latest version of Canvas is responsive! This means it uses CSS media queries to respond appropriately for different screen sizes. It looks as great in mobile browsers as in large cinema displays!
Complete Control Over Style and Typography + Google Fonts
With a point and click interface you can control everything from the menu heights, colors, gradients to the typography used throughout the site. Support for Google Fonts means you have access to the incredible growing list of awesome fonts available for free!
A very slick new mobile menu ships since the 5.2 version of Canvas.
Full Width Layout
An optional full-width layout to showcase in high res.
Complete Support for WooCommerce
Built by the same folks that support WooCommerce, the Canvas Theme is about as native as you can get with e-commerce functionality. Just install WooCommerce and you’re ready to start selling.
Portfolio, Magazine & Business Templates
Page Templates for any page layout and function you can think of.
To view all the features of the Canvas Theme, visit the official WooThemes Canvas Page.
I’ve personally used Canvas for a number of client projects and I highly recommend it for anyone starting out with WordPress. It’s a great tool if you’re just starting out because it shows just how flexible WordPress can be, whether you’re building a business site with e-commerce functionality, a magazine, portfolio, or even a blog. I’ve used Canvas in pretty much all of the above with excellent results.