Introducing Themler: The World’s First Visual Web Design Environment for WordPress

Following 3 years of development, Artisteer Ltd, a WYSIWYG website building solution provider, has launched a new product, called Themler.

Themler is built to produce responsive web designs for existing content management systems, including; WordPress, Joomla, Ebay’s Magento, Drupal and PrestaShop. The product also supports template design for e-commerce plug-ins like wooCommerce and VirtueMart that work with WordPress and Joomla.

Here's an introductory video to give you a taste of what Themler can do.

Integrated Web Design, 4,000 Templates & 200,000 Stock Images

Themler claims to be the first and only web design product that supports a variety of content management systems at once, as well as allowing developers to produce themes and templates they can own and sell to third parties.

Strikingly

At the same time Themler is simple enough to be installed by any WordPress, Joomla and Magento users, and used to customize their website while previewing the design changes with their live content. With these unique capabilities, Themler is the world’s first integrated visual web design environment for content management systems.

Themler also comes with access to a library of 4,000 web templates for WordPress, Joomla, Magento, Drupal and other CMS and e-commerce systems.

Furthermore, Themler boasts an extensive library of 200,000 modern stock photos and graphics, which Themler users can use in their designs.

For enhanced accessibility, Themler can be installed on a Windows desktop, or used in a web browser with any environment where WordPress, Joomla or Magento is installed.

Desktop versions for Mac and Linux are scheduled for release at a later date.

Easier & More Beautiful

A Themler beta user, who documented his experience on the Themler user forums, made the following comment:

“Magento themes are unbelievably difficult to make while Themler makes them easy to create and more beautiful than commercial Magento themes. Magento itself is not known as easy for theming.”

Themler is currently available at www.themler.com at prices starting from $49.

Mike Johnston
Mike is the founder and editor of CMS Critic. He consults with vendors and the public to help them find the right products for their websites and businesses. When he's not working here, he's off mixing cocktails for his wife's website, The Kitchen Magpie. You can check out some of his great cocktail shots over on Instagram.

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