WordPress Themes and Plugins building Open-Source projects is our passion!

Meet the team behind the Shoestrap theme, the Kirki advanced customizer and the Elusive webfonts.

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Shoestrap Theme features

Meet Shoestrap, the most advanced WordPress theme based on Bootstrap

Ready to use

Install on your WordPress site and start using it immediately!

Multiple variations

Control everything on your theme, from background colors and images to layouts and everything in between.

Organic SEO

Build with best practices and SEO in mind, you won't have to worry about SEO-Optimazation. Promote your content the right way.

Built with {less}

The single stylesheet is a result of settings,calculations and of course compiling of LESS files. You can even append your own LESS snippets to the process from theme options!

Amazing support

Get support from our community forums and the dedicated documentation site for developers.

Responsive design

Shoestrap is responsive and mobile-friendly so your site will always look good, no matter the device your clients are using.


Developers can build and extend the SHoestrap theme with their own child themes and plugins. Take a look at our own extensions on our site.

Open & Free

Completely open-source and GPL. More than 140 people have already commited to the Shoestrap theme on our github repository.

Kirki advanced theme customizer

Tired of all the bloated options frameworks? You can use the WordPress Customizer instead, and extend it using Kirki!

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The Team

Meet the wpmu.io team.


Aristeides Stathopoulos

Lead Developer, Founder


Dimitris Kalliris

Lead Developer, Co-Founder


Shane Holloman

Project Manager


Brian C. Welch



Dovy Paukstys



Gabriel Duncan


Recent Blog Posts

Re-thinking the Shoestrap Theme

17 May 2014

When we set out to create the Shoestrap theme 2 years ago, we wanted to build a theme that would allow anyone to build a great, unique site without being a developer. A theme that would be simple enough to operate by anyone, but would still appeal to developers because of its great extensibility.

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