WordPress is an elegant, well-architected personal publishing system. WordPress is built on PHP and MySQL and licensed under GPLv2. Over 41% of all sites across the web are powered by WordPress, making it the most popular website creator in the world. In WordPress theme development, a template defines part of a web page generated by a WordPress theme. Their default content editor includes an introductory blog post template for quick and efficient content publishing.

Contact details

• If you have a paid plan, use the “contact support” form.
• Live chat support is for the annual premium, business, and ecommerce plans.
• If you don’t have a paid plan, post your questions in our community forums your comment is being marked as spam, contact their Akismet team.
• If you have a self-hosted word press .org site, use the forum.
• If you need help with the jetpack plugin, contact jetpack support.
• If you are looking for support with the REST API, refer to the developer documentation.

How to Cancel Template-Word press

Using the WordPress dashboard
1. Log in to your WordPress dashboard.
2. Go to appearance>>Themes.
3. Click the activated theme to see its details and click on the delete button on the right corner of the popup screen.

Using file manager
1. Log into your domain control panel.
2. Go to file manager.
3. Locate the directory where your WordPress site is installed.
4. Locate the /wp-content /themes directory folder.
5. Right-click and delete the theme you want to remove.

Using WP-CLI
1. Access your site via the command line using WP-CLI.
2. Type the following: $ wp theme list.
3. You will get a list of all the inactive themes, which are safe to delete.
4. To delete the theme, type the following: $ wp theme delete twenty seventeen.
5. A message telling you the theme has been deleted will appear.

Alternatives to WordPress template

  • Wix
  • Webnode
  • SITE 123
  • Webflo