Here we have put together a fine collection of some of the best and most useful HTML5 WordPress frameworks that you can use for free. The importance of HTML5 in the field of web development and designing can never be neglected. Many theme users are now looking for such capabilities in their themes as well and for them such WordPress frameworks will come handy.
So here is the complete list after the jump. We hope that you will like this collection and find these frameworks useful for you. All these HTML5 WordPress frameworks are so good and contain all the necessary libraries, shortcodes, elements etc that you may need to create an amazing and stunning theme or template. Here is the list, enjoy!
Upgrade WordPress to HTML5! Download and install TwentyTen Five, or use it as a framework for your own HTML5 themes. It’s FREE!
Add the best development tools to WordPress & build better sites even faster.
Whiteboard Framework has been helping WordPress developers cut back on their development time and improve their WordPress powered websites since 2008.
Reverie Framework is an extremely versatile HTML5 WordPress framework based on ZURB’s Foundation, a powerful tool for building prototypes on any kind of devices.
An HTML5, Mobile-First starter theme for rapid WordPress developement.
The PressWork Toolbox lets you style any theme in a live preview environment without any code, drag & drop to set your layout in seconds, add Google fonts, and much more.
A powerful, lightweight theme options framework.
Carrington is a CMS theme platform for WordPress that makes it easy to create unique looks for different categories, post types and comments just by creating custom templates.
A great starting point for quickly creating WordPress Themes using HTML5.
Use Headway to build any layout you can think of, customize any page, add colors, fonts, and more;all with the power of the Headway Visual Editor.
A clean & powerful blog framework for WordPress packed with options for customizable layouts, typography, navigation, widgets, page templates and more.
A simple set of HTML5 and CSS best practices to get your HTML5 project off on the right foot.