Our themes are made for the WordPress platform only. They include PHP, JS and CSS files.
Our programmers start the theme development process by creating our custom shortcodes, widgets, custom post types and functionalities which support them. This is done mostly using PHP and JS, while the CSS is used for styling and animation purposes.
After the theme files are done, our content creators start creating the pages using the WPBakery and/or Elementor Page Builder and Revolution Slider and/or Layer Slider plugins and the aforementioned custom shortcodes, widgets and custom post types the programmers supplied.
The pages are mostly created by drag and dropping elements (shortcodes and widgets), which makes them much easier for editing compared to pages built using a static HTML version, which depend entirely on code edits.
The drag and drop approach is much more user-friendly, especially for users with limited or no coding knowledge.
In conclusion, since our themes are made dynamically using the PHP and JS programming languages, in no step during the theme building process are any HTML pages or code being created, which is why we don’t have HTML versions of any of our themes.