I woke up Thursday morning to the announcement of the new Smart Passive Income Child Theme for Genesis, I loved it. By noon that day our Do the Woo Podcast site was running on it.
This versatile and feature-rich theme will let you build just about any WordPress site without knowing code.
It’s hard to know what a homepage of a WordPress theme can do by just looking at the demo. Here is a quick video to give you a better idea of how a lot of the Genesis child themes have homepages built entirely by widgets.
When you set up your WordPress blog or website, or are considering changing your theme, you either pick a theme you’ve heard of and find out too late it’s the wrong one, or you spend so many hours staring at hundreds of themes that you get even more confused. In most cases, it’s not a simple solution.
In todays theme roundup we are looking at a dynamic drag and drop builder, a professional blogger theme and a flexible parallax theme.
In this review we are looking at the Solopreneur theme for WordPress, a responsive professional blogging theme with two high-converting landing pages that can highlight your products or focus on a call-to-action.
In today’s theme roundup, we look at some very versatile themes that allow you customizations without knowing code.
In today’s show I talk about the five things I have learned using WooCommerce, while sharing some stories on poorly timed popups, disasters with WooCommerce and themes, and a bit of food for thought on choosing your host for your online store.
Choosing a WordPress theme can seem like an overwhelming task. With thousands of them out there, it’s easy to get lost in the maze of choices and options. Here are nine quick tips.
In this video overview I show you what you can do easily when setting up this theme and also share with you how we used it for our own site, DotheWooPodcast.com.