This is my ongoing lists of WooCommerce friendly themes that are built to help you find an out-of-the-box theme for you online shop. All themes are based on certain criteria of my own and are personal recommendations.
I am all for niche themes, themes that are built for specific industries or businesses. Sure, one can use almost any theme for any kind of business, but having it customized to your specific needs just makes life easier. And that is where the ROSA theme comes into play.
For many who have just started WordPress or are learning it, but customizer can be a bit confusing. In this post I will give you some clarification of what it does and what to expect in the future.
Shopisle is a free WordPress theme that integrates with WooCommerce seamlessly and has quite a few features to create an online store.
In this video tutorial you will learn how to change your homepage from a blog to a static page in just a few steps.
This Sonsa theme is a simple and clean image centric theme that works great creative types for blogs and portfolios. It also has an option to be used for restaurant sites.
In this post learn how to add a theme you choose to your WordPress site. You will also understand why it’s not needed to keep a bunch of WordPress themes in your dashboard.
If you are looking for a free WordPress theme with parallax features plus a robust homepage for your business, check out the Parallax One theme from Themeisle.
In this review, we look at the Baton Pro theme, which brings easy customization for WordPress users to a new level.
The 18 tags theme is a new free theme that let’s you customize the elements of your site without knowing code.