Picking a good WP theme or template

There’s many cool looking WordPress themes (templates) out there. One of the most important factors is whether your theme will be supported out into the future. A free theme author is likely to not have the resources to continue with security updates. This eventually leads to an outdated looking and hacked WordPress site. The premium […]

Woothemes Canvas online manual

http://docs.woothemes.com/document/canvas/

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Deactivated woocommerce plugin and wordpress admin backend gives white screen of death

When using other plugins that rely on woocommerce, it’s possible to deactivate woocommerce and instantly get a white screen on the wordpress admin side (backend). In my case I had Modern Tribe theeventscalendar The Events Calendar and The Events Calendar Pro and Woocommerce Tickets and Stripe and Paypal Pro for woocommerce enabled. One of those […]

Woothemes shortcodes Canvas and other woothemes frameworks

from: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/shortcodes/ Introduction ↑ Back to Top Included in the WooFramework are custom shortcodes that you can use in all our themes, except Storefront. Shortcodes work in posts, pages and widgets. For a comprehensive overview on WordPress shortcodes, check out the WordPress Codex. How to use Shortcodes ↑ Back to Top Shortcodes are added to […]

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Woothemes Canvas Tips

From: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/canvas/ Homepage overview ↑ Back to Top The Canvas homepage is completely customizable with layout controls in the theme option’s panel. The below screenshot gives you an overview of the general layout. Note: Canvas comes bundled with several page templates, any of which can be used as the homepage layout. Styling & Layout ↑ Back to […]

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Genesis Studiopress and woocommerce integration

This StudioPress official plugin allows Genesis to work with WooCommerce: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/genesis-connect-woocommerce/

WordPress Themes

Working with WordPress since 2007 as a pro, my advice: pick a theme that you can work on the backend too! If you want widgets only on certain pages, or a different header for each page, truse a theme that has a WordPress Frameworks on the backend. A pretty theme may not be easy to […]

Top 3 WordPress custom themes development systems or frameworks

When you customize WordPress pages and themes, it can be hard to remember what you’ve done a year or two later. That’s one reason why it’s good to use a WordPress development system or “Frameworks”. You don’t have to edit PHP, code like changing the functions.php to do things. Often you’ll find what you need […]