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Looking for topics, I always make sure that they are reactive, because nowadays more and more humans surf the Internet with portable equipment. WooCommerce is good because it works on WordPress and as many already know, most WordPress themes are appealing in use.
Actually, the stick topic I used in this tutorial was attractive. The only reason I actually chose to compile this listing was because the share issue was a little boring and would have chosen something a little more attractive. Furthermore, the design was not developed specifically for WooCommerce.
The following are topics developed specifically for WooCommerce. As I tried to add only appealing topics to the checklist, I had to make an exemption for the free ones because I don't want to raise the standard that high. When it comes to premium products, everyone uses an appealing look.
Free topics list: Kadence Themes presents this topic to us and provides virtue both as a free download and as a premium download. When you look at the review on this topic you will see how much it is loved and it is not really a big shock as it looks very good and fashionable.
For me I like the lay-out and the love of detail. Asterisks on the reviews have been set to correspond to the colour of the subject, there is also a "new" tag that fits. Shopping basket and option icons also look good. And I like that they have made the dropdown menu look more contemporary.
And the 1-pillar look also looks good and makes the shop look larger. As you may be asking yourself what the premium release has to offer (I know I did), you can find out more there. Therefore I am only with the second free topic and am already impressing what is free of charge available in these days. What is the first free topic?
I really like this one and I see that there are many others out there who approve of me because it has a very good review and has been quite often download. You can run the themes on the Helix-Framework and they offer some beautiful functions. There are 3 default colours for the theme: blues, golds and what looks like fur.
For me I like the best thing about it, but of course it will depend on the kind of shop you run. Besides the colour presettings, speed dial generator and other extra functions are also offered. There is a single-column layout on the homepage and two-sided layout on the pages with views of the products.
Overall, this topic looks quite astonishing and it has just increased the standard for the remainder of the topics on this listing. The design also includes more than 600 Google typefaces and allows you to adjust the type sizes for title, tagline, body text and more. With this function you can even fiddle around on the demonstration page.
It also includes a 1-column homepage page style. There are two columns on the categories and products pages. What I especially like is how the categories and filters widgets work. It' also easy and yet unusual and does not look easy if you consider the fundamental lay-out and the colours used.
WooCommerce has developed this topic. WooFramework is based on the WooFramework, which provides many useful functions such as uploading user-defined logo and favicon, choice of type and style, shortcuts for softwares, badges, context menus and more. This topic itself is very creatively and detailled.
Most of the demos indicate that the topic would work well for a jeweler's shop, but I can see these work well in other alcoves as well. If I had a craft shop, for example, I would probably use a subject like this. Your demonstration site uses a 1-column homepage and 2 colums for the listings and views pages.
Whilst this looks a little simple, there are some cute little details that make it look interesting. When I tested it in Firefox, I realised it was a mistake that caused it, because there is no shape in Firefox. Furthermore, the styling does not seem to use an appealing styling.
Concerning the page layouts, the homepage seems to use a two-column lay-out in the middle of the page. Category pages appear to use a two-column spacing and the products pane page seems to use a single-column spacing. This is another topic from WooThemes. It' s a straightforward piece of furniture, but it's not necessarily a nasty thing because it has some pretty little details that give it a little character.
Concerning the lay-out, it seems to use a single-column lay-out for the whole branch. Designers say the bottom line can accommodate up to 4 Widgets, so I estimate it was conceived because the main frame has only one crevice. Particularly convenient for those requiring large miniature views.
This is a great looking topic for a pastry chef, confectionery or other grocery outlet. What I like is the look on this page and the patterns used for the headers and footers. Overall, the colours mix well, because while the bulk of the subject is black, the brighter colours help not to make it look grim.
So, the topic is definitely beautiful, but it would be even better if the developer would fix the jQuery bug that triggers an alarm as shown in the picture below: Whilst I believe that the designers will take some time to take this up, I wanted to highlight this for those of you who plan to install this topic in a liveshop.
Concerning the lay-out, it uses a 1-column lay-out throughout the entire branch. WordPress.org offers this topic directly, so there was no demonstration I could use for the picture. Instead I have the design in my demonstration shop now. You can see that the topic uses lilac for the scroll bars, which would work well in certain recesses.
The first time I tried to set it up, it seemed broke, but that wasn't the case and I was able to make it look right by adjusting it in my administration area. As this topic is also on WordPress.org, I had to update it in my Demo-Shop. All in all the design is quite beautiful and was created with HTML5 and CSS3.
There are some neat customisation choices in the design because you can select the fonts and backgrounds for the symbols and button colours. Premium topics list: Whilst there are many beautiful free designs for WooCommerce, the choice is somewhat restricted. Naturally I can fully appreciate that, because designers have to earn cash and they usually publish the free themes in the hope of getting some attention.
Speaking for myself, I adore their hardwork and am thankful for their input and look forward to seeing more great topics like the above in the near term. For those of you who haven't found what you were looking for above, take a look at some of the premium themes I've also found.
This is great if you want to make a difference to the look of your shop seasonally or on certain days. It also features a draft and drope page-builder, a design where you can select between 880px and 1170px, optimised for advanced search, returnable, containing demonstration and more.
Concerning the extra's, the design uses HTML5 & CSS3, incorporates Google scraps, which is definitely useful, is optimised for quick load with CSS Sprite, incorporates a revolutionary slide control and more. There were two things that came to my head when I looked at Maya Shop... I said first, wow, what a beautiful subject and only later did I realize that most of my focus was on the real product and not on the subject itself.
Even if I look at the subject now, I can't help but direct my attentions to the real product. Very stylish and surprising enough, the monochrome colour doesn't make it look too darky, which is usual for deep motifs.
Regarding the extra options, the topic offers a stretch or wrapped lay-out, 300 Google typefaces + 20 Calfon typefaces, 8 slider, is optimised for slide shows and more. This is a topic that would look good in a fashion store or grocery store. By the way, it contains over 20 pre-built pages, 600+ Google scripts, an embedded wish list, and a quick page creator that lets you create your own pages from any mix of 40 items and more.
This is a bookshop topic that uses HTML5 and CSS3. A clear, firm and contemporary look. Printed wallpaper in the head area gives a pleasant note to the whole thing and fits really well in any bookshop. Regarding the feature set, I love the authors and bestsellers section and the sliders, but there are many more - Google scripts and shortcuts, to name a few.
Adams Brand will brighten up any place. Whilst this subject would be ideal for a jeweler, I can see it work well in a sunglasses business or any other kind of business that could use a refreshing look. For me, the colours give off this beautiful feeling of clearness.
Design features include an IOS slide bar, unusual animation, page builders and more. When you sell cosmetic products, I think that this topic is for you... I know that when I put together this checklist I was looking at some topics and I believe that this is the first of its kind I have come across.
Colours have been really well done and even when I look at them I have the feeling of being in front of a cosmetic bar in a shopping centre - I can even sense the scent... The look also conveys this feeling of solidity. This topic covers PSDs, a number of skin types, a page Builder, over 300 different video types and more.
Supports Google Map and Google Font Integrator, which lets you select and insert Google Font from here, fully overlaid superimposed text and more. This is a great topic that will certainly be a big success for websites that sell your favorite tunes or downloaded files. Overall looks really good and I'm looking for the backgrounds and colour combo.
I would probably get this topic if I sold my own soundtrack. Offers streaming videos in slide shows, unusual cartoons, different store variants, an IOS dragging & dropping slide show and more.