Woothemes Canvas

The Woothemes Canvas

A canvas is an appealing WordPress theme. Our specialty is the creation of e-commerce themes with WooThemes Canvas. Our work includes the adaptation of the canvas theme and the development of the child theme.


It is the business page style sheet that contains a business slider and the regular page contents below. Below the slide bar, you can adjust the contents to be one colum (no sidebar), two colums (one sidebar) or three colums (two sidebars). It is also possible to deactivate the custom page style page header widgets. Please note that you can also deactivate the page header widgets specifically for this page style.

They can also view corporate identities, button, column layout, and collapsable contents areas.

The topics change

We have come to a tricky decision: As of today, we no longer sell screens. As WordPress continues to evolve, Canvas is no longer a good choice for website developers using newer WordPress releases - we don't want to suggest a topic that we don't believe will help you in the near term.

Continued to offer ongoing subscription and one year lifelong subscription coverage from today. We have developed a complete roadmap for all our future canvas-clients. We' re not just gonna drop the subject, we're gonna go that way with you. In February 2010 we released Canvas - one of the first topics we built with the WooFramework - and it became one of our most beloved.

At Canvas, we advanced topics by innovatively implementing the thematic framework approach and enabling clients to construct some stunning locations. Our recent work on the WordPress Editor and Customizer will further develop the way we design and use, and the Gutenberg plug-in will radically alter the way designs and contents are designed in WordPress.

Unfortunately, that doesn't involve a screen. In 2009, when I came to WooThemes, we had just started to create a new topic frameworks called "WooFramework" and started to develop topics beyond that. WooFramework, which was built at a point in history when the customizer didn't yet coexist and topic choices became more and more common, was a great benefit to Canvas.

It was a great idea back then. Over the years, however, we've been constantly introducing functionality to the topic, which has increased the complexities of the coding and finally made it harder for canvas to develop with moves like the Customizer and the Gutenberg Project. We have created two of Canvas 6's repetitions, one of which has made it to beta with a selected group of current Canvas clients.

Fortunately, this feed-back allowed us to see that we were building something the customer didn't want. It was our intent to continue working on the canvas and to find the best way for the canvas. We went back to the sketchboard and researched how we could align canvas with the customizer and smoothen the design activations and set-up.

In the course of this work we came to the conclusion that the heritage of the WooFramework, the Canvas themed options and the general complexities of the issue led Canvas to simply lag far behind similar issues in the eco-system. Our other flag ship topic, Storefront, which is based on the Underscores start topic, is also part of this and better adapts the topic for the coming years.

Adapting Canvas to the latest WordPress technology and functional interoperability - especially full customizer and editor interoperability - will require a full revision of the basic Canvas logics and how the topic works. Revising the subject wouldn't help our customers, but selling it again wasn't the right choice.

Updates: We have upgraded the lingo in this section to make it clear that Canvas is open-source, but we will not make the content public. It has always been available under the GPL for current canvas use. After we stopped reselling the topic, we chose not to make a public repository for the sources.

Although we were considering releasing the cancer codes to the public, we finally determined that life extension would not benefit the fellowship. It is in the best interest of our user and the communities to finally switch to another topic: WooFramework contains a large amount of soon obsolete source material (for backward incompatibility reasons), and the topic would need to be maintained regularly to keep the current coding standard.

Due to the variety of topic choices and the missing customizer feature, Canvas doesn't give away the latest WordPress standard. org - that's something we really appreciate. No more canvas sales, but we don't stop supporting and troubleshooting. And we will keep offering you the same kind of technical assistance that your topic has always had.

This means that you can still use the same canvas supporting channel that currently exists. In addition, you can still use all the available documentations for canvas. Help you migrate to a new topic with useful documents, complete with suggested topics. It is important to remember that you have enough free to make a choice on a new topic.

A major reason why we no longer sell canvas is that we have the feeling that it will not be in your best interest to use it in the near term because we know where WordPress will be in the not too far term. Mayvas will not stop working immediately - it just will not be able to handle the next generations of WordPress functions.

Practically, we believe that Storefront is the best substitute for Canvas, both for the developer and for any other construction site, without changing the coding of their work. Designers liked canvas for the expandability of the hook and filter, and Storefront has this and more. Numerous enhancements are available that offer similar functionalities to canvas.

And, above all, it is well placed to provide both Customizer (at the moment) and Gutenberg (in the future) services. We are proud of the fact that Canvas has long been a favorite option for agents and designers, but it is no longer the best way to secure your continued growth. We are here to help you find out what it looks like when you switch topics.

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