WooCommerce Support

Create a beautiful WordPress shop with our themes

Mar
10
WooCommerce Support

Today we have some good news for everyone working with the WooCommerce shop plugin. All WordPress themes built on Warp 7 have been updated to include complete styling for your shop. That's not just a handful of themes - the recent 21 themes have received this update and all new themes will include support. Not only will the shop look nice now, it will also adapt to the style you're using in your theme.

WooCommerce is the most popular eCommerce plugin for WordPress. It’s available for free from the official WooThemes website or from the WordPress plugin directory.

To get started, just install and activate the WooCommerce plugin. If your theme is up to date, you're ready to go. Please note that our demo packages now include all required styles, but you will still have to install the WooCommerce plugin itself.

Theme Demos

We have updated our online demos to include a sample shop. Check out the different looks you will get out of the box on our demo server!

Salt Theme
Venice Theme
Aurora Theme
Stage Theme
Peak Theme
Katana Theme
Organic Theme
Unity Theme
Eat Theme
Nite Theme
Everest Theme
Digit Theme
Frequency Theme
Avenue Theme
Vida Theme

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With WooCommerce and any of the Warp 7 themes from YOOtheme you will have a beautiful shop up and running in no time. Go and give it a try!

By Olivia | | Posted in Themes, Warp

Comments (39)

  • akcreation

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    this is really great news.
    Are there any plans to do the same for the joomla templates with a joomla shopping solution? Before people suggest using zoocart or anything else, I am talking about having a shop page on the joomla templates which has a pre-setup page with products on that is using a joomla based shopping cart, like Mijoshop for example (this would be my own personal choice), already built in.
    Zoocart would of course be great too if it was built in, I just mean that I don't want people just suggesting 'use zoocart' as I already know it exists, I would just like to see the same options for joomla templates as yootheme have made for wordpress templates.
    Thanks guys :)
    • informasistemi

      informasistemi

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      I agree !!!
    • claes.norin

      claes.norin

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      If you use Virtuemart there is VMuikit http://vmuikit.com/ .. WooCommerce is fine for smaller shops but for serious work with advanced connection to ERP systems etc I would go Magento or Virtuemart directly.
    • paulgreene

      paulgreene

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      Please, don't forget about Zoo..... I agree.
    • medioscorp

      medioscorp

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      Virtuemart will be great to have!!!
    • michael.cheng

      michael.cheng

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      have you tried eShop for joomla? I used it with a yootheme template and it looks great
  • alistair.brown

    alistair.brown

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    @akcreation totally agree. Mijoshop would be my cart of choice
  • jgowans

    jgowans

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    Yeah, I sort of have to agree. It's probably a logical move because of Woo's popularity (which I don't really get), but there are some great shops for Joomla that I think could use Yoor touch as well... Mijoshop, Hikashop to name two.
    • claes.norin

      claes.norin

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      You guys should really give Virtuemart 3.0.x series a go. There have been alot of improvements to code and features. Check out VMuikit http://vmuikit.com/ for a good way to sync Joomla + Virtuemart 3 + Yootheme / UIkit.

      I know the hassle there was with Virtuemart when 2.0.0 arrived and was completely unusable. But things is quite different now with the 2.6 and later versions.

      The extensions available for Virtuemart is also very good...
      • jan.ottar.olufsen.80

        jan.ottar.olufsen.80

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        I´ve been using VirtueMart for a large webshop, and I found my way around the problems that emerged. The support at VM is almost not existing and the back end is not very intuitive. I will try something else next time. :)
        • claes.norin

          claes.norin

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          Yes there has been a lot of problems in some of ther version osv Virtuemart.

          I would recommend you give the latest 3.0.6.4 a try though. Its quite stable and has all features compared to serious competitor like Magento and Prestashop.

          Its also pretty easy to connect to an ERP system of any sort (many integration is already here). This is where WooCommerce really lacks.

          Also check out http://www.posforwebshops.com/ for a very interesting in store / stock product for Virtuemart
  • robbert

    robbert

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    Thanks guys for the WooCommerce support!

    WooCommerce is simply the best choice for an WordPress-based e-commerce website in most cases. Also, it's by far the most used one.

    With Joomla it's different. Lot's of people use Virtuemart or Mijoshop, some use JooCommerce, RedCart, etc, etc. Lot's of different e-commerce solutions and they're all quite good. YOOtheme can't support them all, of course. :-)

    Right now I like VMuikit.com's solution: UIkit styling for Virtuemart + Joomla. Great product and really affordable.
    • akcreation

      akcreation

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      Hi Robbert - I totally agree, you are correct that there are quite a few e-commerce solutions available for Joomla.
      However rather than that being a reason to not do anything for joomla, I would suggest instead asking the opinion of yootheme joomla template users. Simply to say yootheme can't support them all isn't a fair reason to leave me feeling like I am getting less for my money than wordpress users are getting (when they pay the same cost as for a joomla subscription).
      Also, whilst I totally respect your opinion, and this is only my opinion - VirtueMart for me is a terrible shopping cart. I'm pretty much sure if it wasn't the oldest cart then its user base would be very small (unless it has improved massively in the last year).
      VMuikit.com have done a great job with their integration for VM and uikit, but the market is also crying out for better template support for what (in my opinion) are much better solutions, like MijoShop, HikaShop, JooCommerce etc.
      Having uikit support with these would be simply awesome.
      • robbert

        robbert

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        Thanks for your reply!

        I totally agree with you that Virtuemart is not really good, haha. The features are OK, but the UI of Virtuemart's backend is just terrible. (Front-end too, but VMuikit makes that a lot better.)

        I never really created a large e-commerce website using Joomla, so I have NO idea what's the best e-commerce solution right know for Joomla. Why do you prefer Mijoshop? :)

        Asking the YOOtheme community what they would like to see for Joomla could be a great idea - would be very interesting to see the results of that survey. :)
        • triangle

          triangle

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          I have only used Mijoshop, and have had no issues with it yet. The styling seems to take on some elements of my theme, such as the button style and font families. Maybe I don't understand how much more styling it could acquire..
          • robbert

            robbert

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            Well, I think styling goes a bit further than just buttons / text:
            > The category / product grid should use UIkit's grid so it matches with the rest of the grid
            > The images should use UIkit's modal box when clicked
            > UIkit Slideshow on the product detail page
            > Checkout should use UIkit's forms and grid as well

            Thanks for the feedback on Mijoshop! Will definitely try it next time!
        • claes.norin

          claes.norin

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          Even the backend has gone through a lot of improvments. And then there is so many extensions to Virtuemart. Check out http://www.linelabox.com/joomla-modules/virtuemart-extensions/virtuemart-3-admin-template-adminlab-detail#.VaVD4_lKX-s .. Its a complete overhaul of the VM backend to be much nicer etc. There is really so many options with Virtuemart if you look around to get what you looking for.
          • robbert

            robbert

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            That's pretty cool - looks much better! :)
  • eduardo.guimaraes

    eduardo.guimaraes

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    AWESOME
  • queburrera

    queburrera

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    Yootheme good job done for your WP clients. Now, for most of us that we use Joomla (90%?) please go ahead and buy Zoolanders' company and please show everyone that there is no better product out there than Zoo/Zoolanders combo. Everyone will be happy, and everyone will end up using a superior virtual store and we will NOT have to contact 2 separate companies, 2 separate customer supports, 2 different problems . . . you get it? ;-)
  • kennst

    kennst

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    It would be great If J2Store style would be included for Joomla Templates.

    Virtuemart is old and out of the game. J2Store is new and intuitive
    • willard

      willard

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      Agreed. I was using VM and vmuikit in J2.5, but switched to k2store after upgrading and it works great and is easy.
    • schmallegger

      schmallegger

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      i agree that J2store is good.. but VM has much more capabilities. So it depends on the project if you use VM, J2Store, Hika.. or.. in my last project i even had to move away from Joomla and use Magento.
  • adamo

    adamo

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    virtuemart released an update to joomla 3.. i didn't test it.. just sayin :)
  • marc.labro

    marc.labro

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    hallo,
    it seems a good new but can you make small video tutos explaining how to start with a theme and some simple articles to sell ?

    best regards
    marc
  • lumiga

    lumiga

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    I hope that Yootheme will build a style for Hikashop in the near future ;-)
  • arthur.rosa

    arthur.rosa

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    I am using this already. Great shot, Yooguys!
    Check my e-commerce out: https://arthurrosa.com/loja/
  • raymond.johansen

    raymond.johansen

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    Is it possible with a paid member ship solution on any of the webshop or photogallery themes on either wordpress or Joomla? I want to make a stock photo site where u can download as much as you want as long as you have a paid membership.
  • dan.milligan

    dan.milligan

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    So are Joomla based developers left to fend for themselves as others have suggested? Are WP developers getting more bang for their buck than Joomla developers? Why? I simply want something that will take advantage of the Zoo Catalog I already pay for and will allow my registered members of my site to select product and add it to a cart. I'd like to think this is a simple solution that could be included with our subscription fee. And, if I want something more elegant (which I don't need) then I can head in another direction. Most of the "Shops" extension require me dumping my catalog if I want "integrate' their shop in my YooTheme template. The prime reason I signed up here at YooTheme was because the original theme I looked at (Cloud) years ago suited my needs for my site if used with the Zoo apps. I now know I could get the blog extension elsewhere and apparently I can't run a shop (like YT WP subscribers) without a hassle or without having to lock into the Zoolanders option... dunno... it seems this should be a no-brainer! I see single solution with the Woo Commerce WP demo using my new Peak theme... so this isn't possible with Joomla? I'm confused!
    • softforge

      softforge

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      You can use core content in J2Store and they are adding the following content types as well.
      Integration for K2, SeBold, Zoo, FlexiContent content construction kits
      I used to use VM and have also used mijoshop and hikashop but I like the use of core content so I can use uikit or widgetkit to present the items that are in the shop. With Zoo added as well it will be very easy to convert a site showing content into a shop selling content.
      There support seems hot as well, the few things I have posted on their forum have been addressed in minutes and they have been happy to corrispond and this was before I bought the product, same support continued after as well.
      • dan.milligan

        dan.milligan

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        Thanks softforge. I'm not familiar with the J2Store setup but will take a look. Does this mean I can continue with my zoo product catalog as it is set up and ithen ntegrate the core component easily into it... Without a lot of coding?
        • softforge

          softforge

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          Yes. I am not using zoo content but joomla which their latest j2store 3 handles well. But the guys at j2store just noticed my post and have offered the beta of the zoo plugin for me to try.
          I run the london Joomla User Group so often trying lots of stuff out so we can do reports on what works and what doesn't.

          I will say yes and plug it into the demo content of a zoo demo download and let you know how well it works in a few days
          • dan.milligan

            dan.milligan

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            Excellent. And much appreciated. I've just spent the last little bit going through their site but can't find reference to the zoo plugin anywhere so I suspected it might be beta. Have also sent them an enquiry. My live site is an old site using Joomla 2.x and the old Cloud Theme. I'm just developing my new site offline on a localhost with Joomla 3.x and the newer Peak theme. So far all is well, after a few initial hiccups, but I'm hoping to have a shop integration with my product catalog in place when I take it live. I'm looking forward to your comments on the plugin. My needs are not great as essentially I would like a simple Cart option, where I get notified of a pending order, then can send an invoice once I confirm product availability and shipping price. Payment options would probably be PayPal but I'm hoping there is a Square Register option available soon too.
          • akcreation

            akcreation

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            Thanks for this softforge - can you let us know how you got on? I have not used J2store but will be interested to know this.
            Best Regards,
            Keith
          • dan.milligan

            dan.milligan

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            ditto...
            softforge? any updates on J2Store functionality?
            I've been looking at both that and ZOOCart as options but haven't had the time to dive into either one. If you are familiar with both do you have any preferences?
  • sofia.olsson

    sofia.olsson

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    Do you have some e-commerce to your Joomla themes?

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