YOOtheme Pro

Taking website creation to the next level

Sep
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YOOtheme Pro

We are thrilled to announce YOOtheme Pro – our next generation of themes. On October 10, we are going to launch a completely new, groundbreaking website builder that will revolutionize the way you work.

So far, we've been working on the new website builder about for 8 months. We took into account all the feedback you gave us in the Warp 8 wish list thread in our support center. Right now, we are working full blast on getting everything ready. This huge undertaking requires our entire workforce. So first of all, we'd like to thank you for the support we have received after our blog post on Luna theme. The overall reactions have been very positive despite the fact that we will have to skip one month's theme release. But we are convinced that you will not be disappointed.

Today we're going give you a short introduction of the four major features coming with this new era of YOOtheme Pro themes.

Native

Due to the evolution of the Warp framework and its structure it can be hard for beginners to get started. Most people are used to Joomla or WordPress, so that the environment of Warp feels completely new and has to be learned first. For some, the learning curve can be a bit discouraging. With the new framework, Joomla and WordPress users will feel right at home.

1-Click Updates

A very demanded feature is the implementation of 1-click updates. Due to the architecture of Warp this is currently not possible without overwriting some customizations and settings that you may have made within the theme. Also, you can’t really customize every aspect of a theme (though it is pretty close). Our new framework will be 100% customizable and support native 1-click updates for Joomla and WordPress.

Website Builder

The Warp customizer was a great start to modify your theme's look without having to write CSS. But now we take it even further with our new, revolutionary website builder which is the heart of your website administration. It allows you to manage theme settings, customize the style, layout your pages and also to manage modules and menus. The built-in real-time preview stops you from bothering your browser's refresh button.

Page Builder

Creating content for your website can be a tedious task and coding all the markup takes a lot of time. This is going to change with our new page builder. It lets you create pages instantly without having to code. You can start with predefined layouts and customize them to your needs with simple drag and drop. This will be a huge time saver and allows you to create an entire website within hours. And the best part is, you will have perfect markup which can be updated with the theme.

What about Warp and Widgetkit?

The Warp theme framework was introduced 7 years ago, in summer 2009. Since then, every major release was a natural evolution coming with new features and improvements.

This time it’s different. Our YOOtheme Pro website builder and its themes are based on a completely new framework, which also integrates the features of Widgetkit 2. Therefore it is the successor of both, Warp and Widgetkit. It will be based on UIkit 3, whose release we just announced this week.

Unfortunately, this means that it will be impossible to upgrade older themes to the new system. Don't worry, there is absolutely no need to upgrade your already running website. Warp 7 theme support is not going to end any time soon.

What’s next?

Here is a short list to sum the four major features up:

  • For Joomla and WordPress developers it will be very easy to get started
  • Themes will be 100% customizable and support native 1-click updates
  • The website builder is the all-in-one tool to create your website
  • The page builder lets you create content pages within minutes

Until the release on October 10, we will continue to publish blog posts containing further details on these four major features. We are really excited about our new YOOtheme Pro themes and hope you are too! Stay tuned...

Related Posts

Here is a short list of all related posts about YOOtheme Pro:
Release
Page Builder
Website Builder
1-Click Updates
Native Structure
Announcement

By Sascha | | Posted in Pro

Comments (157)

  • mharst

    mharst

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    *Very excited.....*
  • inntec.seteca

    inntec.seteca

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    Excited ! waiting for the release
  • msreyes

    msreyes

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    This sounds like fun!
  • benjamin.lindgreen

    benjamin.lindgreen

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    Does this mean that this won't include support for pagekit?
    • sascha

      sascha

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      No, YOOtheme Pro will be available for Pagekit! But we will add support one after another: Joomla first, then Wordpress, then Pagekit.
      • coreyallen

        coreyallen

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        How long will we WordPress users need to wait for the WP version?
        • ozelot

          ozelot

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          Yes, Info would be fine.
        • sascha

          sascha

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          Maybe we will have it ready on 10 October. If not, one or two weeks.
  • quichot

    quichot

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    does native mean, an entirely autonomous framework and no support for joomla and wordpress anymore?
    • viktor.horst.17

      viktor.horst.17

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      It is for Joomla and Wordpress
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Native means if you know Joomla or WordPress themes you will feel right at home and don't have to learn a new framework.
  • joshgilson

    joshgilson

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    I'm very excited of the possibilities and changes coming from YooTheme Pro and can't wait to start using it! Keep up the good work yooguys!
  • michele.jordan

    michele.jordan

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    This sounds like a very welcome progression of templates, and addresses so many of my wishlist items for YooThemes!
  • mouchachnuk

    mouchachnuk

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    Sounds great
  • markprintergto

    markprintergto

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    Will the new page builder be similar to Zoo using xml file to devise positions and types for layouts
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Much better :-D
      • markprintergto

        markprintergto

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        How can you get much better than zoo cant wait to see this
  • cabinetstore

    cabinetstore

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    满怀期待...
  • brucevalle

    brucevalle

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    Its a Great News. Thanks Yootheme Team!
  • oldenglish415

    oldenglish415

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    So no theme this month or do we need to wait until the 10th of october?
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Yes, here is the post if you missed it https://yootheme.com/blog/2016/08/01/luna-theme#next
      • johann.weger

        johann.weger

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        I think he means for September. Will there be one today?
      • oldenglish415

        oldenglish415

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        Ok thanks for the rely, I have been using Yootheme for almost 6 years. Love your work, one thing I would love to see in your new framework/themes is an easy way to change the breakpoints of just the nav/menu so you can enable the off canvas menu on a wider screen resolution. Sometimes the menu items are more than the ones that are used in the Theme example and break the menu so I spend so much time messing with this and the best solution (but always a night mare to do) is make it so the mobile nav shows up at about 100px. Works great when I can get it to work but always a struggle. If you use the break points in your customizer it changes all breakpoints, the ability to change break points on just the nav would be huge!!!!!

        No worries on the skipped theme. Keep up the good work!!
  • rick.stoffiere

    rick.stoffiere

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    Awesome news, and I cannot wait! I have a very high level of trust in YooTheme products over many years, and I am sure this will be incredible!!!
  • natalie.brown

    natalie.brown

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    Will the pricing structure be the same or different as it is now?
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Will be the same
      • natalie.brown

        natalie.brown

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        Fantastic. Very, very excited about this release!!!! Thanks for all your hard work!
  • adamo

    adamo

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    sounds great.. cant wait to see it :) thx yootheme team
  • andre.dreier

    andre.dreier

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    we have a developer licence since 5 years or more, what will change for us?
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Nothing. You will get more awesome themes and working with them will get a lot easier thanks to the new website builder :-)
  • kennst

    kennst

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    Will it be possible for adding scripts in the header? And creating own layouts? Not just standard module positions?
  • kennst

    kennst

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    Is the new framework more compatible with social media? When sharing an article now. Images of the page is included, not the image in the article.
  • andre.dreier

    andre.dreier

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    i am a little bit sad that you don't present this on the joomla day in Leipzig.
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Me, too! We wanted to do that, but it's not ready yet...
  • kevin.morrison.1

    kevin.morrison.1

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    Excited and put off at the same time. It seems these last few years template developers have been doing everything in their power to undermine the core of Joomla and instead offering their own way to build sites on top of it. We shall see in 9 days I guess...
    • kevin.morrison.1

      kevin.morrison.1

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      Correction 1 month and a few days.
  • stephan.herby

    stephan.herby

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    It's sounds really awesome. I've been working with Yoo since 2008 and have never been disappointed yet. Looks like it will go on :¬p
  • tom.mcgarrigle

    tom.mcgarrigle

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    Really looking forward to this, I've been using yootheme for over 5 years now and I've never been disappointed, will there be greater control over the design of mega menus?
  • chris.gilroy

    chris.gilroy

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    What about Zoo? Specifically, creating content with Applications we make in Zoo for content instead of making content through the Website Builder. Or, is their native integration with Website Builder to create Zoo content as well?
    • john.de.lange.70

      john.de.lange.70

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      I really would like to hear about Zoo. I use Zoolanders and Widgetkit to improve Zoo, will that still work with new templates? or any major release at all?
  • keske

    keske

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    Great news, will there be a new Mastertemplate to build own templates like Yoo_master2?
    I really hope so
  • paulgreene

    paulgreene

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    Looking forward to something new. Bravo!!! Thanks
  • jgowans

    jgowans

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    I'm excited for Yoo guys, but also a little worried. I've used a ton of page builders and they're often bloated, rigid, and difficult to master for an average user. I've come to truly enjoy using UIKit in a simple editor. Fast, lightweight, and easy to control everything. I'm sure yoo'll produce something nice, but there's already a certain elegance to what you produce that I fear will be missed.
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Don't worry :-) The page builder will generate perfect, bloat-free markup (like Widgetkit 2) and is optional. You don't have to use it and you can still code everything by hand :-) But I doubt you will do that, after you tried it...
      • ray.lawlor

        ray.lawlor

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        I was just about to comment the same thing as jgowans...

        I'm excited about UIkit 3 and Yootheme Pro but not sure about a page builder. Especially since it seems to conflict wth ZOO.

        With ZooLanders talking about a new CCK and Yootheme developing a Website/Pagebuilder (not to mention PageKit!) it seems ZOO is way down the pecking order.

        I suppose I'm biased being a long time developer of ZOO products but I really feel it's the jewel in Joomla's crown - and actually probably the only reason I've stuck with Joomla in recent years.

        Having said all that, I'm sure Yooguys will do an amazing job with the website builder. Looking forward to seeing it. :)
        • yannis

          yannis

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          +1. No news about Zoo...at all..and i agree with Ray, it's the jewel in Joomla's crown..
        • sascha

          sascha

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          The page builder and ZOO will complement one another perfectly. With the page builder you built individual pages. With ZOO you built a catalog system. Be excited :-)
          • ray.lawlor

            ray.lawlor

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            I am! :)
          • yannis

            yannis

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            :) Cant wait! Thats what i wanted to hear that ZOO will long be left behind!
          • jj.spelman

            jj.spelman

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            Looking forward to it and all that it brings.
  • lucas

    lucas

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    I love Yootheme!!! :)
  • ralfie.maringka

    ralfie.maringka

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    Yes..Yes..Yes...
  • radevic.com

    radevic.com

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    what about all the time we spent to learn warp 5 now warp 7 and all the nice ways to override the system files of WP and joomla?

    i was using your themes for quite some time now and i put a lot of effort

    how lightweight will all this page builder be? every theme i have tried so far is too slow on shared hostings and when on vps you can see memory rising sky high once logged in and trying to edit the content

    it took me 6 months to properly learn how to use the first warp, then you changed it to warp 7 that had it s learning curve with all the new backend changes, will widgetkit stay the same at least?

    we had a way to work on joomla and wordpress the same way you were a common link between the 2 cms and a nice working environment

    i hope you have taken into consideration the devs around the world

    but whatever you did so far it s amazing uikit, pagekit, widgetkit, warp so we just have to sit and wait
    • sascha

      sascha

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      The new stuff is made for you :-) It is really easy to get started. Don't worry about the page builder. It's super lightweight and fast. And it's also optional, you can still code everything by hand if you like...
      • radevic.com

        radevic.com

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        Nice! i guess we have to wait and see :)
  • erweetiran

    erweetiran

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    This is great but that is expected when you are a business... I assume that your customers will get a month free on their membership accounts while you are sorting out your business. Very happy about the news but when you have paying customers you can't expect them the pay while you improve your business profile right?
    • ray.lawlor

      ray.lawlor

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      I wouldn't agree that YooTheme are "improving their business profile" rather they are developing better products for their paying customers.
  • eyal.nir

    eyal.nir

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    Very exciting...Can't wait
    Will the support for "RTL" languages out of the box still continue?
  • maromi

    maromi

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    The first will be a Nano 4?
  • andrea.pozar.81

    andrea.pozar.81

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    Linguage - WPML linguage plugin support?
  • keske

    keske

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    I am wondering: is it still possible with Yootheme Pro to make your own template from scratch like with the Master templates?
    Thanks a lot!
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Yes, of course.
      • keske

        keske

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        That's amazing Sacha, I can't wait. Thanks a lot
      • hurikane.media

        hurikane.media

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        The concept for me has always been, to be able to make templates that can be sold anywhere (envato mostly) using warp framework, is it possible with the pro coming soon??
  • akimov

    akimov

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    whether the new version of the zoo? whether Yootheme Pro is compatible with the zoo as it is now with Widgetkit?
  • robert.hackford

    robert.hackford

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    Looking forward to this :)
  • tory.baker

    tory.baker

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    As I watched more and more the last couple years as you developed YT...my initial reaction was this company is headed the way of Webflow type designs...it has to. Plus there is more money there and less hassles from clients and the 10 thousand questions about how to change something. Am I right?
  • accademia.domani.sas.di.fabio.rebecchi

    accademia.domani.sas.di.fabio.rebecchi

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    well...but where is the theme of september?
  • sarah.mansour

    sarah.mansour

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    Does that mean all current members will get to automatically upgrade to the new pro version??
    • sascha

      sascha

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      If you have a YOOtheme subscrition you will get YOOtheme Pro.
      • greg.van

        greg.van

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        How can we download it? I see the release has been announced but no place to download it. It ask to Buy Now but I already have active subscription.
  • thomas.rabenstein

    thomas.rabenstein

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    I have been using YooThemes always to generate a good looking website without the hassle to be forced spending time and hours for coding or re-writing html stuff. I am not a page developer but an author. I want to concentrate on the website content, not on styles, CSS, etc. From all I read, it seems the Pro Themes are a step into the right direction from my perspective. If it will turn out to be that easy and efficient to use the new site-builder, I am willing to stop my work on the current site structure and wait till October to start over with a new look.
    One question: Concerning the build of the current Joomla site with the latest warp theme ... Does the change to the Pro Templates require to build everything new from the scratch?
  • majdy.massarweh

    majdy.massarweh

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    Any taste please!
  • jerzy

    jerzy

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    YOOtheme Pro sounds very exciting, recently I see like new wave where templates can be easily edited even from the front end. I would love to see something similar to DIVI 3.0 for wordpress but for us joomla users.

    Anyway, this is exciting news.
  • bulat.gazizov

    bulat.gazizov

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    Great news! I am as many of us are excited.
    I only have a little concern about WYSIWYG or the builder without coding. Will it still be possible to customize the markup?
  • projektoliver

    projektoliver

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    The Counter on the homepage starts every visit since Friday at 35h! Is the Counter only a Fake?
  • jeffry.reed

    jeffry.reed

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    Sounds like some big improvements. With regards to subscriptions, essentially we lost 40 days, will you extend memberships by the respective period?
    • sascha

      sascha

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      No, because you get YOOtheme Pro instead which is completely new and a really (really!) big improvement to look forward to.
      • jeffry.reed

        jeffry.reed

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        I am OK with it, YOOtheme rocks!
  • macpalm

    macpalm

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    This sounds very exciting. Respecting the fact Yootheme Pro is a new framework, will this mean current template users would need to do a complete site rebuild if they wish to move to a new theme?
  • karsten.schilling

    karsten.schilling

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    Will this update only be for future themes (starting in October 2016) or is this update also available for older themes? How far back will it go?
    • kevin.morrison.1

      kevin.morrison.1

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      As with all their framework updates nothing is backward compatible karsten. Really this is true with any template developer, and the only way an older template would be compatible is if there was enough outcry to have a new template with the same styles. YooTheme has done this from time to time, but dont hold your breath. Sounds like this Pro version is going to be a complete rewrite and none of us will be looking back anyway. I have been a subscriber since day one and they have yet to disappoint...;)
      • karsten.schilling

        karsten.schilling

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        Thanks Kevin. While I'm enthusiastic about the new framework, I wonder how long it will take until Yootheme offers a template that fits both my design needs and pleases me aesthetically. When I can't choose one from the old ones it may take some time until one template for me comes around. And investing time and work in the old framework (though with a nice template of the old ones then) with the new framework on the horizon would be a little bit demotivating.
  • frank.everards

    frank.everards

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    I am rooting for October 10th! :-)
  • bigfrontdoor

    bigfrontdoor

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    As a very long time YooTheme user I've found myself using competitor frameworks in reent times because they included page builder functionality.

    It's not for everyone, but for me it makes for rapid deployment which keeps costs down and keeps our clients happy.

    Excited to see what Pro will bring to the table!
  • kevin.cartmell

    kevin.cartmell

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    Groundhog Day - please guys lets see the template and framework
  • markus.gruber

    markus.gruber

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    Hopefully the support quality will be raised to "PRO" level as well.

    And sorry, as a long as I've paid for a monthly theme release I really don't see any reason to skip the September's theme.
    • oldenglish415

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      I agree with your first statement. Please focus a little more on support, lots of times your support staff doesn't get to you ever or they say, hire someone to do that. So I usually don't even try. Just an FYI.
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Monthly theme releases are not part of our terms of service. They are just part of our own standards that we want to live up to. But this time you will get something much better than some themes. Our new website builder will change your life as a web designer.
  • charles99

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    I have not been following this, but today I received a email about the new pro builder... But can you tell me what happens to people subscription plans? The last thing I saw was Yootheme would not be releasing a theme because you would be releasing the framework this month. Now it being pushed to next month...

    So I do hope my time has been place on hold or I am not losing time as you get the new pro builder ready? Because the template you released last month and anything you release before the new Pro Builder Framework will be obsolete on day one!

    And upgrading in the past from wrap to wrap has been kinder a nightmare for some... SO I hope someone has put a little thought in this area when it comes to people subscription plans....
    • knaap

      knaap

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      Same here.
      I have a subscription but there will be no new updates until oktober...
    • sascha

      sascha

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      We skipped the September theme and you will get a YOOtheme Pro theme in October which is completely new and a really (really!) big improvement to look forward to.
  • jose.maria.villac.pinheiro

    jose.maria.villac.pinheiro

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    I use Nano with Joomla. If I upgrade, will I have too much work to change my website?
  • dazjazz

    dazjazz

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    This is exciting news... I'm guessing your PageBuilder will be similar in concept to Divi Builder by Elegant Themes or the Visual Composer Plugin for Wordpress? Or can you surpass this technology which has already been out for a couple of years? A weakness with the Divi and PageBuilder is that it stacks the page content with a lot of shortcode, which makes changing theme down the track very difficult.
  • viktor.fromm

    viktor.fromm

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    very interesting!
  • ccvortex

    ccvortex

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    Does "native" Yoo framework mean that third-party plugins and modules for Joomla will work as expected?
  • dominick.j.cassone

    dominick.j.cassone

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    I am always excited for new YOO stuff! We have been using your stuff for years.

    But, I may have missed this in the announcement or in the comments, but I did not read that the new YOOtheme Pro themes will work as native Joomla (or WordPress) themes.

    That is, will I still have a completely Joomla based site with all the other extensions that I like to use when I am using a YOOtheme Pro theme, or is YOOtheme Pro the enviornment now and not Joomla (or WordPress)?
    • sascha

      sascha

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      It's running on Joomla, WordPress and later Pagekit (like the current themes)
  • chrismichaelaoun

    chrismichaelaoun

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    Will there be alt tagging possible in Widgetkit? Currently the title becomes the alt tag, but would be great to have a separate field for the alt text for images!
  • queburrera

    queburrera

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    YooTheme Team,

    Congrats for coming up with new ideas. Looking forward to become a YooTheme Pro.

    1) I feel like I'm not getting my September template for our monthly subscription. Hope you'll give us 2 templates in one month to even out.

    2) Zoo has not been updated since December 2014. Any plans to update it and make sure that works with YooTheme Pro?

    Thank you and keep up the work!
  • kevin.cartmell

    kevin.cartmell

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    Hey the clock has changes 1 hour in 5 days - nice
    I wish development have us these hours I could develop 10 projects
    • sascha

      sascha

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      It's Days - Hours - Minutes - Seconds ;-) Working for me...
  • kevin.cartmell

    kevin.cartmell

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    Hi Sascha - thank you - now I am very upset 33 days to wait - but as a cms developer I started off using Mambo and with the 11 years of joomla i was always a pro Gavick users and then yootheme was introduced I have never looked - I have tried Rockettheme which is ok but nothing like Yootheme and is the template changes are incorporating the zoo - type template customization then I will wait patiently and let you all get on with it.
  • techcloudent

    techcloudent

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    Very excited to see this!
  • bsiemon

    bsiemon

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    Will Theme Licensing and Pricing be affected?
    • ozelot

      ozelot

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      "Will be the same" ... see Sascha's comment above
  • ercanatay

    ercanatay

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    Excellent. I have a question. This "Yootheme Pro" same features "Visual Composer"?
    • site123.ca

      site123.ca

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      When i hear "page builder", i get nervous because I've just about mastered Visual Composer which is by far the best and most updated page builder on the market. However, if Yootheme Pro can compete even in the slightest, then i am going to get excited and will definitely take the time to learn it.

      In saying that, i really hope Warp 7's flaws will be fixed and hope to see a whole new array of features, especially:

      1.Better support for custom post types
      2. Widget kit: pagination + support custom post types
      3. More freedom with layout, menu and mobile menu/breakpoints
      4. Themes us web designers can use in the real world, although themes may be irrelevant if you plan to constantly support and update your page builder with new features...

      It could work well, but bottom line is that if it cant compete with VC, then its almost an entire waste of time. Im really hoping for the best. Thanks guys... Don't mind skipping the month for it.
  • manuel.gonzalez.lopez.55

    manuel.gonzalez.lopez.55

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    Would the Pro version have support for wpml (multilanguaje plugin) in wordpress?
    The rest of features i´m reading it sounds very promising but this it would be great.
  • michael.delvoye

    michael.delvoye

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    Very impatient to quit joomla :-)
  • andreas.kanellis

    andreas.kanellis

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    We wait with much joy
  • niall.sheehan

    niall.sheehan

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    Wish there was more information available about this. Need to determine the time/effort/value to switch. A page that explains the benefits and changes coming, screenshots, layout information, anything.....
  • luigi.cassolini

    luigi.cassolini

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    Widget is it included?
  • hans.coppen

    hans.coppen

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    Good morning,
    Maybe someone else also asked this question. (I didn't read every comment). What happens when I am going to use Yootheme Pro with the Joomla extensions. Is it still possible to upload extensions from Joomla or other extensions? For example: I use sh404SEF. This extension is necessary for my SEO goals.
    And can I use Yootheme pro for free? I have already paid as Joomla developer.
    I am verry eager to experiment with Yootheme Pro.
    Keep up the good work!
    • ccvortex

      ccvortex

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      Seems like they are ignoring this question (I asked the same thing) so I am guessing that third-party Joomla extensions will not be compatible. If this is a proprietary system that does not support Joomla modules and components then YOO has just made the biggest mistake of all time.
    • sascha

      sascha

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      Sure, you can load any Joomla module into the page builder and any Joomla extension will work as usually :-)

      If you have an active theme subscription, you will get YOOtheme Pro themes.
      • ccvortex

        ccvortex

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        So all third-party Joomla components that would normally work on a standard Joomla install will work in YOO Pro, correct?
        • sascha

          sascha

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          Yes, of course
          • ccvortex

            ccvortex

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            Good news, was worried because my initial question was not answered. I'll definitely give it a try then as I am already a YOO member.
  • majid.yousefi

    majid.yousefi

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    Wow , It will be amazing a new feature from YOOTEAM :) thank you guys
  • pixelstext

    pixelstext

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    Sounds fabulous....surprise us!
    But..... don't disappoint us too soon ...after this promise: "...Warp 7 theme support is not going to end any time soon"
  • carl.gerhard.wieners

    carl.gerhard.wieners

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    Any chance to get hands on a beta ? :-)
    • rick.kasparek

      rick.kasparek

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      Ditto!!! I have a couple of websites waiting... I'd love to check it out!
  • tien.nguyen.minh

    tien.nguyen.minh

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    Really Excited..

    I have been using Yoo for 2 years (Joomla). I think it will be a great feature from YooTeam.

    Thank you.
  • rick.kasparek

    rick.kasparek

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    What a great Birthday present! (yes its my birthday on the 10th)!! I can hardly wait!!
  • eyal.nir

    eyal.nir

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    Will the support for "RTL" languages out of the box still continue?
  • mariolgr

    mariolgr

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    hi @sascha !
    And the Support for the Woocommerce? They remain native? New Features for it?
    Tks!
  • nikishna

    nikishna

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    Will Yootheme Pro work with Multisite setups?
  • yannicklepogam

    yannicklepogam

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    Will Yootheme finally be working with Hikashop regarding responsiveness?
  • yannicklepogam

    yannicklepogam

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    Any chance that we can now use 2 Yootheme different templates in 1 single site and being able to set 2 different default layouts and styles (1 for each). I explain : example a site with Hikashop on Joomla. Hikashop is messy because of bootstrap versions blabla .. so I struggle with default page layout and style. The blog generates pages for detailed views of articles (and need default layout and style of template 1). But Hikashop generates also detailed pages for produtcs aso (and need another default layout and style). Another idea is the capability to force a layout and style on module, component and every page generated by them. But then might have conflicts if an hikashop product is displayed in a classic page ... I love Yoo and the unique nightmare for me is responsiveness of hikashop on pad and mobile. Cant wait PRO anymore :-)
  • yannicklepogam

    yannicklepogam

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    Will PRO give the capability to design a simplified user "editor" interface? Many of my customers want to edit their article on front end to change text or picture ... and they don't want to see widget or whatever, they just want to see text and an upload photo button ... I am not a dreamer but looking for a compromise between me building the site with JCE and my customers maintaining their site after (with a know-how equivalent to notepad usage), and so calling me anytime for a single change.
  • paulgreene

    paulgreene

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    My clients are asking no more Home button and to be able to generate a menu item that links to a module anywhere. An amazing feature I have seen is that the client at the front end can move the modules of the page to their delight!
    * Please, don't forget about ZOO although it may be compatible it needs and update/upgrade.
    Member since your start!
  • majdy.massarweh

    majdy.massarweh

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    it's becoming hot
  • oldenglish415

    oldenglish415

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    Is it Christmas tomorrow? I hope I get what I wished for :)
  • christopher.krawietz

    christopher.krawietz

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    Excited!! Only 6 Hours left !! Please time .. run faster!
  • todecay

    todecay

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    tik tak...
  • chrismichaelaoun

    chrismichaelaoun

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    Will it be ready for download as soon as countdown ends?

    Will be Midnight here in Sydney Australia. Don't want to wait up only for it to be released a few hours later..
    • olivia

      olivia

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      ..it's worth to wait till midnight. I promise ✌
      • chrismichaelaoun

        chrismichaelaoun

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        Thanks Olivia,

        I believe it will be :)
  • khurram.hafeez

    khurram.hafeez

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    t-minus 10 minutes and counting

    I have never watched even an Apple release with this much excitement. I have your website open and count dropping second by second.

    Good Luck.
    YOO-Team
  • danyany

    danyany

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    It has been asked but not ansered yet: Are multisites in wordpress supported?
    • nikishna

      nikishna

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      I agree! I don't want to have to log I. And out of dozens of Wordpress sites to make edits and updates, so I'm REALLY hoping Pro works in multisite Wordpress setups. I'd also like to be able to mix and match the special custom Widgetkit stylings on other themes.
  • mariella.colombo

    mariella.colombo

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    Hi,

    Is it possbile to use Joomla!/Instagram/Twitter as content type for widgetkit integrated inside builder pro? It seems only custom content available.

    Thank you

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