Frameworks for WordPress are often associated with themes. And while the definitions found on the web of what a theme framework for WordPress is vary wildly, here is a simple accepted definition of the term.
A theme framework may be the difference between a Parent theme and a Child theme but it can be more simple than that. The framework is a set of functions, options, and tools that can carry across to multiple themes and are usually separate from design.
If you own an online business or a WordPress ecommerce website, it’s very important that you let your customers know about various goods and services. This is done through aggressive advertising and proper marketing strategies. In fact, it helps you maintain a steady income.
As an owner of a WordPress ecommerce site which sells certain products or services, you might think of possible ways to let people know of your content. You might also think of offering e-Commerce to sell these products or services. You are now confronted with ideas on how to go about doing both: should you have your WordPress blog separated from your e-Commerce destination, or should you offer both at a single destination? Which of these ideas give the most benefits?
There are two ways you can launch an ecommerce website with WordPress
1. Create and host your products on a 3rd party online store. The store will provide you with some code for each product which you can embed on your site to display that particular product. Usually this type of service is subscription based i.e. you make a recurring payment every month.
2. Install a WordPress shopping cart plugin on your site. The shopping cart plugin will allow you to create your own products and display them on a store page. You have the full control over the shopping cart plugin because it is hosted on your server. Also you just need to purchase the plugin once (there is no recurring fee for using a plugin).
WP eStore is one of the top WordPress shopping cart plugins to create powerful e-commerce store. This is a very user-friendly plugin for do-it-yourself type users. You can set up almost anything without any technical knowledge.
WooStore is a landmark for WooThemes, Their first eCommerce theme for WordPress. Designed in-house by Magnus Jepson and brought to life with WooCommerce, WooStore provides you with a powerful and flexible eCommerce solution.
Who doesn’t want to rank well in Google search? Good Ranking can bring lots of traffic which any website owner will look forward to. Unfortunately it’s not something that you can achieve easily. For some people it takes months or even years of active work. I’m not saying it’s impossible. You just need to put efforts on a daily basis e.g. writing unique and fresh content. But even if you can’t maintain site regularly you can still use some WordPress plugins to make it search engine friendly. I have made a list of some good plugins that can help you with search engine optimization.
Selling Pay Per View content online is very profitable. It allows your customer to access content for a short period of time. The good thing about Pay Per View content is you don’t have to worry about the security of the product as you are not giving away any product. The content is on your site. You are just giving certain content access to your customers temporarily once they pay for your content.
Once you setup a new website with WordPress the first thing you want to do is sell product. In fact there are many WordPress shopping carts out there. One of them which I personally use is WP eStore. One thing I like the most about eStore is it’s usability. It is so well designed that the users will never get confused with settings. And even if you face any problem you can post your issue on the plugin support forum and are expected to get a reply within 24 hours – which I hardly see anywhere else.