Web Design For ECommerce
Create An Online Store In 2+ Hours! Ecommerce WordPress Website Tutorial – Zero To Launch, In this video learn how to create an ecommerce WordPress website & online store for less than . Yes, really! We’ll be using the free WordPress e-commerce theme by WooThemes called Artificer. This is a great website design especially for anyone who wants to sell arts and crafts, or some other kind of creative, artsy product online. And — this website is responsive, so it will look amazing on mobile devices as well as on laptops and desktops.
Also in this video: learn how to add downloadable products like e-books to your website product catalog.
Features of this website include: responsive design that looks gorgeous on mobile and desktop, social sharing to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and other social networks, email opt-in form to generate leads, photo gallery with lightbox, a blog, and custom code to customize the homepage of this responsive WordPress website.
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If you want to create a clean, minimalist, and GORGEOUS e-commerce website to start selling products or services online, just follow the steps in the video above!
Want to change the design and look of your online store? Check out Mystile, a free e-commerce theme by WooThemes, and watch the step-by-step tutorial here: web designer in Sydney
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