I am testing the new editor, its tough I don’t know really if I am going to keep it to be honest : )
So over the last 10+ years I used and abused many themes. A good theme for me is one that works ( there was a time that this was a concern ), it is WP friendly customizable ( I am going to write a separate post about this ) and how well it’s supported! That’s the most important, customer support, updates and new features.
Here is my short list:
Cool name, cool theme. It works and customer support is friendly and responsive. The theme includes many features which I didn’t try but I customized it easily and that’s a good sign.
Good theme, still using it for a client. Too many options for me but handy if you do not want to get your hands dirty with coding.
I will probably need to update this post : )
Fun project using JointsWP + WooCommerce, nothing fancy. JointsWP is a great starter theme that uses Zurb Foundation framework with WordPress. I added the code to make it compatible with WooCommerce, some styling and voila!
I start doing it for a client that wanted a ‘simple’ theme and decided to publish it here as well. If you use it you can check the documentation of
Plugins i am using are
Simple Social Icons really simple, does the job, great plugin
This is not a complete theme, but i will use it as a reference if i need to, you can do the same if you like.
HireBee supports adaptive payments in short escrow, to enable this feature you need to setup your paypal settings. Highly recommended to start with a sandbox account and do your tests first and then move to your live site/payments.
What you will need
1 business account for the site owner
2 personal accounts, one for the employer and one for the freelancer