Easy, you just rename the old xampp directory and install the new version. PhpMyAdmin works for each one so you can import/export your databases and your files! Doh! I was really worried about this for a long time and thought I should share my ‘solution’
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I think this one needs a lot of work.
is it this one?
You can download the Woojoo theme from here. It is NOT for production, I repeat it is NOT for production.
The theme uses JointsWP 4.0 ( float grid ), I just updated WP to 5.0.1 and WC to the latest version and found no issues. Basically I added what the WooCommerce documentation recommends to make your theme compatible with WooCommerce, that is in the functions.php and a stylesheet ( woojoo.css ) for this style ( nothing special )
That’s it folks
mmm, nice one, tricky to use sometimes but it comes with good support. I also love how organised the company looks and respectful of employees. They are close during weekends and on holidays, bravo! I wish more WP companies follow their example.
It is Uber and it is for WP menus. Tons of options, I wish there was a light version but still no1 choice if you need a complex menu.
: ) This plugin does more than you expect! Really powerful, really useful, tons of options again but what can you do.
Just Now Drop It!
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.