5 Best Online Selling Themes for WordPress

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Have you ever thought of building your own online store with WordPress? I know it’s a little bit of a tricky one for most of web store owners. That’s because most of the online stores are deployed on Magento-based websites.

Hosting your eCommerce website on WordPress with WooCommerce provides you with much more navigational and operational flexibility that is essential for the top notch and quality performance of your e-store.

In this post, I’m going to elaborate on five of the most important and interesting WooCommerce themes that are almost guaranteed to boost to the user traffic on your retail online store.

1. MyStile

MyStile is one of the most diversified WooCommerce themes available to make your web store the premium choice for online customers. It supports all the WooCommerce features, providing you the ultimate ease to customise it as per your needs.

It works well for all mobile and smartphone devices, which is a testimony to the fact that it is mobile responsive. You can use this theme on any of your smart devices. You can also use this theme for customising your homepage, thus increasing the traffic by manifolds.

MyStile offers a lot of colour schemes to suit your website’s requirements.

2. Canvas

Canvas is the flagship WooCommerce theme for WordPress sites. Until now, more than 40,000 websites have been using Canvas, which testifies the fact that it is one of the most used WooCommerce themes ever.

With this theme, you can easily control and manage your website’s design and layout. It is highly customizable, yet responsive, thus giving you the opportunity to make changes at your will meanwhile working best for your mobile devices.

Also, you get a fixed sidebar widget to support your eCommerce site. You can also use shortcodes with this theme on your website. The theme supports Google fonts, and is the first theme that makes extensive use of responsive child themes. You can also use this theme to increase the visibility of your recent projects through highlighting the portfolio functionality.

3. Travelify

With the Travelify theme, you can customise almost anything you come across. It supports retina graphics, and this theme is built using HTML5 and supports responsive designs, so that you can use it on your smartphones.

This particular theme works well with different WordPress plugins, including Contact Form 7, NavXT, WP-PageNavi etc. This theme also allows you to work with CSS files. One thing more, you don’t need to tweak or configure anything. It gives you the liberty to use any colour combinations to attract potential customers.

4. Wootique

Do you want to experience a seamless frontend experience with your online shop? If so, then Wootique is the perfect theme you should go for. It’s a really flexible WooCommerce theme, you can use to make your store more attractive to your customers.

It uses all the features of WooCommerce and also provides a unique colour scheme to make your website more enticing and eye-catching. Oh, and this theme is absolutely free of cost.

You can also customise the header and footer of your homepage, while adding a background image. With this theme, you get the opportunity to play with CSS3 and jQuery files, thus customising the Woo widgets.

5. Artificer

This free theme works well on all sorts of devices including, desktop computers, tablets, smartphones etc. With this theme installed, you get two of the most important shortcodes – one for highlighting messages, and the other one for notifying any special offers for customers.

The Artificer customises your homepage as per your desire, while supporting all of the salient features that make WooCommerce stand out from its competitors. By using this theme, you can also customise product categories, product descriptions, and banners to be used on your homepage. There are many different colour schemes, which you can use to market your brand via your online store.

In Summary

There are many other WooCommerce themes available to suit your WordPress-based eCommerce site, and if you have any other themes, not mentioned here, please feel free to contribute your suggestions and ideas in the comments below.


This post was written by Syed Waseem Abbas. We are very grateful that Syed Waseem has written this post for us, however, the views expressed here belong to the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of wpContent.
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Waseem has a knack for exploration. Whenever he explores a WordPress trouble, he tries his best to solve it. He is also a food explorer and travel lover.

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