Ecommerce -online store themes


(Konstantijn Van Calster) #1

Would like to know which would be the best responsive theme, add ons, plugins to build an online business-store (to sell physical products, downloads material like ebooks, audio and apps, etc); Sold, Foundation… with all payments facilities (Paypal, credit card, etc) and drop down menu. I’m hopping somebody can help me out within the RapidWeaver community


(Rob Beattie) #2

I’d start by taking a look at Boutique - https://themeflood.com/boutique/


(Konstantijn Van Calster) #3

Hey Rob,

Yes indeed looks good, gonna to give it a try…

Thanks


(Roberto Tremonti) #5

RapidCart Pro is a complete e-commerce solution for RapidWeaver.
It supports PayPal, Stripe and other payment methods including offline orders.
It’s fully responsive and work great with most 3rd-party themes.
I suggest you to give it a try.

Here’s a gallery of a demo store published with some of the coolest themes available.

And here’s a small selection of great 3rd-party responsive themes that fully support RapidCart Pro.
Themes by ThemeFlood feature a built-in cart that let you show cart with total on top menu in all pages.


(Konstantijn Van Calster) #6

Will have a look at it.

Thanks


(Konstantijn Van Calster) #7

Great, will do

Cheers


(Konstantijn Van Calster) #8

For example the Boutique + RapidCart Pro would do the job ?
or still better the full Foundation Bundle + RapidCart Pro ?
-will need freedom to create and build…


(Konstantijn Van Calster) #9

Thanks Rob,
For example RapidCart Pro + the Boutique theme would do the job ?
or still better RapidCart Pro + the full Foundation Bundle ?
Cheers


(Roberto Tremonti) #10

Boutique is a theme specifically designed for e-commerce.
Cart integrated into menu is a cool addition that makes the website more “store-oriented”.
In just few clicks you’ll get your store published.

Foundation gives you more freedom, but you need to design your own style.


(Brad Halstead) #11

@TINO

If that was the review you left for RapidCartPro, you can find a detailed comparison here.

Just as an FYI, questions like that should be set to the developer or submitted in the forum here.

HTH
Brad