Online Catalogue Plugins

(Peter Rood) #1

Hi Everyone

I am looking for a RW plugin that I can use to manage an online catalogue of 30-40 products. I don’t need e-commerce or shopping cart buttons, but pretty much everything else.

Any recommendations?


(David) #2

I haven’t used it but this one looks like it might work well for you: Light Page -

(Peter Rood) #3

This looks really promising. I just need to be sure I can get rid of the “Add to Cart” button on the full page.

(Pedro Perdomo M.) #4

Sure, you can do it…


(Peter Rood) #5

My client has confirmed he has about 20 products to put online. Content will be managed by me, so I don’t need a CMS. I need pretty much everything that an E-commerce site would need, but no Buy Now, or Add to Card button / functionality.

This Stack looks pretty good. Has anyone used it? I would like to see more examples of what others have done with it.

Thanks for all your help so far.

(Peter Rood) #6

Another question… about these stacks. Do they only work with a pre-defined RW theme or will they work with sites created with Foundation?

(Robert Ziebol 🖖🏼) #7

Yup, works great with Foundation and probably any other theme out there

(Peter Rood) #8

I purchased LighPage and I am currently using it on the project I needed it for, but I am not 100% happy with it. The thumbnails on the main page on scale down to fit, they don’t re-align themselves. That makes it tricky to find real-estate for text.

I am still trying to make a proper online catalogue without a database. I wish there was a nice plugin that could be used like a BLOG, but for products. I am still open to suggestions. If there is nothing out there I will probably resort to just creating a dedicated page for each product and calling it a day.

If anyone knows of any other catalogue style plugins please let me know.


(David) #9

Rapidcart Pro can be used in “catalog” mode which makes an online catalog without the shopping cart / transactional features. The “starter” version should be fine for that. Might be worth having a look at the demo: