23 Aug 2019 at 18:33 #21805HartAppsParticipant
What theme is best used with WooFood plugin?Resolved
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We are looking at your themes and would like to know if you recommend a particular theme for a classy restaurant that needs the WooFood plugin design and capability.
Hart23 Aug 2019 at 18:40 #21806Oliver JuhasKeymaster
Thank you for interest in my themes :)
I don’t know WooFood plugin and have never tested my themes with it, but as my themes are built with “stay out of way” approach, they should work perfectly fine with any plugin.
As it looks like WooFood plugin is an extension for WooCommerce plugin, I suggest trying first my free Reykjavik theme, maybe that will provide everything you need. If you feel like stepping up, you can use a paid themes like Icelander or Monument Valley. Both of them are built specifically for WooCommerce.
If you need full support for new WordPress editor (Gutenberg), currently only Reykjavik theme has that. Other themes will follow soon.
Other than that, WooCommerce should also work with other of my themes, but it might not be as integrated from design perspective.
If your restaurant website need to be accessible, I provide accessibility ready themes too.
WebMan Design23 Aug 2019 at 18:53 #21809HartAppsParticipant
Thank you for your quick reply.
We are looking at the Icelander theme because of the accessibility and WooCommerce compatibility. We want to start with a theme that has a lot of coding options built into it so that we don’t have to add special functions later.
From reviewing your site and your reply it sounds like Icelander and Mountain Valley would be good choices.
Would that be true?
Thanks again23 Aug 2019 at 19:01 #21810Oliver JuhasKeymaster
We are looking at the Icelander theme because of the accessibility and WooCommerce compatibility.
That applies for free Reykjavik theme too ;)
We want to start with a theme that has a lot of coding options built into it so that we don’t have to add special functions later.
I’m not sure what you mean by this. My themes are indeed full of action and filter hooks, so altering things and adding new things to a theme is easy as can be. But this applies for all of my themes.
Also, please note that WordPress themes are meant for displaying content, not adding functionality. For functionality there are WordPress plugins.
From reviewing your site and your reply it sounds like Icelander and Mountain Valley would be good choices. Would that be true?
Please understand that I can’t really answer that as I don’t know your project. That’s why I suggest to try free Reykjavik theme first. You really may be perfectly happy with Reykjavik, and you don’t even need to upgrade to paid theme. All my themes are fully functional, they are no up-sells. Though, I’m always glad and thankful for any donations for my free themes ;)
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