WordPress is no longer just a blog software but a strong platform that it’s used for many different projects. One of the uses that is growing in popularity day to day is using WordPress as an e-commerce platform. Let’s review 10 plugins and themes that will help you to start your online store in no time.
WordCamp San Francisco is the main conference of developers, users and fans about WordPress. This year, WordCamp SF had a massive number of 51 incredible speakers, with some of them even throwing two conferences, like @nacin and @Otto42. Here’s a round up of the slides shared by the speakers.
Many designers keep designing between each freelance work just for the sake of it. Sometimes great stuff comes from the design we create during these gaps and not few of them end up getting their bytes covered with dust. Instead of loosing forever that precious time why don’t we sell them online? We will review a series of sites that allow you to deliver your digital goods on your own site along with hosted solutions that allows you to market the itehostingms on your site while leaving the payment process to a third party.
eCommerce is not new. It is now one of the most important applications of internet along with e-mail, e-learning, chat and social networks. However, in the last few years a whole new world started in eCommerce CMS. New contenders like Magento challenge the long time champion osCommerce and even a medium CMS like WordPress and a hardcore CMS like Plone have their eCommerce plugin.
The following list doesn’t attempt to be perfect neither showcase the best CMS. It is merely a review of the most popular eCommerce specific CMS out there, both open source and paid ones. In the end, there’s a list of eCommerce plugins for some generic CMS like WordPress, Drupal or Plone. Read more