Day-to-day, working with WooThemes puts me in touch with WooCommerce users around the globe. From selling services to selling products and everything in between, a huge part of these small businesses rely solely on a stable eCommerce platform – naturally, the wisest choose WooCommerce. Lightweight, flexible, and adaptable, it’s far and above the competition… But unfortunately, it can’t handle everything. Sites crash. Orders freeze. Records get destroyed. It’s the nature of the web to run these risks, but here’s where it gets particularly frustrating – a huge majority of these problems stem from your theme. In this post, I’m first going to give you a general list of things to avoid and features to look for. Then, I’m going to champion my favorite themes and call out the worst offenders – buckle in, it’s a fun time. Disclaimer: These reflect my own personal experience and opinions, and don’t represent any official stances of any official company. Official official official. Criteria: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Without further ado, here’s a list of my grading criteria with a +/- point score to show if it’s a good feature or a bad feature. Remember, this is specific to the typical
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