The Glam theme is a 3rd party Genesis Framework Theme created for feminine bloggers who are in the eCommerce industry. Glam’s homepage is designed to keep your visitors on the blog just a little while longer browsing around which could turn into a profit. Speaking of keeping visitors on your blog, this theme supports the WooCommerce plugin and is built for it. The homepage has a sticky menu bar with social media profile links and under this is a huge responsive slider widget. There are still more homepage widgets to set up to mimic the demo versions look which is outstanding. One of the widgets is for displaying your autoresponder box which is in a prime location.
For customization tips with this theme, do have a look through our Genesis Framework Tutorials category. If you have looked at the demo blog, It will give you a general idea about what this theme has to offer. Let’s get to the theme features.
- Easily change colors using the WordPress customizer
- Unique & one-of-a-kind in between post ad space
- Custom Categories
- WooCommerce Ready
- Category Index for easy post organization
- Upload your own custom background
- Upload your own retina quality logo
- HTML5 Markup + Mobile Responsive
I’m sure you are waiting to see a peak of the shop page. Here is a screenshot of it. Notice the autoresponder box above the shop section. Building an email list for shop owners is a must because it helps reach older clients when special sales come online or use the list for other reasons.
Here is a look at the homepage with the slider and some homepage widgets.
This theme includes the Genesis Framework if you do not have it already installed. Theme cost is $99.95. Returning customers do get discounts. Login to your account and view the theme details page. If you are a developer, you know you can customize these themes on your own for your clients and add more money to your packaged deal. The Pro Plus StudioPress package is the best deal for you.
Need More Convincing?
There are thousands of plugins online to install on your blog but installing all of them is not a feasible thing to do. One thing is for sure is that you need to have a good web host or your blogging career won’t be very successful. Being on the Genesis Framework means there are custom plugins created especially for our community. Have a look at our mega list of Genesis Framework Plugins page to see which ones catch your interest.
If you are new to this whole blogging thing or looking for a little more knowledge? Take a look at our blog post on How To Start A WordPress Blog on the Genesis Framework.
It’s not that hard to get this theme up and rolling without hiring any outside help. This tutorial is broken down into step by step segments for even novice bloggers.
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Don’t know how to install a Genesis Framework theme? See our guide on How To Install A Genesis Framework Theme for a step by step guide. You do get a “Theme Settings” page in your admin dashboard with the Genesis Framework installed. The amount of settings depends on the theme installed.
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