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WiredThemes says

I’m finding varied information over the web so I thought best to ask guys here who have already done it very successfully..

To build a theme to be compatible with WooCommerce – what do you need to do?

  • Is it purely CSS to make sure the extra content is styled alongside the theme?
  • I’m sure there would be extra template files needed – what are these?
  • Anything else? How about checking the code is good? (like theme-check plugin)

Thank you very much,
-Manny

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themeton says

Css customization is needed always to fit it for your site. Color, width and main aspect. Practically i saw many authors using some advanced php code for customizing bradcrumb, title etc. But advanced customization is always optional.

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