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stixandjones says
Hello- I have a website that is currently on blogger. http://thinkinganimationbook.blogspot.com/ I would like to convert this to wordpress. I don’t mean just import the posts, I can do that. I really just want the site to look like that if possible with a storefront added to sell videos. The theme is currently the shadow template for blogger http://besttheme.net/shadow-blogger-template/ Hacked by myself. They say they have a wp version of the theme, but do not answer emails and the link is broken.

I have tried my damnedest to use several templates I have bought on themeforest, but I hit a wall every time I try and modify the themes.

I currently have Bazar Shop winstalled, but making changes to the wp site is a nightmare. I have many reasons for wanting to change to wp, mostly because I would like to sell videos on the site. http://www.thinkinganimation.com/wordpress/

Please advise, Thanks Angie

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Gareth_Gillman says

To just convert the theme to WP you’re looking at $1000, to make it ecommerce ready using Woocommerce or similar, you’re looking at another $300.

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stixandjones says

Wow I had no idea… thanks, well I will just keep doing it myself then.

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