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ericz says

I have about 50 WordPress sites under my belt and I’m about to start a new project for a client. The plan is to roll it out the site in 3 phases, a month apart…

1) Traditional WordPress site, lots of article content in the blog. Responsive layout.

2) Add eCommerce features (WooCommerce – client needs only a small store).

3) Add BuddyPress for Social Media functionality. Then turn the site into a subscription model (for access to full articles and BuddyPress).

Do I need to specifically choose a theme that specifically says it’s compatible with WooCommerce AND BuddyPress?

I am looking to minimize complications in the development process. I don’t mind that there’s a price jump for these enhanced themes. But I don’t know if the compatibility is just “marketing,” as WooCommerce and BuddyPress are plugins and “should” work.

Direct advice or additional tips would be greatly appreciated!

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