- WordPress 3.8, 3.9.x, 4.x
- WooCommerce 2.0.x, 2.1.x, 2.2.x, 2.3.x, 2.4.x, 2.5.x, 2.6.x
Pre-Defined 4 Layout
FeaturesFace Art is wordpress ecommerce theme based on WooCommerce plugin. It is suitable for cosmetic, Spa and beauty, women and fashion related online stores. It is also multipurpose theme which can be used for any kind of online store. There are many Homepage Variations included fixed width layout so you can use for any purpose like corporate, online shop, services, portfolio and any thing in your mind. You can create unlimited version of homepage using it. Face Art WooCommerce theme is looking good with it’s clean and fresh design. All sub pages are customized.
- HTML5 and CSS3
- NEW : Revoluton Slider – $15 Value
- Unlimited Homepage Variations
- Easy Customize – Admin Options Customized Panel
- Unlimited Color Options – Admin Panel
- Fully RESPONSIVE Theme
- Using GOOGLE Fonts
- 1500 + Font Awesome ICONS
- Support Multiple Language
- No Core Modifications
- SEO (Search Engine Optimization) friendly
- Optimized for Fast Loading + CSS Sprite
- Unlimited Banners + Sliders – Admin Panel
- Brand Logo + Slider – Admin Panel
- Different Portfolio Layouts
- Different Gallery Layouts
- Easy Shopping Cart Dropdown from header
- Lots of Short codes with variations
- Valid XHTML and CSS markup
- Woo Commerce Integration
- Sample data Import
- Easy Use and Easy Customize
- Full PSD files supplied
- Compatible with all major browsers
- Well-structured and commented code for easy customization
- Full user guide documentation to help you installing and utilizing the theme
23 June 2016
Upgraded theme package for support latest version(2.6.x) of wooCommerce.
14 July 2015
Upgraded theme package fixed “prettyPhoto XSS”.
17 March 2015
Upgraded theme package for support latest version of wooCommerce.
27 December 2014
Upgraded plugin files.
5 November 2014
Fixed small bug related to responsive layout and update documentation.
25 August 2014
DRAG and DROP Page Builder Integration with Improve some Design Ethics.
Added 3 pre-defined child themes.
9 June 2014