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  1. My bad habit of including many topics and issues into same email/request... There was one last point that I would love to get some response from the experts : - which theme would you suggest can be "best fit" - to be used for (all on different pages): a clean Blog (no commerce), a Portfolio (without -and with commerce), with all the social connections, With Schema support, Custom Post types, Video/Audio/Text posts... AdSense optimized, SEO ? any "Login/account" needs to be able to "hide" on the pages where there are no Commerce ... via templates- or selectable Top menu on a page level and not Theme ... any suggestion?
  2. Would you be able to say anything about the functionality and design of these 3 templates: WooCart eMax Store TruePixel I already have the WooCart theme - but I wanted to know IF , without having to change any code - just with option panels alone, are enough flexibility in all the themes to give similar result? From the demos eMax looks to be utilizing the screen better than WooCart - with better flow in UX and not looking as "boxed" as WooCart, so in that sense eMax looks more modern I have not seen any immediate settings for WooCart to make the changes .. TruePixel looks clean, but also have a "boxed" feel over it.. Are there any options to allow the theme to use the full width of screen - with adjustable gutter? - or at least the top Header - and the Footer - to fill screen width? and - which theme would you suggest can be a good fit - to be used for: a clean Blog (no commerce), a Portfolio (without -and with commerce), with all the social connections, With Schema support, Custom Post types, Video/Audio/Text posts... support Ad's , and that can work well with external a booking system like DOTonPaper's Booking System Pro ? (The blog will mostly be updated via mobile device, so special codes and visual approach can be tricky.) (It would be awesome if you would start including CSS support for that plugin in new themes by the way... for calendar and booking option... and also AdPress.) I have also seen various jQuery issues when using other Slider plugins, from loading the jquery different places - and different versions. There are ways to do this more "robust" in a WordPress theme, and I ask that you can look into that as well for new themes...
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