eMarket by Templatic is a theme for e-commerce sites powered by either Templatic’s own e-commerce framework or WooCommerce. The theme comes with a fully widgetized homepage.
This theme does not support WordPress 3 menus natively. The theme does offer a Header Navigation which you can set within the Theme Options. You can also control this navigation by adding a custom menu widget to the Header Main Navigation widget area.
Templatic eMarket installs with 19 custom widgets:
- Ad 220×200
- Browse by Category
- Connect with Us
- Contact Us
- Header Search
- Home Intro Text
- Home Main Banner
- Latest Products
- Latest Slider Posts
- Latest Twitter Feeds
- Login Information
- Newsletter Subscribe
- Popular Posts Sidebar
- Set Advertisement
- Shopping Cart Information
- Social Media
- Tag Wise Listing
When you activate WooCommerce, the plugin adds another 15 custom widgets here to utilize your online store.
Templatic eMarket incorporates 18 widgetized areas:
- Front Page Slider
- Header Main Navigation
- Header Right Settings
- Below Header
- Front Page Sidebar
- Front Page Content
- Product Detail Sidebar
- Product Listing Sidebar
- Blog Listing Sidebar
- Blog Detail Sidebar
- All Inner Page Sidebar
- My Cart Sidebar
- Store Page Sidebar
- Footer Right Side
- four Footer areas
The theme offers the following page templates:
- Page Left Sidebar
The homepage is fully widgetized and is composed by dropping the desired widgets into the appropriate widget areas. The homepage content area could be assembled like this:
- Header Main Navigation – Custom Menu
- Header Right Settings – Shopping Cart Info
- Below Header - Home Intro Text (welcome)
- Front Page Slider – Home Main Banner
- Front Page Content – Latest Products (in grid view)
Even more widgets can be added to the Front Page Sidebar and Footer areas.
The Theme options panel comprehends 14 pages, when you use eMarket with Templatic’s e-commerce framework:
- Design Options
- General Settings
- Manage Orders
- Manage Stock
- Manage Shipping
- Manage Coupon
- Manage Tax
- Manage Country
- Manage State
- Manage Affiliate
- Manage Notifications
- Payment Options
- Bulk Upload
The Design Settings comprehend toggle boxes for:
- General Settings
- Header Navigation Settings
- Captcha Settings
- Products Listing Settings – for Store or All Products Page
- Products Listing Settings – for Archive or Category Page
- Image default width & height Settings for Product Listing
- Stats and Scripts
- SEO Options
- Product Details Page Settings
Your first option at the General Settings is activating the use of the custom.css file. Next you can upload your logo and favicon. Alternatively, you can display the site title and tagline. Your last option is entering the Feed URL in case you use a custom RSS Feed.
The Header Navigation Settings allow you to hide or show the Store Link, Blog Categories Link, Pages, Categories. Alternatively, you can add a custom menu widget to the Header Main Navigation widget area.
The Captcha Settings let you hide the captcha on the registration page.
At the Checkout you can enable comments on the checkout page.
The two Products Listing Settings let choose between a grid and list view for product listings on the Store or All Products Page respectively the Archive or Category Pages. Here you also get the opportunity to enter your desired number of products.
With the Image default width & height Settings for Product Listing you are able to set your desired dimensions for the thumbnails for product listings.
Custom scripts for the Header and Footer can be entered at Stats and Scripts.
The SEO Options allow you to enter the meta description, meta keywords and meta author for the homepage.
At the Product Details Page Settings you have the ability to tweak the single product pages. You can show or hide the quantity text box, the product weight, tell a friend, add comment, related products. In addition can limit the number of quantity decimals and the number of related products.
When used with WooCommerce, the Theme options panel comprehends only the Design Options.
The Templatic e-commerce framework and WooCommerce each have their own custom post type for products.
Upon activation you are offered the possibility to insert sample data. Although an excellent way to get acquainted with the features of the theme, this should not be done when you have entered content yourself already.
With Templatic you can either purchase a single theme license or become a member of the Premium Themes Club.
The stated price of $65 is regarding the Standard License that allows you to use the theme on one domain. The fee for the Developer License is $99. The major differences are that: 1) the Developer License includes the PSD files, and 2) allows you to use the theme on an unlimited domains.
In both situations you are allows to a lifetime usage of the theme, but you have only access to updates and support for one year. It is possible to extend this period of updates and support for a yearly fee of 30% of the initial purchase price – so you do not have to repurchase the theme.
You can also join the Premium Themes Club; For an initial payment of $299 and a monthly fee of only $9, you have access to all themes (48 to date), PSDs, plugins, support and updates as long as you are a member of the club. More details are available on Templatic’s The Club page.
You can always upgrade from a Standard or Developer License to the Premium Themes Club by paying just the difference.