Wordpress Theme Needed for renting out stuff!
March 10, 2010 6:44 AM Subscribe
I rent out stuff. My current website is a dated html-nightmare. What I want is a new, easy to maintain Wordpress-website. What I can't find is a template/theme that does the things I want it to do out-of-box.
posted by Sourisnoire to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 8 users marked this as a favorite
I know just enough about php, css and html to modify an existing template. Building one is out of the question. Themes like Thesis are overkill and too complicated.
So what I'm really looking for is this:
- Wordpress. I know how WP works and I don't want to invest a lot of time in learning something new
- A top menu bar
- 1 page per product. A productpage contains several pictures, a description and preferably a contact form.
- The frontpage should show all products and a short description. If possible, it should get both the picture and the description from the productpage so I don't have to change anything twice whenever a page is updated. I want to be able to specify which pages show up on the frontpage though.
A lot of themes that are allmost there can do this - but only with blogposts, not pages.
- the frontpage should have a section that shows the latest blog posts. This will be used a a news section. It should be able to contain pictures as well.
- The frontpage should also have a general section where I can put static text. A large footer would be nice for this.
- font substtution should be possible. I'd rather have it work with @fontface, than things like cufon. But I'm not too fussy.
- It should preferably be clean. I know how to remove and replace unwanted backgrounds and borders, but I'd rather not have to.
- It can be free or paid, but as this is more of a hobby than anything else: the cheaper, the better.
- Foreign language support (mainly dutch and german) would be a bonus.
Basically, what I need is a combination of a portfolio, a magazine and a webshop theme.
It feels like I've seen every single theme on the entire internet, but I might just have missed one.
If anyone can help me out, or at least point me in the right (or better) direction, I'd be very very grateful!