Well it’s been a busy month at CommerceGurus towers – we’ve launched our first WooCommerce theme, Captiva on ThemeForest and we’ve been thrilled by the reception it has been getting.

From the outset, we wanted to create a modern WooCommerce theme with style, functionality and unmatched versatility.

It can be used for any kind of business and brand with fantastic customizable options which allow you to change layouts, typography and colours so that it matches your brand perfectly.

Captiva


Powered by WooCommerce

woocommerce-productsWe wanted to make it easy to get selling right away.

We’ve designed Captiva with WooCommerce in mind so whether you’re selling shirts or sombreros you’ll have the power of a system that fuels 15% of eCommerce sites on the net.

With a large community behind it and hundreds of plugins  it’s a great choice to power your shop.


Easy Layouts with Visual Composer

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Visual Composer and the result below

We incorporated Visual Composer so you have drag and drop control over elements. Need two columns or three? Five rows or none? You’ll have fine grain control over the content so it’s just how you like it.

Beautiful Pages

We spent the time fretting over the small details so you don’t have to. All our product pages are beautifully designed and we’ve made sure that common templates such as About Us, Services and Contact have a gorgeous ready-made layout so you’ll be up and running quickly.

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Plus lots more…

We’ll be exploring in more detail over a series of blog posts lots of more features including our mega menu and how to use the theme options to customize Captiva.

You can purchase Captiva today over on themeforest. If you’re a WooCommerce newbie we also provide a free installation service to get you up and running with your own WordPress powered online shop in no time!

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