Get Your FREE WordPress E-Commerce Style Template Pack

Written By Ben Johnson on 15 February 2009 3 People Commented

If you build an e-commerce style WordPress affiliate site then the last thing you want on your site is the all of the stuff which makes it look like a blog, things like the author's name, date, time of posting and comments etc. Removing them can be a bit of a pain, particularly if you are quite new to using WordPress and not used to wading through source code. So I have tried to make your life a little easier.
Some of you may remember that some time back I took the Limau Orange theme by Bob and ripped all of the blog related info out of it which makes it look like a blog and made them available  for FREE download in several different colors . But now I have taken things 1 step further with the theme and made a few more changes to it, making it look even more like an e-commerce style theme. In addition I have also added 3 areas where you can easily place advertisements, such as adsense or banners, to your site making monetizing you WordPress affiliate site even easier than before. I have made these templates available in 4 colors at present and they are completely FREE to download.

The templates are professional looking, easy to install and fun to use. In addition all 4 themes come with the PSD files for the logo so it's even easier to customize your own theme to your liking/niche.

I hope you enjoy using the themes.

Download them Here

 

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  • bill parker said:

    Do you actually find there is much demand for ad space on an eCommerce site? The last thing I want in my stores are items that steer customers away from a sale.

  • Ben said:

    Hi Bill

    Thanks for the comment. I think you have misunderstood the e-commerce/Wordpress concept. When I am talking about a e-commerce style WordPress site I am talking about a WordPress site which is set out like a store but instead of your own products in it you would have links to affiliate products using a script like phpBay or BANS, I am not directly referring to selling your own products through a standard e-commerce shopping cart.

  • Marv said:

    Hi Ben! First of all, great tutorial on installing/using phpBay; especially for us newbies.

    I successfully installed WordPress/phpbay pro on a free host just for testing purposes. Got some products listed on the site but the pics are missing and when I click any of the products, I get the hosts’ error page. I would really appreciate it if you can give me some assistance.

    Site URL: http://sepia.host56.com/wordpress/

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