Ecommerce WD

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Step 17:  Creating/Editing Themes.

The extension comes with 5 default themes. You can create more themes and set those to be the default theme for the product.
If you want to add a new theme, you should press New button in the upper right corner. Then you can set it to be a default theme, by checking and pressing Default button at the upper right corner.
The section uses four separate subsections for different parts of the extension.
17.2 Elements Options.
17.2.1 Headings. Set the color for the heading and subtext features in the product and category pages.
17.2.2 Input. Determine the input text, background and border colors for the review section and other sections allowing input.
17.2.3 Input with error. Determine the input text, background and border colors for the review section and other sections allowing input, when facing an error.
17.2.4 Buttons. Set the colors for the three sets of different buttons used on the website.
  • Default Button. Set the color scheme (content, background and border) for the default buttons, e.g. Buy Now, Compare, Quick View.
  • Primary Button. Set the color (content, background and border) scheme for the primary buttons, e.g. Add to Cart, Write a Review.
  • Success Button. Set the colors (content, background and border) for the success button used in Quick View option of the individual products.

17.2.5 Button link. Choose the color to be used to redirecting texts, e.g. Write a Review, Compare and etc.
17.2.6 Divider. Determine the color of the divider which is used to separate the sections in category and product pages.

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