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Written by Mark Forrester on November 24, 2011 Product News.

That’s right three more WooCommerce enabled WooThemes. Specifically three more WooCommerce enabled business themes. We’ve been working down our theme leaderboard chart picking the most popular themes to cater for e-commerce facilities.

There is no WooCommerce core update to report on today unfortunately, but we don’t believe that’s a bad thing. Not everyone wants to update their e-commerce plugin every week right? Even if the update is filled with awesome sauce. It also means we can concentrate more time on further refining particular modules like the tax calculations that Mike has spent a heap of time on this week. More on this soon though.


This popular theme was designed by Cameron Moll. With it’s minimalistic, swiss influence design, and modules allowing it to function as a portfolio or business theme, with a WooCommerce child theme a photographer can now sell his/her prints using it, or Letterpress posters if you are like Cameron…

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Designed by our Paraguayan friend Juanma Teixido this was our first responsive business theme. Now it’s a responsive business theme with e-commerce facilities. Jay has worked hard in styling the shop pages for a consistent user experience, all the while keeping all pages responsive.

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Ryan O’Rourke designed this beauty for us with the initial intent for it to showcase real estate for agents. We turned it into a more general business theme as we thought the layout modules were generic enough. Now with a WooCommerce powered shopfront one could potentially sell houses with it! Ok maybe you’d struggle taking such large payments, but it certainly adds further appeal to this design that has grown quickly in popularity.

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You thought that was it? We’ve got a couple more WooCommerce goodies for you:

Australia Post Shipping Method

Calculate shipping costs based on Australian post rates. Australia Post can check availability and calculate costs of the following options: Standard, Insured, Registered, Express, International (by sea), International (by air).

View the Australia shipping extension listing.

Canada Post Shipping Method

Similarly, the Canada Post Shipping Module is a great way to extend your customers shopping experience to include a very sophisticated shipping service. This shipping extension uses the product’s weight and dimensions to calculate the most accurate rates possible using Canada Post’s Sell-Online (

Each order is automatically divided into packages of 30kg or less. It will calculate how many packages need to be sent, calculate the cost of shipping each package and display the total cost to the customer. Let your customers choose the speed and cost of delivery when they order items from your online store. This Shipping module works for both domestic and international shipments.

View the Canada shipping extension listing.

9 Responses

  1. pedro67
    November 24, 2011 at 5:47 pm #

    woooooow wooooo. Thanks so much for Buro commerce.

    Is there maybe also the oooold but so wonderful looking theme THERAPY in progress? I love to use it and modified it a bit here:
    I would like to use here woocommerce too, but was not lucky yet.

    • Mark Forrester
      November 24, 2011 at 6:12 pm #

      No immediate plans for Therapy, but as we said we are working down the list at quite a furious pace!

  2. pedro67
    November 24, 2011 at 6:58 pm #

    you guys rock. Woo Commerce was the very best idea. Just missing a clever forum integration, but this is maybe bbPress or buddyPress as they made some major refreshes now.
    Do you have any experiances with import of phpBB Forum yet? Did somebody try that?

    We will integrate an old phpBB Forum into a Canvas theme but I do not want to use iFrames.

  3. John
    November 24, 2011 at 8:14 pm #

    Cool stuff.

    Does the arrival of Australia and Canada post shipping method modules mean that the USPS shipping module is not far behind?

  4. pedro67
    November 24, 2011 at 10:21 pm #

    are there any interesting extensions for Europe (Austria / Germany)?

  5. Lucas Stark
    November 26, 2011 at 3:38 am #

    Keep an eye on the extensions for a gravity forms add-on. Work is complete, just polishing it up for final release.

  6. Afton
    November 29, 2011 at 12:05 am #

    Lookin’ good! Any chance we’ll see “Listings” WooCommerce integration soon?

    • Joe Watts
      December 4, 2011 at 4:21 pm #

      WooCommerce for Listings would be AWESOME!

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