How to Audition Different Themes with WooCommerce

Before you decide on a theme for your WooCommerce store, you may wish to "audition" a series of different themes. Every WooCommerce or WordPress theme offers a different look and feel with generally similar functionality.

Keep in mind most the majority of WordPress themes will work well with WooCommerce. You are free to choose a style that works best for you.

If you like to try out multiple themes you have a few options. In this article we will show you how to use the Theme Preview function and Customize options.

How to use the WordPress Theme Preview

Once you have installed the themes you are interested in trying, you can follow these steps to try them out.

  1. Log into WordPress Dashboard
  2. Choose Appearance > Themes
  3. Hover a theme and choose Live Preview

Yet Another Method to Preview Multiple Themes

You can also cherry-pick among your installed themes through the Appearance > Customize menu.

  1. Log into WordPress Dashboard
  2. Choose Appearance > Customize
  3. Under Active Theme you can choose Change
  4. Hover each image for the Live Preview option
  5. When you like what you see click Save & Activate at the top of the Customize menu.

Well done! You can now audition different themes in WooCommerce.

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