After creating prototypes for the website and knowing how the layout would look on all pages, I began setting up the pages on WordPress. I used “Pages” because it is better for SEO purposes. Since all pages were generally static pages fit perfectly for what I needed to do to help improve their site.
I first looked for a general template called Athena. Then I customized the entire layout to that in order to get the end result I was looking for. This meant adding additional CSS lines of code or going into the Theme’s pre-made code and altering them.
Along the way I had to install various plugins. The main plugin that need to be installed was WooCommerce and Ninja Forms. It was important to display the products with the right category, tag, SEO, Price, SKU number and if the product was in-stock or not.