Lovely, a fully responsive ecommerce theme, is now available for all AmeriCommerce users using the latest 2014.1 release of AmeriCommerce which includes the new responsive admin console.
This theme was built with jewelry stores and boutique shop owners in mind by focusing on a minimal yet impactful design that brings big images and clear content and product information up at equal levels. This is one of the many new themes using our Rev Theme Engine for theme customization and creating amazing responsive themes.
Lovely Responsive Theme Highlights
Responsive slider on homepage.
Product grid, featured products and seo text on the homepage.
Four graphic banner areas, email newsletter and blog roll on the homepage.
Store and site navigation and social links in footer.
2 column layout on product details page.
Minimal design on homepage, product pages, cart page and checkout page.
Built on Twitter Bootstrap framework.
All new one page check out that's customizable and responsive.
Responsive breakpoints for various monitor sizes and mobile experiences.
Dropdown cart viewable from the nav bar with complete list of cart contents.
Product Quick Views from home page and product listing pages.
Write review form loads on page from a modal.
New image hover/zoom/enlarge capabilities.
Responsive theme includes default templates with and without sidebar.
Most of our 30+ widgets already styled and supported when activated within this theme.
And dozens more custom layout areas available across product pages, category pages, blog and other store pages.
Demo Lovely Theme
Because Lovely is built with the Rev Theme Engine, you'll have access to all sorts of customization tools for widgets and page layouts to extend the capabilities of this theme.
Justin McCullough is the VP of Operations and leads the AmeriCommerce Marketing team. Loves a challenge, big dreams, and getting stuff done. He is married with two boys, loves content marketing, ecommerce, and helping businesses succeed. You can catch him on twitter as mccJustin (twitter.com/mccJustin) or here on the blog or his own personal blog.