[theme-reviewers] advice for wordpress development

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Thu Oct 10 11:51:22 UTC 2013

Other than putting the CPTs and custom taxonomies into a Plugin  rather
than into the Theme itself (which is sound practice even with bespoke
development, because the client will likely want to change the Theme in the
future), this sounds more like web application/solution development than
Theme development.

On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 7:41 AM, nan at designpromote.co.uk <
nan at designpromote.co.uk> wrote:

> I am developing a travel website based on wordpress to sell travel
> packages.
> There are 3 post_types: travel_route, travel_guide and travel_event, all
> are related by categories. For example, when looking at a travel_route,
> related travel_guide and travel_event will be shown (by categories).
> In later stage, a customer can register and login to make changes on the
> travel package and buy it online.
> I plan:
> 1. to use categories to connect 3 post_types;
> 2. to use comments (Leave a Reply) to exchange information with customers;
> 3. to use e-commence plugins(wow ecommence or magento?) for online payment;
> 4. to use wp-login plugins for customers to register and login; (it could
> be a duplicate function to e-commence plugins)
> I have little experience on e-commence and user roles and capabilities.
> Please correct me or advice on my above plan.
> Thank you.
> ps. it's probably not a right place to post, but I always get useful
> advice here before.
> Nan
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