April 7, 2020
Neve WordPress Theme: FREE VS PRO – Perfect for WooCommerce & Elementor

Neve WordPress Theme: FREE VS PRO – Perfect for WooCommerce & Elementor

Hey WordPress enthusiasts and content creators. My name is Robert, and in this video, I will
answer each question you may have about the Pro version of the Neve WordPress theme, and
I will compare it with the free version. With the free version, you can import these
ready to use pre-built websites easily, and then you can customize them with Beaver Builder,
Brizy, or Elementor. There is the original demo, which you can
customize with Gutenberg as well. Gutenberg is the new block editor of WordPress. Starting with the Business plan of Neve Pro,
you get access to even more starter sites that are ready for businesses like Photography,
Transport, Cake Shop, Car Rental, Ski Resort, and many more. If you design websites for your clients, you
definitely need white label, so I think that the Agency plan is what you should sign up
for. The White Label module is giving you the opportunity
to present Neve and Neve Pro as your own. To activate the features of Neve Pro, click
on the link in the description box, choose the annual or lifetime plan that fits your
needs and then access your account on Themeisle.com with the credentials received in your inbox. Search for Neve Pro, download the plugin,
upload and install it on your dashboard, and then activate it. One more thing you should do before moving
to the next step is to validate your license in this field under settings. This is useful for future updates and priority
support. The license can be copied from your purchase
history in your Themeisle account. So far, so good. Now, let’s check out the features and options
of Neve Pro vs the free version of the theme. Right within its free version, Neve gives
you access to this outstanding header builder that is giving you the freedom to create headers
with three sections. Check out the video recommended above to see
how to get the best out of Neve, step by step. Now that you have installed and activated
the Neve Pro addon, make sure you enable the Header Booster under Appearance / Neve Options. You can do that in the Neve Pro Addon tab
over here. By default, all of your available modules
are enabled so you can come over here and deactivate what you don’t use. The header booster of Neve Pro is definitely
a module you want to enable. This module’s purpose is to enhance the Header
and Footer builder’s capabilities by adding new awesome components. The sticky and transparent menu options, for
example, work like this: To enable transparency on your header, go
to Header in your customizer and switch this button on. Your heder should be completely transparent
now. If the Header Booster module is disabled or
you don’t have Neve Pro, that button disappears and you no longer have access to header transparency
settings. Turn it back on and you’ll be able to choose
two more options for each header section. For example, if you have a search form and
a button in your Header Bottom section, you can stick only that section to top on scrolling
or you can show it only on scrolling. Now let’s see the header components that you’ll
get access only in Neve Pro. There are two more buttons and HTML elements
you can customize separately, and you can use them on Desktop as well as in the mobile
version of your Header. In the header top section, for example, you
can insert the Contact module as well as the Social Icons of Neve Pro. The menu icon you add to the header that comes
up on mobile devices will open the content you insert over here. Apart from the header builder, the Header
Booster module allows the customization of the Page Header area, which is the area below
the header, where the page title is displayed. This is available only on pages or posts created
with the default editor of WordPress. The page header builder consists of two sections
where you can use, Buttons, HTML areas, and a Page Header Menu component. Apart from HTML code, the HTML component allows
for some magic tags: {title}, {date} and {author} which are replaced automatically on each page
with the actual title of the page, publish date and author name. You can also use banners for advertising in
the HTML component. Within the free version, when you access the
Customizer and click on Layout then go to Blog / Archive over here, you can see all
these settings available for your blog page. The Blog Booster of Neve Pro gives you even
more things to change. You can choose different posts ordering in
this drop-down, change the size of your avatar for different devices and the best one is
that you can change the Read More text without coding. You can select different styles as well, which
is excellent, right? To change the color of these buttons you need
to go to buttons in the customizer. Enable this module of Neve Pro and you’ll
end up with this nice little arrow in the bottom right corner of your website that you
visitors can click on to go back to header instantly. To change the settings of this element, go
to Layout and then click on Scroll To Top. To activate the Custom Layouts module, navigate
to Appearance>Neve Options>Neve Pro Addon and enable the module. After enabling it, make sure you reload the
dashboard page. The modules ads a new sub-menu item under
Appearance called Custom Layouts. To add a new Custom Layout, you first need
to click on Add new and start creating the layout. After that, you need to add a title to the
Custom Layout and choose where you want it to appear on your site. This is done in the Custom Layout Settings
area, at the bottom of the Custom Layout editor. There are two main settings to configure here:
Layout and Conditional Logic. Here is where you need to choose between Header,
Footer, 404 Page or Hooks. If you decide on Hooks, extra options will
popup where you can select the exact hook you want to have the Custom Layout attached
to, from the predefined list of existing hooks and its priority. if you don’t know where does each hook applies,
use the Show/Hide hooks option offered in the WordPress toolbar to get a visual representation
of them. Now that you have decided on a place on the
page for the Custom Layouts, it’s time to select on each page you want the Custom Layout
to be displayed on. By default, if nothing is selected the Custom
Layout will apply on all pages of the site. But if you want more control, you can add
specific rules, that you can combine in order to achieve what you need. Let’s look at a few examples. These are just some cases, you can play with
them by adding AND or OR rules. For example, will it apply only on the Blog
page? If so, set the archive type equal to posts. Will apply on all single product pages? If so, set the post type equal to products. And so on… After publishing the Custom Layout you can
go ahead and add the content of your choice. Neve is partially built using the Elementor
page builder and some of its features can be customized through this plugin. The Elementor Booster module brings a lot
of awesome features that can make your page fun and interactive. All you need to do after configuring the widgets
is press on Publish and that’s all! This module requires you to have an Adobe
account. After the module is enabled, just enter your
unique Project ID and click Save. After everything is set up, you will be able
to use all the fonts from your Adobe account by going to Appearance>Customize>Typography. There you will find two panels for General
elements and Headings where you can change many font options including Font Family. In the free version of the theme, you can
access only these simple WooCommerce settings. The WooCommerce Booster module of Neve Pro
adds new options for the WooCommerce pages. These options can be seen in Appearance, Customize
where you need to click on Layout. Let me import a shop demo first to see exactly
what’s happening when we change these settings. For the Shop page, there are five areas of
customizations. Page Layout, Product Card, Card Image, Card
Content, and Sale Tag. Let’s see how you can use them, one by one. Right here, you can customize the number of
products per row, alongside the number of products per page. The pagination can be designed as a numeric
or infinite scroll, which means that it will be loading a new batch of products on each
scroll. I only have a few demo products here so it
won’t work. The product filtering can be disabled if needed
and a Layout toggle can be enabled. This will add a toggle on the Shop page, which
will display the products either in a grid view or a list view. Neve Pro brings in new options for positioning
the Add to Cart button, Quick view button, which opens as pop-up window with details
about the product, and the possibility to implement a wish list mechanism with any extra
plugin. Just select a position for the Wish List icon,
top or bottom of the product, and once your users click on it, it will automatically add
the selected products to a special list of favorite products. To navigate the list, make sure you add the
Wish List component in the Header builder. There are also options for transforming the
layout of the products in either a grid or a list view, and to add a box-shadow. If you want to make sure all your products
use the exact same image height, no matter their individual sizes, you can select the
Force Same Image Height option. Once that option is selected, you get a new
field where you can enter the exact height, in pixels, that you want to use. Another useful option is to select a hover
effect for the product images. You can choose between None, Zoom or Swipe. If you choose Swipe, on hover, it will show
you the first image from the gallery, if there is an image set. #4 Card Content Easily enable/disable and reorder elements
in the product box. The title, reviews, price, category, as well
as the short description. Decide on an alignment option, left, center
or right and enable Advanced reviews. This way, apart from the total review score
displayed in the form of stars, you’ll see the total review score and how many reviews
are recorded for a particular product. Cool! You can customize the sale tag as well, which
appears on discounted products by choosing its position, inside the product box, or just
on its edge, alignment to the left or right, border-radius, color, and you can type your
own text here which would replace the default “Sale” text. If you want to display a percentage of the
sale, you can Enable sale percentage and the product will display a 30% sale for example,
based on the actual selling prices. Neve Pro brings in customization options for
the single product page as well. Similar to the Shop page, the order of the
elements on the product page can be changed according to your needs. There are two layouts for the gallery; with
the images on the left side of the main image, or at the bottom of the main image. The Gallery can also be transformed into a
slider by enabling the dedicated option. You can also enable zoom effect, breadcrumbs,
and product tabs. Enable related products or related products
slider, show related viewed products and set a custom title for exclusive products below. You can select the category of your exclusive
products in this drop-down. For the Cart page, Neve Pro brings in two
different layouts; with the cart totals box on the right side or at the bottom of the
main content. On the Checkout page, you get two different
background colors, the possibility of making the Order box fixed on scroll, and enabling
or disabling different page elements. A really awesome feature is the one called
Use Labels as Placeholders which, as its name suggests gets rid of all the labels, and displays
them as a placeholder for the form fields. This can totally transform the look and feel
of the checkout page. Another awesome feature of the WooCommerce
Booster is the ability to add a featured video for each product. Similar to adding a featured image, you can
select a video that will show up on the single product page. That’s it for today guys. Next time I will show you more about the White
Label of Neve Pro and how to transform WordPress into an online course website and training
platform with Lifter LMS. If you have questions, please leave a comment
below and make sure to subscribe for more videos like this. See you in the next one, cheers.

3 thoughts on “Neve WordPress Theme: FREE VS PRO – Perfect for WooCommerce & Elementor

  1. Hi Robert. Many thanks for this. I have a client who has products but does not want to display prices as they charge different prices to various types of customers they supply. Is it possible to set up the WooCommerce so that it simply does not display the pricing?

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