Cavite Catering is the second website that I had done, for free, for the purposes of building up my portfolio. As with Fabulous Fashions, I built this site for two additional reasons.
Practice. I wanted more practice working with WooCommerce.
This site was built for my ex and the mother of two of my children. She is a fantastic cook and had been talking about starting a catering business for some time. So, I killed two birds with one online stone.
As I said, this site utilized WooCommerce, so it goes without saying that it is built with WordPress.Once again, I wish to point out that this site also utilizes a child theme.
As with Fabulous Fashions, I used the Storefront theme by Automattic. I have plans to change the theme to Luzuk’s Panadero Bakery theme. Unfortunately, they do not provide any dummy data for the free version, so to make it look like the demo I will have to do a lot of manual customization. This is another challenge that I am eagerly waiting to take on.
I think it is worth noting that I have personally set up the first twelve products for this site. The images came from my ex, but many of the write-ups are my own. However, I will admit that these will also be enhanced when I have a chance to sit down with her and go through them one at a time.
I also created a Facebook page complete with a SHOP. The Facebook page Shop products all link back to the corresponding product pages in WooCommerce.
I am trying to convince her to do some cooking lessons videos for YouTube, as well. However, since she has not agreed, yet, I did not create the YouTube channel.