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Thread: Which is best to build an eCommerce website, a theme or coding?

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    Which is best to build an eCommerce website, a theme or coding?

    Hi All,

    I am planning to build a website where products are Bamboo and wooden kitchenware. I am curious to know when i build a website to sell online (eCommerce website) . Which one is better: using a ready-made theme or using a customized website with coding? for coding which coding language is best for security and features. Any suggestion will be appreciated.

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    It really depends on what you need, custom coded sites are useful for your exact requirements but can be expensive. It'd be worth creating a pros and cons for yourself.

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    The best approach to building an e-commerce website depends on your specific needs, preferences, and level of expertise.

    Using a pre-built theme can be a quicker and more cost-effective option for those who want to get their site up and running quickly without extensive coding knowledge. Themes often come with built-in features and layouts tailored for e-commerce, making them a suitable choice for beginners or those with limited time.

    However, if you require unique design elements, advanced customization, or specific functionalities not readily available in themes, coding your website from scratch or hiring a developer may be the better option. This approach allows for complete control over the design and functionality of your site, ensuring it meets your exact requirements and stands out from the competition.

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    Choosing between a pre-made theme and custom coding for your eCommerce site It's like picking between speed and flexibility. Pre-made themes are quick and easy, while custom coding gives you more control. It all boils down to your budget, timeline, and design need

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