Ever wanted to customize your FoxyCart checkout so that it looks just like your website? I get this question a lot so I’ve put together a demo video explaining how to build a WordPress template that will work as a checkout template.
If you would like to use FoxyShop in a Headway-based theme, the default template structure won’t work within the Headway framework and you’ll end up with unstyled FoxyShop pages. There is a solution, however. I’ve built a plugin for FoxyShop which creates HT content blocks for all FoxyShop content. This post will outline the instructions for getting FoxyShop up and running in a site that is running the Headway framework.