A NEW WAY TO SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE
With Experience theme you can share your knowledge by offering experiences, either free or premium. Just create activities and choose the best way to display them from one of our layouts: grid, grid with text and full info. Every layout can be edited in the dashboard like a page and you can add more content before the experiences' list, which displays your activities/experiences starting from the newest ones.
Two experiences per line with the featured image and the information appears on mouse hover (click on mobile devices and tablets). In this demo, we've added some information before the experiences with the Page Builder.
Grid with text Layout
Two experiences per line with the featured image and the information below it: title, author, price, duration, maximum people and "Like it" button. In this demo, we've added some information before the experiences with the Page Builder.
Full info Layout
One experience per line with the featured image at the left and the information and sepcifications at the right: title, author, price, duration, maximum people and "Like it" button. In this demo, we've left the layout as it comes, i.e., with no more content above it.
EVERYTHING AT A GLANCE: THE EXPERIENCE SINGLE PAGE
We've designed a unique single page for the experiences. In this page you can take a look at its specifications, author, description, availability... But above all, you can book it with the calendar and its PayPal integration. Take a look!
Once you've configured your PayPal merchant ID, you just have to specify which dates are available for the experience that you offer. Even more, your calendar will be updated automatically when somebody books your activity, and it will become unavailable once the day has reached its max. people limit.
Single variations: Light, dark, aside...
Having in mind different needs, we've designed some variations for the single page. There're two different color variations for the main specifications, sidebar or bottom information and reviews, according to other important elements of the theme. Finally, you can also choose the position of the main specifications.
We know that every activity that you/your team offer is special and genuine. That's why all your experiences will have unique specifications in Experience theme like its price (or if it's free), duration, city, people, entrance fees, transportations... Just add, edit or remove them in the experience single page editor. It's that easy!
We know how important is to transmit proximity to your possible clients, and for that it's necessary to make them feel that there are real persons behind your project. You can choose to show the author box in the sidebar, with some information, contact details, etc.
There're reviews for your activities. They are independent from the posts comments and only the registrated users can make a review of your activities, and you can choose to display them or not. These reviews are the ones that appear in the Last Reviews widget.
Experiences taxonomy: Type
We have created an exclusive taxonomy for the activities/experiences. It appears at the top of the experiences layouts and it's used as a filter. However, we have designed an unique taxonomy page in which the Type works like a category. Don't forget to customize it in the dashboard with some icons to use our Experiences Types carousel widget!
Page Builder: infinite possibilities
You can create everything you want with the Page Builder, even for the experiences layouts and the experiences' single pages. Just switch the editor to the Page Builder tab and start adding widgets. Amazing,isn't it?
Take a look at the Single Experience page!
TWO NEW EXCLUSIVE USERS
We've created two new exclusive users for the Experience theme: the Experience Contributor and the Client. Keep reading to stay informed of their permissions and usabilities.
The Experience Contributor
The Experience Contributor is a specific member of your team who can create new experiences, and manage the bookings of his/her own experiences.
The Client is the user who can book experiences. This user has to create an account first and can only book an experience if he/she is logged in.