After building the WP Dispensary plugin and and add-on’s like MMJMenu Sync, WooCommerce Connect, Inventory Management, & Locations it was time to work on a top shelf theme that brings the entire package together.
Since late last year I’ve been hard at work on various development projects. While I’ve spent time blogging about each of them here, I haven’t updated the posts with new details about each of the projects.
This post is aiming to do that.
This has been my biggest focus the last couple of months. What started in November of last year has quickly turned into a pet project with the potential of growing into a full fledged business.
Since I first blogged about WP Dispensary here, I’ve released two new versions (1.2 and 1.3 respectively).
Within the last few months I have been developing this plugin from the ground up. I’ve ensured that when the product was released, there would be a great use for it, and a demand for more solutions like it.
With a market that is 29 states strong right now, and more states positioned to legalize medical marijuana as well as recreational marijuana over the next 5-10 years, I want to cater to this growing industry and provide the professional websites that dispensary owners deserve.
Professional dispensary websites.
The goal of the WP Dispensary plugin is to give a dispensary owner the ability to add and edit their menu of products with ease, directly from their WordPress dashboard.