Victoria Kudryashova said:
we recommend to use WOO version if you are experienced user already and know how WooCommerce works.
You're sure right there Victoria!
Learnt the hard way or should I say by being impatient and not waiting for support email update
owing to time zones, (wanted WP Shopper theme installed and got DaVinci installed instead), so I thought could go ahead and install a WooCommerce + a free WP theme on my own.
Gotta put my hands up now and hang my head in embarrassment that through not waiting, I've messed up my website.
The error messages, I've being getting trying to backtrack is beyond my head now as it looks like I've deleted the main AliDropship plugin and left the Woo version and goodness knows what else I've messed up. (Now realise they need each other to work with WP themes).
Wonder if Anna at CustomerSupport (she's been great so far with answering my questions)
will accept my deep deep deep ashamed apology and get me back up and running with DaVinci again?
Only one way to find out!
Will say, anyone reading this and think they know WP, even just a little bit or alot, you probably do BUT do you know the WooCommerce theme ins and outs too? If not, follow the AliDropship team's advice - stick with the DaVinci, Michelangelo or Rembrandt themes until you get some WooCommerce experience or a WP DoneForYou version.
I will be following my own advice and sticking to DaVinci, Michelangelo or Rembrandt themes with my anticipated additional dropship stores once this first one is sorted.