Author: Dan Pock

Dan Pock does technical support at Liquid Web with a background in System Administration, Public Relations, and Customer Service. His favorite things include his cats, Oscar Boots, and Dash Nougat; experimenting with PHP; and making up recipes (or at least attempting to). You can find his coding hijinks on GitHub, where he shares most of his projects and open source work.

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How can I increase the number of default product variations in WooCommerce?

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What is the Liquid Web iThemes Bundle

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Category: Featured Articles | Tags: WordPress
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In a recent press release on our Blog, we announced that Liquid Web has acquired iThemes — a leader in WordPress plugin development. Needless to say, this is an exciting time. Another important step in our commitment to make WordPress hosting easier than ever.

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Do you run a web store on Shopify (or BigCommerce) and wish you had more control over things? Maybe you wish you had more Payment options on your shop, more Staff accounts, or a more straight forward shop building experience. No matter what the cause, moving to a WooCommerce based shop can give you more control and flexibility over your store. Migrating your store can be a huge headache though, so how do you get that job done?

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Customize the WooCommerce Thank You page

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Have you ever wanted to provide product specific information right after a customer checks out? Or, what about customizing the title of the thank you page? Well we’ve thought about that too. So we built a plugin that allows you to set a global and product specific thank you pages.

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It can happen. And it’s embarrassing. A visitor searches your site for a product and whatever their search terms are, no products are found. Instead of a missed opportunity to convert that visitor into a paying customer, consider showing them some products that might be of interest to them.

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Lets say you have an eCommerce business selling customized coffee mugs. Each mug you sell gets a custom message printed on it and you just fill the orders as they come in. You know each mug gets customized before shipping out, so you don't really need to track the inventory.

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Create a direct ‘Add to Cart’ link for Products in WooCommerce

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If you run a blog and a store all on the same WordPress instance, chances are you are going to talk about products you sell in your blog posts. So, how can you make it easy for your visitors to add products you blog about directly to their cart? You can create a URL that you can use in your posts.

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Depending on the products you sell, you may want to add a product inquiry tab so that it’s available for your shoppers in the event that they want to contact you about the product. Let’s look at two ways you can do this.

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By default WooCommerce adds in a SKU custom field to products, but that may not cover your needs, depending on the products you offer. If you’re selling books or magazines ISBN numbers are going to be necessary. Various GTIN (Global Trade Identification Number) options are also important, both for selling and for tracking your products.

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Setting Featured Products in WooCommerce

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Featuring products on your website is a great way to show your best selling or popular products from your store. And setting products as featured products is super simple. WooCommerce has some built in functionality to making this happen. Let’s take a look below.

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