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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So far, we’ve covered a good variety of WooCommerce topics – we touched on order management, product creation and shop customizing. One scenario we haven’t covered yet is selling non-physical products. For example, what would you do if you needed to sell a subscription or a digital download?

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Setting custom related products in WooCommerce

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In one of our last articles on WooCommerce we covered how to turn off the related products section. Along a similar line of thought what if you want to customize this area instead of disable it? In this article we’ll show how you can control the related products that show in this section of your product pages!

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There are many reasons to not include related products on your store. Regardless of those reasons, there’s a couple options for you if you’re looking to remove, or stop, the related products from showing on your store.

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Control Number of Products Per Page in WooCommerce

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A common question that comes up after someone gets their WooCommerce store setup is about customization. Setting up your store and getting the products loaded in is just part of running any web store. One of the biggest benefits to WooCommerce is the opportunity for customization.

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Viewing and managing orders in WooCommerce

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You’ve set up your products, your store is live, and the orders are coming in, just like you had hoped. But where can you see your orders within your dashboard? After all, setting up your online store is just one half of this journey – fulfilling orders is the other half!

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Building Product Variations in WooCommerce

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Let’s say you have an WooCommerce shop where you sell varying types of trinkets and knickknacks. Maybe you have a fantastic glove collection and want to start selling them. So you’ve got a handful of products built in the store and things are going smooth.

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Managing Product Inventory in WooCommerce

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You’ve added all your products, but where do you manage your inventory within your dashboard? No good eCommerce platform would be complete without inventory management – after all no one wants to manage they by hand. In this post we’ll take a look into how this works so you won’t have to manage stock yourself.

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Accepting payments with PayPal on WooCommerce

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Without a doubt PayPal is the most used payment processing service around today. At the time of writing this, PayPal accounts for 73.31% of Payment Processing services and is used on more than 760k domains. With such a significant market-share it’s hard to not accept PayPal. There are alternatives like Stripe, Square, or Authorize.net. All these options will accept and process payments from major credit card networks.

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Using Stripe as a Payment Gateway in WooCommerce

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When you’re building an eCommerce store you’ll eventually need to set up a solution for accepting payments. Your site’s payment processing can be managed with services like PayPal, Square, or others. When you set up a WooCommerce you find that out of the box it supports: Direct bank transfers, Check payments, cash on deliver, and PayPal.

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Adding categories to WooCommerce Products

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So you’re building out your new eCommerce store and are adding in your products. Maybe you are going to sell a mixture of varying styles of Belts and Hats. So you have all your Belts in and are going to start adding the Hats, how do you keep everything organized though? Well, similar to WordPress posts you can set categories and tags for your products.

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