Category: Managed WooCommerce Hosting

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Whether you are using Managed Hosting products or Managed Application platforms, now may be an optimal time to look into switching your email provider to a different service.

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

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There may be times when you need to clean up post revisions created on your site. This is possible, using the commands already available in WP-CLI.

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If you do not keep site plugins updated along with WordPress core updated, then you run into the chance of your site being hacked or infected by Malware. If your site does get infected by malware, a way to easily find any of the non-standard WordPress core and plugin files is by using the verify checksums commands in WP-CLI (the WordPress Command Line Interface).

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There may be times when bulk deleting orders becomes necessary, such as orders which have been moved to the trash, or orders with the status of payment pending on a store. Deleting orders from wp-admin can be a slow, tedious process, even if you increase the number of orders that load at one time from the default value of 20 in the screen options.

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What is a Redirect?

A redirect is a web server function that will redirect traffic from one URL to another. Redirects are an important feature when the need arises. There are several different types of redirects, but the more common forms are temporary and permanent. In this article, we will provide some examples of redirecting through the vhost file, forcing a secure HTTPS connection, redirection to www and non-www as well as the difference between temporary and permanent redirects.

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The Action Scheduler is a background processing, queue job runner which is built into WooCommerce core. A number of plugins use the Action Scheduler, WooCommerce Subscriptions and WooCommerce Follow-Ups being two of the best known.

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Keeping track of customer accounts is important, and if you want a site administrator to receive a notification that’s a simple task. You can add this code snippet via the Code Snippets plugin (recommended), or manually by pasting it into your theme’s functions.php file:

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If you have products that tend to sell out, or that you typically sell in bulk, it might be beneficial to display the available product quantity. This can ensure your customers can order the quantity or volume they need.

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WooCommerce out of the box is great. It helps you quickly build a checkout process, gives you basic reporting, provides you with a way to add products to your store, and even helps setup shipping for you. But what happens if you want a little more control over your checkout process? What if you want to push the boundaries a bit and hide some checkout fields from the checkout process on specific products or product categories where those fields don’t make sense?

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