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Reading Time: < 1minuteHow can I increase the number of default product variations in WooCommerce?
A WooCommerce variable product is a standard product type which allows you to offer a group of variations (different sizes, colors, prices and so on) in a product to your customer. This simply means that it shows a wider array of attributes which your customers can choose from.
In order to modify this setting, SSH into the server and open your functions.php file located here:
Now, let’s modify the variable:
Constant – WC_MAX_LINKED_VARIATIONS
Filter – woocommerce_ajax_variation_threshold
Reading Time: 2minutesThere 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.
WP-CLI has a wp post delete command which can be used to delete post revisions. Post revisions are changes made to content on your site, over time those post revisions on your site can mount up. The following directions assume you are using one of Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress or Managed WooCommerce products. You can also use these techniques with other WordPress installations, just be sure to run the commands from the primary WordPress installation folder.
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Reading Time: 2minutesIf 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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Reading Time: 2minutesThere 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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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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WooCommerce is a WordPress based plugin used by many small to medium-sized businesses for building, tracking and maintaining an easy to use e-commerce solution. Because WooCommerce is updated regularly with new releases, online sellers can add new and existing features frequently, along with resolving any known bugs or security vulnerabilities. WooCommerce is actively installed on over 4 million WordPress sites and is used to drive e-commerce sales on a significant number of websites.
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