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.
You come across a pair of gloves that are identical to another you already built out, the only difference is the color. So what’s the best way to set that new product up? What about if you sell the same item in varying size? In this article we’ll learn about product variations and how these can help! Continue reading “Building Product Variations in WooCommerce”
You’ve added all your products, but where do you manage your inventory within your dashboard? No good eCommerce platform would be complete with out 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. Continue reading “Managing Product Inventory in WooCommerce”
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.
The fact that it’s so widely used means a lot of consumers already have a PayPal account setup. If you want your site to be one of the 760k websites that accept PayPal you can enable it in these simple steps. The PayPal standard version is included for use by default with WooCommerce. WooCommerce also allows you to easily setup PayPal Express Checkout, Braintree, PayPal Payments Pro, or PayPal Advanced.
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When you’re building an eCommerce store you’ll eventually need to setup up a solution for accepting payments. Your site’s payment processing can be managed with services like PayPal, Square, or others. When you setup a WooCommerce you find that out of the box it supports: Direct bank transfers, Check payments, cash on deliver, and PayPal.
When you want to use some other service you’ll have to add support for it. Luckily the WooCommerce platform has a lot of options for payment gateways. In this KB article we’ll show you how to setup Stripe to work in your WooCommerce store. With our Managed WooCommerce Hosting you have Stripe pre-installed and ready to activate. Continue reading “Using Stripe as a Payment Gateway in WooCommerce”
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.
Categorization is a great way to organize if you have a variety of products, or want to make it easy for your customers to find products that fall into a certain group. Having access to these taxonomies is a very valuable tool, a well organized product catalog can make a world of difference for customers. Continue reading “Adding categories to WooCommerce Products”
When you build your eCommerce site one of the first things you’ll do is create products. No good web store is complete without having good product images with each item you sell. A good product image can help consumers imagine the item in person and may help lead to more sales. Having a gallery for the product is even better! Continue reading “Adding Images and gallery images to WooCommerce Products”
So you’ve just setup your new WooCommerce site, setup your store’s theme – what’s next? Well first, congratulations on setting up your new WooCommerce store!
Now you’re probably excited to take the next step: adding your products. This article will help walk you through adding new products to your WooCommerce! Continue reading “Creating a new Product in WooCommerce”
When working on a WordPress site, especially stores, you’ll likely reach a point where you need something custom. You might want to customize something that doesn’t have a true setting in WordPress? Or, you need to add a custom hook to modify something? Or, maybe you need to customize part of your WooCommerce store?
No matter the case, making code changes means you’ll need to know the right place to do that. In this article we cover the best ways to get this done and some best practices.
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In the previous few articles we installed the WHMCS plugin and configured it with the Storm API. This article will cover the fun part, actually using the plugin to create new cloud based products! We’ll go over the plugin’s “Product Setup Wizard”, which makes it easy to create new products based on our Cloud VPS, Cloud Dedicated VPS, and Private Cloud products. Continue reading “Creating Your First Cloud Product with Liquid Web Reseller Plugin”
In the previous article we covered the basics of WHMCS, the benefits of using our WHMCS plugin, and how to enable the plugin and widgets we provide in our plugin. This article will cover getting your WHMCS server and the plugin connected to the Storm API.
We’ll cover how to configure the WHMCS plugin to authenticate with Liquid Web’s API, as well as how to obtain access to our API, if you’re not yet our customer. In the next article we’ll cover the plugin’s “Product Setup Wizard”, which makes it easy to create new products based on our Cloud VPS, Cloud Dedicated VPS, and Private Cloud products.
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