Tag: 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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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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If you’re selling physical products with your WooCommerce store, you already know that accurate inventory counts are really important. You need to know how many t-shirts you have on hand, or if it’s time to restock specialty items after a big sale. With WooCommerce, it’s easy to see how much you’ve sold on your store and watch stock levels. 

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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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