Why WooCommerce Requires Specialist Hosting

Why WooCommerce Requires Specialist Hosting

WooCommerce is, of course, a WordPress plugin but, like almost any form of e-commerce, a WooCommerce site requires far more resources than a regular WordPress content site. We explain why that is, and how the subsequent poor performance and errors are far more damaging to an online store.

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Host Your Own Restaurant Ordering System With WordPress And WooCommerce

Host Your Own Restaurant Ordering System With WordPress And WooCommerce

Want to create your very own restaurant ordering system using WordPress? Those third-party ordering systems sure are convenient, but they usually take a hefty chunk of your sales – and that sucks!

With WordPress and WooCommerce, you can create your own fully-functioning restaurant ordering system where you get to keep all the money. No more third-parties eating up your margins!

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8 Bulletproof Ways to Increase Your WooCommerce Sales

8 Bulletproof Ways to Increase Your WooCommerce Sales

Follow these eight bulletproof tips to increase your WooCommerce store sales and pound your pathetic, stunned competitors into the dust.

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Complete Guide: How To Create A WooCommerce Wholesale Order Form

woocommerce wholesale order form example

Struggling with how to create a WooCommerce wholesale order form for your store? The normal WooCommerce product pages are good for a lot of things – but wholesale ordering isn’t really one of them.

In this post, I’ll show you how to create a WooCommerce wholesale order form. Plus, this method also gives you the flexibility to customize things even further to match your unique needs.

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How To Create A WooCommerce List View For Products

woocommerce list view example

Want to create a WooCommerce list view to display your products instead of the default WooCommerce shop page?

In this post, I’ll first talk about which types of stores can benefit from a list view. Then, I’ll show you how the WooCommerce Product Table plugin can help you generate a simple WooCommerce list view shortcode for your store.

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WPWeekly Episode 315 – WordPress 4.9.6, Gutenberg, and Stolen Goats

WPWeekly Episode 296 – Gutenberg, Telemetry, Calypso, and More With Matt Mullenweg

In this episode, John James Jacoby starts the show by giving everyone a status update on bbPress 2.6. We review the new privacy features in WordPress 4.9.6 Beta 1 and provide feedback. We tell you what’s new in Gutenberg 2.8 and comment on WooCommerce’s new Products insertion block. Last but not least, John describes watching security footage of a woman stealing metal goats off his property at 4:30 AM.

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WordPress 4.9.6 Beta 1 Adds Tools for GDPR Compliance
4.9.6 Schedule Changes
What’s new in Gutenberg? (May the 4th)
Making it easier to add products to posts and pages with the Products block for Gutenberg
WooCommerce 3.4 RC1
Recap of Attending the First WordCamp Retreat

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How To Create A WooCommerce Order Form For Easier Shopping

regular woocommerce shop page

Depending on what you’re selling at your WooCommerce store, the typical shop page might not be the best way to present your products. Instead, a WooCommerce order form can sometimes be a more efficient way to showcase your wares, especially when you need a more compact layout to display more products in the same space.

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WPWeekly Episode 312 – Dragon Drop, WordPress Accessibility Statement, and WooCommerce GDPR

WPWeekly Episode 296 – Gutenberg, Telemetry, Calypso, and More With Matt Mullenweg

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I start the show by sharing our thoughts on Mark Zuckberberg’s congressional hearing. We then discuss what’s new in Gutenberg 2.6 and describe our user experience. We let you know what’s in WooCommerce 3.3.5 and discuss what the development team is doing to prepare for GDPR compliance.

Stories Discussed:

Gutenberg 2.6 Introduces Drag and Drop Block Sorting
Theme Review Changes Place More Onus Onto Theme Authors
WordPress Accessibility Statement
WooCommerce 3.3.5 Released
How WooCommerce is tackling GDPR

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