WooCommerce is the most popular shopping cart plugin for WordPress and for a good reason. It comes free at first then it is heavily extended with premium plugins that offer advanced functionality. Is WooCommerce worth it for your business? Read on to see how it compare with other shopping carts and find out its advantages, disadvantages and limitations.
WooCommerce shopping cart is unquestionably the most popular eCommerce solution for WordPress with over 1.5 million downloads at the present.
WordPress is the most popular CMS out there but that is also its greatest weakness since is a favorite target to hacking attacks.
If you want to sell products online and you don’t have enough money saved for a custom professional website here’s what you can do.
In the previous post Front-end user registration with WordPress and Theme my Login I explained how to create a custom dashboard for users. I advise reading that before you proceed. In this article I will explain how a WordPress admin can upload files for specific users. This is a great solution in case you would need to provide private reports for individual users.
In this article I will explain how you can achieve a front-end user registration functionality with WordPress.
In the following post I will present some of the snippets for the functions.php file that I use in all my professional WordPress projects, so clients can enjoy a better experience when managing their content.
If you have a Ticketsoft account and you’d like to pull in feeds on your server in the WordPress installation see below instructions. Let’s take as an example a cinema chain that would like to pull the showtimes on their server then they will link to the details page on Ticketsoft for payment.
WordPress is a free open source publishing platform. It is easy to use by clients and flexible, however to unleash its true power we need to install few more plugins. The most flexible and stable plugin for managing Custom Fields is called Custom Field Template and it can be found here.