The WooCommerce Storefront theme is quite basic, so sooner or later you’ll need to customize it to your needs. For this reason, I’ve written a thorough list of plugins you can install to immediately get that functionality that you wanted.Continue reading Storefront Theme Extensions – The Complete List
Storefront is a free theme (with 100,000+ active install), developed & designed by WooCommerce Core Developers. I’ve put together a list of snippets so that you can quickly and easily customize your Storefront Homepage.Continue reading Storefront Theme: How to Customize Homepage Layout
With seemingly thousands of Free and Premium WordPress themes out there, it can be tricky to pick the right WordPress theme for your business.
While launching a website seems easy, hardest part is finding a theme that meets your content requirement. There is not a single WordPress theme that would meet all the needs of all website owners. Every theme is built for a specific purpose and has its own strengths and weaknesses. Your job is to find the theme that meets your business’s needs.
While there are themes that do it all, they tend to be heavy and bloated because they are designed to meet the requirements of a wide range of website owners. In other words, they do everything but specialize in nothing.
Choosing these resource-consuming and feature-heavy WordPress themes is like getting operated on by a surgeon who has nothing but a Swiss army knife to perform all surgical tasks.
Finding the right WordPress theme requires more than just picking a theme based on look. In this article, we will provide some tips on what to look out for when choosing a WordPress theme. We will also recommend some free tools to help you check a theme’s credibility.Continue reading WordPress: 11 Things to Consider When Selecting a Theme
Here’s a visual hook guide for Storefront Theme by WooCommerce.
This visual guide belongs to my “Visual Hook Guide Series“, that I’ve put together so that you can find WooCommerce hooks quickly and easily by seeing their actual locations. Also, you can copy & paste in seconds and speed up your customization time.
Let me know in the comments what you think about this resource! Enjoy!Continue reading Storefront Theme Visual Hook Guide
These WordPress Portfolio Themes are recommended for photographers, graphic designers, web designers, artists and whoever has something cool to show on a website!
If you didn’t know, a portfolio website is an essential tool that should be able to generate more business and increase your personal brand awareness. There is no doubt that TODAY, a portfolio website is definitely more important than a CV, no matter what creative industry you work in.
Portfolio websites (and therefore themes) usually have a striking image-based and categorized portfolio section, from where each project can be accessed and studied. Besides, huge importance is given to the “about me” page, where the artist should be able to display her skills, abilities, photo and social media feeds. They should also focus on the most important call to action: “contact us”.
Well, we hope you like our collection of WordPress Portfolio themes. Enjoy 🙂
If you have a passion for cooking and want to showcase your recipes (or even turn your hobby into a profitable business!), here are 15+ WordPress Professional Themes you should take a look at.
Whether you plan to build traffic to your recipe blog, set up a membership-only website or even sell your own creations, a ready-made WordPress theme might help you go live fast and concentrate on what you can do best: cooking awesome stuff!
Here’s my selection of recipe themes – look at their demos and see if any of them fits your purpose. Remember, it’s a little investment as opposed to getting custom website development – start small and easy and once you start monetizing you will have more time to grow and add sections to your website 🙂 Continue reading WordPress: 10+ Best Premium Recipe Themes
Sometimes it’s easier (and cheaper) than you think. WordPress Theme Development companies do offer some of their themes for free to build their reputation (and increase their premium sales of course).
Here’s a collection of Free Themes for WordPress that you just can’t miss. From portfolio websites to furniture sales, from business to personal brochures, you’ve got a wide choice. Download for free, install, set up quickly and go live with $0…
Following themes are completely free of charge, as well as documentation and support. When you encounter the term “Lite” or “Light”, it might be a freemium model i.e. the theme is free but if you upgrade to premium you can get extra features.
Enjoy, and if you can leave a comment below 🙂 Continue reading WordPress: 10 Free Themes you Can Really Use!
You’d think WooCommerce had an easy way to get the order tax rate percentage, the same way as you can get almost everything inside the “order object” with a single line of PHP. Well, that’s not the case unfortunately.
The reason is that probably each order can have multiple tax rates, and that tax is not only applied to product prices, but also optionally to shipping, fees and more.
So, how do we get the list of tax rates in a WooCommerce order? Here’s a quick snippet that you can use – enjoy!Continue reading WooCommerce: Get Order Tax Percentage
In today’s digital age, ecommerce has witnessed significant growth, offering numerous opportunities for entrepreneurs and businesses to thrive.
One of this space’s most popular and profitable business models is print on demand (POD). Did you know that the POD market is projected to reach a staggering $67.59 billion by 2032?
With its low, upfront costs, ease of implementation, and limitless creative possibilities, POD has become a lucrative venture for many online store owners.
In this ultimate guide, we will explore how to leverage the power of WooCommerce, a leading ecommerce platform, to set up and manage your print on demand store successfully.Continue reading WooCommerce: The Ultimate Guide To Printing on Demand
Ensuring legal compliance is essential for WooCommerce businesses since it safeguards both the company and its customers.
Compliance with appropriate laws and regulations helps to avert penalties, legal disputes, and poor customer experiences – while establishing a strong reputation in the market.
Moreover, legal compliance demonstrates professionalism and trustworthiness to your customers, fostering a trustworthy shopping environment.
Therefore, investing the time and effort into making your WooCommerce site legally compliant is not only essential but also highly beneficial for your long-term success.Continue reading WooCommerce: How To Make Your Site Legally Compliant
Ever considered the saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words” while designing your WooCommerce store? Well, you should!
Whether you’re new to the world of eCommerce or looking to level up your online business game, this article is your roadmap to success.
We’ll explore practical tips, advanced strategies, and even some challenges that come with creating eye-catching visuals.
All geared toward building an online store that will make visitors fall in love at first sight…
Shall we begin?Continue reading WooCommerce: Elevating Your Store Experience With Visual Content
WooCommerce websites need to be operational at all times: they must load quickly, be secure, and handle large traffic spikes.
Achieving this can be a daunting task without the right strategy and expertise, particularly when dealing with a high number of visitors, as a single problem can result in hours of downtime and lost sales.
In this article, our special guest Martin Ronfort, founder of Dr Tech, will share an overview of the strategies and processes that you can apply to your WooCommerce store and grow with ease
At Dr Tech, in fact, they manage thousands of WooCommerce stores – ranging from small businesses that are just starting out to stores with millions of requests and significant marketing campaigns – and deal with all the technical aspects such as hosting, loading speed, security, updates, backups, uptime, and scalability.
Let’s go, Martin!Continue reading WooCommerce: 11 Performance, Security, and Scalability Tips
On a default theme, such as Storefront, the single product page template is laid out so that the SALE badge comes first, on its own line, then comes the product title, the product price on its own line, the short description, the product’s stock availability and the add to cart button.
As you can see from the screenshot below, there is lots of white space on the right hand side, so for my new business line (WooCommerce Mini-Plugins, you somewhat guessed it, right?) I wanted to improve the single product page layout and move the SALE badge right beside the price, so that I could achieve two objectives: save some space, and also focus the customer attention on the product price as opposed on to the badge.
So, let’s see how I did it. Enjoy!Continue reading WooCommerce: Move Sale Badge Beside Price @ Single Product Page
The Additional Information tab on the WooCommerce Single Product Page displays information about product dimensions, weight, and possible attribute terms.
There are hooks, thankfully, that can help us display additional content in there, either above or below the attributes table. Enjoy!Continue reading WooCommerce: Add Content To Additional Information Tab @ Single Product Page
The frontend WooCommerce product search, for some reason, doesn’t work for SKU values. If it does, then your theme developers were smart enough to include this in their code, because this is a big problem especially for B2B stores.
Today, we’ll study how to alter the product search query, as well as the wc_get_product_id_by_sku() function, which is super helpful to determine the product ID for a given SKU. Enjoy!Continue reading WooCommerce: Search Products By SKU (Frontend)
In April 2015, Google released an algorithm update that favored mobile-friendly pages in Google’s mobile oriented search results. This algorithm was named “Mobilegeddon”, and it gave leverage to those sites that display perfectly on smartphones and other mobile devices.
Clearly, having a mobile-friendly website not only makes it easier to engage and convert mobile using customers, but also paves the way for better ranking and visibility on search engines.
While it is good practice to get a WooCommerce mobile app for your store, it is also important to optimize your website and make it more mobile-friendly.
We will first discover the benefits of making your website more mobile-friendly, and then learn the tips and tricks to optimize it for small devices.Continue reading WooCommerce: How to Make Your Store More Mobile-Friendly
We all want to grow our WooCommerce store sales but creating offers for thousands of products is a nightmare.
What if I said you can grow sales on autopilot and without pouring sweat and money into your business?
This post covers how you can set up automated WooCommerce upsells, discounts, order bumps and other offers – so that you can focus on other aspects of your business while your website does its magic.
Select from ready-made offers, run them on your sites, count your sales, relax.
Without further delays, let’s get started.Continue reading WooCommerce: How to Automate Upsells and Discounts?
Are you looking for ways to raise funds for a charity event or a non-profit organization? There are a multitude number of ways to go about it.
You can host an exclusive or virtual fundraising event, run email campaigns to collect funds, or even encourage friends and families to contribute their parts to the fund. However, these ways require a lot of legwork, including finding a place to host fundraising events, inviting guests, or hiring an email strategist to run marketing campaigns – which is time-consuming and expensive.
The solution? Collecting online donations via WordPress or WooCommerce plugins to effectively raise funds for special causes, such as charities, non-profits, or relief funds.
This article shares the best, easy-to-use, affordable WooCommerce fundraising and donations plugins you can use. Let’s get started!Continue reading WooCommerce: Donation / Fundraising Plugins
Are you looking to build a marketplace where multiple vendors advertise and sell their own products?
Would you like to build the next eBay, or perhaps Etsy, while earning commissions or fees for each vendor or marketplace transaction?
In this article we’ll take a look at the main features, challenges and advantages of building a multivendor platform based on WooCommerce.Continue reading WooCommerce: How to Set Up a Multi Vendor / Marketplace Website
Do you want to tweak and design your WordPress website without hiring a developer? Good news: it’s completely possible with WordPress page builder plugins.
A WordPress page builder plugin comes with an intuitive drag-and-drop interface to create beautiful custom pages and websites. Thus, regardless of your skillset or technical know-how, page builder plugins make designing your ideal website a breeze without writing a single line of code.
Now, if you’re wondering which WordPress page builder plugin you should consider, you’re in the right place. In this article, we’ll review one of the most popular options: Elementor, which is considered the gold standard. Elementor is the second most-installed WordPress plugin with 2 million active installations – used by around 15.9% of WordPress websites.
We’ll start with Elementor’s brief overview and further review the plugin’s interface, features, and pricing to help you determine whether it’s the right choice for your site. Let’s go!Continue reading WooCommerce + Elementor: Let’s Build Cool Stuff