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Those of you who run WooCommerce online shops or have worked with WooCommerce premium themes are well aware of their limits. Whatever premium theme you use, the customizability you get for shop sections such as product list, product detail, shopping cart and checkout pages is zero to none or can only be done via custom coding which in itself is a painful process and sometimes requires extra fees.
Here’s a tutorial on how to add WooCommerce Login Pop-up and Registration for Your Store. The WooCommerce Login Popup and Shortcodes plugin makes it possible for you to set up a pop-up page wherein your customers can quickly log-in, register, or even reset password.
One of the reasons why you should add WooCommerce login pop-up and registration for your store is very simple: good user-experience. Customers want to act fast. They want to make a purchase and manage their accounts instantly, so you make all features accessible for them in a snap! You let them complete their transactions almost in one page or without having to leave it.
By the end of this Elementor vs Beaver Builder comparison, my goal is that you’ll have all the knowledge you need to pick the page builder that’s right for your site.
Updating your WordPress website is essential if you want to keep it running smoothly. As you may know, however, updates can roll back custom changes that you or your developer have made to your site. This results in wasted time, and the need to re-do important work.
WordPatch is a plugin designed to deal with this problem. It can automatically re-apply your custom modifications each time part of your site is updated, so no one has to go in and do so manually. Let’s take a close look at what WordPatch offers and how it works, and see if it’s worth picking up!
When WooCommerce displays the single product page, by default it shows the products categories. If you’re not using categories to organize your products, it’s usually a better idea to remove this meta information altogether.