7 Responses

  1. Kayla at Oasis Workflow
    Kayla at Oasis Workflow April 29, 2016 at 03:38 | | Reply

    Thank you for this in depth look at e-commerce via woo commerce! The customer support has been the most useful feature to me. It’s so nice having all of this in a centralised place!

  2. Khawar Zaman
    Khawar Zaman April 29, 2016 at 04:00 | | Reply

    Thanks for stopping by Kayla.
    You are absolutely right, customer support is one of the major pull-ins for today’s demanding consumers.
    Best of luck with all your endeavors.
    🙂

  3. MayaMedia
    MayaMedia April 29, 2016 at 06:32 | | Reply

    Woocommerce is my favorite plugin, I always use this plugin if build online shop..

    regards

    1. Khawar Zaman
      Khawar Zaman May 5, 2016 at 03:48 | | Reply

      Just like millions of other online shoppers across the globe! Thanks for sharing your views with us MayaMedia.

  4. entero
    entero May 1, 2016 at 07:07 | | Reply

    I don’t really think that documentation of woo is really great, especially for beginners in php, but it’s enough to make working eshop. There are a few examples and it’s a big trouble, but you can find classes and methods description. You might feel it when you start to develop custom shipping.

  5. Khawar Zaman
    Khawar Zaman May 5, 2016 at 03:52 | | Reply

    To an extent, your point is right entero, but we also have to consider the fact that the realm of ecommerce outlets is way too broad to be covered significantly in plain documentation. However, being open source means you still get ample help and assistance one way or the other. But you are right, this can trouble newbies sometimes.

    Thanks a lot for stopping by though. 🙂

  6. Rob
    Rob July 8, 2017 at 07:04 | | Reply

    I found this very helpful I am considering opening up a web store. I’m new to this online estores. I looked at wordpress. I like the free part with WordPress it has a lot more to offer. I’m still looking which would be the best for me to use.

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