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!
Follow these eight bulletproof tips to increase your WooCommerce store sales and pound your pathetic, stunned competitors into the dust.
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.
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.
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.
In my MyCryptoCheckout review, I’ll show you how this plugin can help you accept cryptocurrency payments on WooCommerce or Easy Digital Downloads without any transaction fees or third-party gateways.
GDPR no longer needs an introduction. It is omnipresent, from the many information evenings to the explanations on radio and TV. Everyone has an opinion about “GDPR”. This comes as no surprise because the impact of this regulation is difficult to underestimate.
Starting 25 May 2018 all companies that process personal data of EU citizens are obliged to be GDPR compliant, and personal data covers a broad spectrum! An IP address, cookies or Twitter feeds are also classified as personal data. The penalties for non-compliance with GDPR are very high. Reason enough to ensure that you take the necessary steps to make your website GDPR Ready. And we want to help you with this!
Sometimes you want to make a splash with a sale at your store. Other times, you’d prefer to keep things a bit more selective.
This post is about the latter – specifically, how to create a secret sale at your WooCommerce store.
With a secret sale, you’ll have pinpoint control over exactly which users have access to your sale prices.
You can either:
- Create a private category (or categories) and grant access to specific user roles or create a password to allow entrance to the secret sale categories.
- Make your entire WooCommerce store private so that only authorized users can access any part of your store (including the sale).
If there’s one feature that you’ll find on nearly every single affiliate website, it’s a product comparison table. Seriously – I think a requirement for joining the Amazon Associates affiliate program is that you be able to create product comparison tables – they’re that common.
But despite their ubiquity, most people still laboriously create their product tables using page builders, custom HTML, or an Excel-like table plugin like TablePress.
In this article, I’m going to show you an alternative solution that’s a great option if you’re running an affiliate website powered by WooCommerce.
Need to create a private WooCommerce category that only authorized users have access to? With the right tools, you can make one or more categories on your store completely private.
Then, you can either give automatic access to certain user roles that you specify or give users a password that they can use to access the private category.
This comes in handy if you need to create a:
- Separate category of wholesale products that only certain users have access to.
- Private category that’s just for members, like if you’re running a membership site and want to offer a special set of products to just those members.
- Your own niche use. I’m sure you can think up lots of other site-specific uses!