You may want to display the WooCommerce total sales count for your products. When re-designing my product pages, you can read what I did here, I wanted to add on the front of the site the ‘total sales’ of the product.
I wanted to write a super quick blog post (so I could link to it from another article) about how to create a Child theme for your WordPress Theme. It really is a lot easier than you’d think. There’s some key things to look for. In this ‘how to’ I’m using the plugin hunt theme …
WooCommerce is a great plugin, we moved from WPeStore to WooCommerce almost 2 years ago now and even though it’s taken time to set up and to find a theme which I like. It’s worth the effort.
As I gear up to doing this full time, I wanted to make sure I had all the tools in place and part of that is consistent branding.
There’s some subtle changes you’ll see over the next few months with the site, and some more major changes… find out what’s coming..
If by some divine intervention you’ve not seen me banging on about Zero BS CRM then I’ll give a quick recap.
Woody and I, collaborated to develop and launch a FREE WordPress Plugin which transforms your WordPress install into a CRM (customer relationship management) tool.
CodeCanyon used to be great for creatives. Alongside Incorporation to the US and significant changes to the platform, find out Why I removed my Plugins.
OK. It’s time for another short web app challenge update. If you’ve not been following along with the blog posts about the challenge you can check them out below
As I start to line up for the web app challenge, the first thing I wanted to settle on was the ‘stack’ to use to build the app.
Demo content? Why would I want that for my WordPress website? Well in this post I look at why demo content is useful and why themes should generally include demo content in their packages (and some reasons why some do not).
I wanted to write a short blog update on my UK web app challenge following on from the announcement post that I quit my job.