Today we’re going to walk you through what I consider to be the easiest, most reliable method for how to setup automatic updates for your WordPress plugins.
If you’re looking for the best WordPress Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals you’ve come to the right place 🙂
Black Friday has kicked off in earnest and we’ve spent a ton of time collecting the best of the best deals on your favourite WordPress products and services. There is never a better time to get your hands on WordPress hosting deals, plugin discounts and discounted theme offers than the week around Black Friday and Cyber Monday – and this year is no exception. In fact there seem to be more deals than ever and it’s hard to keep up with all the awesome offers out there!
To help you find the best deals, we have listed the best WordPress Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for 2017.
Note: These offers are for LIMITED TIME only. We’ve indicated the expiration date next to each offer. In some cases you won’t need to enter a coupon code.
Today we dive into exactly how to track WooCommerce external/affiliate product link clicks in Google Analytics. WooCommerce is a pretty kickass eCommerce platform for WordPress with full featured Add to Cart/Checkout functionality. But many WooCommerce users sell affiliate products via third party websites like Amazon. In this scenario WooCommerce gives us a great solution to managing our product catalog and when customers click on the “Buy now” button they’re redirected to whatever link you specify. In WooCommerce these are known as “External/Affiliate” products.
This post covers how to fix broken Featured Products in WooCommerce 3.0. If you’ve been displaying WooCommerce Featured Products for some time and they are suddenly no longer displaying at all or appear to be displaying the wrong products, chances are you’ve recently upgraded to WooCommerce 3.0 and your shop is running out of date methods for retrieving WooCommerce products. Well fear not, we’re here with a simple fix to get your featured products displaying correctly again 🙂
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WooCommerce has taken the eCommerce world by storm over the past 6 years. For the longest time there were no really great eCommerce plugins for WordPress. WooCommerce changed all that. Fast forward to 2017 and WooCommerce has become one of the easiest ways to start selling online in just a few minutes. The WooCommerce ecosystem is incredibly diverse and rapidly growing. There are thousands of WooCommerce themes and extensions to cater for just about any kind of online store.