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I’ve been following this 3-day work schedule this summer and I’m pretty happy with it – so much so that I may decide to keep at least one full day to myself, my wife and family during the week this coming winter (Tuesday? Thursday?). Sometimes I feel Saturday and Sunday are rest days only on paper… family, friends, shopping, cooking, driving, etc. but they don’t really allow me to fully recharge. I like the idea of 4-day workweeks, but I’d prefer to take the extra day off in the middle of the week, and not on a Friday (because that would feel just like a longer weekend). Thoughts?
Anyhow, here are this week’s WooCommerce tips – enjoy.
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1. WooCommerce Tips & Snippets
By Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
Now, what if you don’t use the “Short description” in your WooCommerce store, and you wish to display the “Long description” on the right hand side of the featured image instead? Well, here’s a simple snippet for you. Read more
By Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
You’d think that this was a core WooCommerce setting – it’s not. In fact, from the WordPress “Customizer“, you can set the product category page display to “Show products” only, “Show subcategories” only, or “Show subcategories and products” (see screenshot below). But these 3 options, in my opinion, could and should do much better. Read more
By Maddy Osman, Nexcess
Store owners need to find a way to optimize product images in a way that speeds up WooCommerce. Some ways to do so involve modifying WooCommerce product image sizes and working with tools and programs to convert and deliver images quickly. Read more
2. ICYMI: WooCommerce Articles
Today, I’d like to share another anti-spam snippet that I’m currently testing on Business Bloomer. Most carding attacks, in fact, end up with the purchase of a single product in the $1-$9 range – which means that limiting the daily sales for specific, inexpensive, products may do the trick. Read more ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
In today’s “episode” I will try to clean the WordPress User database table after a failed order, because I’m really angry when “17PmU3MmKZS9ZAy7 17PmU3MmKZS9ZAy7” manages to register an account on Business Bloomer after a carding attack! Read more ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
Here’s my second attempt to fight against WooCommerce spam, without installing a captcha plugin. A few posts ago I covered the My Account user registration spam, so today I want to tackle the WooCommerce Checkout, and try to “trick” spam bots. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
The “Password Changed” email is – actually – a WordPress core notification. It goes to admins when a WordPress user changes their password, and the email body says something along the lines of “Password changed for user: XYZ“. WooCommerce provides us developers with a handy filter, that we can use for this exact reason. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
Today I’d like to experiment a little, and see what happens when we include the “add to cart template” (i.e. the one you see on the WooCommerce Single Product page) under each product on the WooCommerce Shop page. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
In this experiment, we will first calculate the current product’s categories, and then use a WooCommerce shortcode to output them as a grid, right below the related products section. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
There is a native, handy way to get a WooCommerce customer’s last order. This time, I want to write some custom code to get the second last order instead. We will indeed reuse most of the above function code and change it slightly. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
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