WooWeekly #478: Read-only Fields | Quantity Input Arrows | DB Optimization

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Welcome back to WooWeekly, your weekly appointment with WooCommerce tutorials, tips and updates handpicked for you (and the other 18,569 subscribers), so that you can learn something new.

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Anyhow, as every week, here’s your round-up of WooCommerce tips and tricks. Enjoy!

Rodolfo Melogli


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WooCommerce Tips

WooCommerce: Read-only Checkout Fields

There is a way to turn each checkout field into read-only inputs. In this way, the saved billing and shipping address will load, and the logged in customer won’t be able to change any data before checkout. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Hide Add To Cart Quantity Input Arrows

Most browsers show “up and down” arrows inside number inputs. The WooCommerce add to cart quantity is a number input also, which means this will get the arrows as well. But especially when you have add to cart plus minus buttons, the up and down arrows become useless. So, here’s a way to hide them via custom CSS. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

The 12 best WooCommerce products filter plugins (+ step-by-step setup guide)

Imagine a supermarket with no sections and no organization whatsoever. There are chips next to milk next to a mop next to a guitar. Wouldn’t you just skedaddle out of there? Well, a WooCommerce online store without product filters is exactly like that! And with so many plugins available, it can be difficult to choose the best option – in this post, we’ll reveal some of the best WooCommerce filter plugins for your online store. by Maria Ansari, Barn2

An introduction to WooCommerce database optimization

Your database is the backbone of your WooCommerce powered store. It not only stores essential information, but also plays a major (and often unsung) role in determining the speed, efficiency and overall performance of your store. In this post we’ll get into some of the common database performance issues that might be silently hampering your store’s potential and how to resolve them. by Austin Beresford, 20i

How to Edit The My Account Page in WooCommerce

In a default WooCommerce install, the WooCommerce My Account page is tough to edit. Making changes to this part of your WordPress site is usually limited to developers with knowledge of PHP, Ajax, custom CSS, and extensive coding knowledge. However, the good news is with the help of the straightforward WooCommerce Account Pages plugin, you can make all sorts of alterations to your account pages without the need for any coding knowledge. by Gina Lucia, Iconic

Ecommerce customer data management tips

Efficient ecommerce data management can mean the difference between owning a thriving store or joining the roughly 90 percent of ecommerce businesses that fail. Discover what ecommerce data management is, the types you need to know, how it can help your business, and some best practices for implementation below. The survival of your business depends on it. by Nexcess


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ICYMI: WooCommerce Snippets

WooCommerce: How to Reuse Zoom/Lightbox Scripts On Non-Product Images

WooCommerce: Remove “(optional)” From Checkout Field Labels

WooCommerce: Product Archive For Shipping Classes

WooCommerce: Split Cart Into Packages

WooCommerce: Set Different Currency For Manual Orders

WooCommerce: Conditionally Display Content to Customers [Shortcode]

WooCommerce: Decrease Product ‘Total Sales’ Upon Refund

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