Display WooCommerce Categories, Subcategories, and Products in Separate Lists

What You’ll Be Creating WooCommerce gives you a few options as to what you can display on your archive pages: products categories (on the main shop page) or subcategories (on category pages) both products and categories. When I’m setting up a store, I normally select the third option: products and categories/subcategories. This means visitors to… Continue reading Display WooCommerce Categories, Subcategories, and Products in Separate Lists

How to Sell Tickets With a WordPress Event Calendar and Tickets Plugin

In this post, I’ll show you how to use the WordPress Events Calendar Registration and Tickets plugin to create different types of events for your website. Most importantly, I’ll show you how to keep track of all attendees and sell tickets for your events. No matter what kind of event you’re organizing, you want people to… Continue reading How to Sell Tickets With a WordPress Event Calendar and Tickets Plugin

Best Practices for Better Mobile commerce UX

With the share of mobile users advancing exponentially, the number of users who shop via mobile phones is also increasing drastically. According to eMarketer, online sales through mobile devices would amount to $3.5 trillion by the end of 2021. It is a huge segment of total revenue and the total number of eCommerce shoppers. Mobile… Continue reading Best Practices for Better Mobile commerce UX

How to Work With WordPress Term Meta: Understanding Taxonomies

In a recent series, we talked all about how we could work with metadata for several of the major classes in WordPress.  This included: Throughout the series, we talked a bit about how WordPress 4.4 introduced the idea of term metadata. I didn’t want to present the concept within the context of that series because… Continue reading How to Work With WordPress Term Meta: Understanding Taxonomies