WordPress has become the most popular content management system in the world. While the software itself is pretty darn impressive, webmasters often find themselves in need of something a little extra. This will be true for those that utilize the WooCommerce system in conjunction with the WordPress CMS. The combination works significantly well, but there is one minor problem. Attempting to edit WooCommerce products through the WordPress system can be a downright hassle. That will soon change with the launch of a brand-new WordPress Plugin.
The fact that you’re here tells me that you are interested in WordPress. You have probably already uncovered the immense potential that this popular online platform hold for both creating and enhancing a website, business or blog. And it shows no signs of slowing down.
Ever since the beginnings of WordPress, it has proven just what great ideas can do and has given many individuals chances of expressing their original views and concepts to the wold at large, even without possessing complex technical knowledge, simply by choosing from the hundreds of templates featured on WordPress.
Until now, there was no easy way to create a WooCommerce product catalog to list products in a neat and compact format. In this post, I’ll walk you through how to do this using the new WooCommerce Product Table plugin, which was released last week. What is a WooCommerce Product Catalog? The term ‘product catalog’ is often used to mean different things. Looking for a suitable WooCommerce plugin can be quite confusing! Some product catalog plugins (e.g. YITH WooCommerce Catalog Mode, Catalog for WooCommerce and WooCommerce Catalog) disable the ‘Add to Cart’ button so you can’t buy online. This creates a read-only version of…
Do you regularly upload videos to your blog? It’s not such an easy task as everyone thinks.
In case your video is too large, it may take ages and megabytes of bandwidth to buffer. Visitors with poor or expensive mobile Internet connections won’t be able to afford it and will barely return to your website again. Besides, the video should play fine in all browsers and on all mobile devices.
Thus, before uploading a video into your WordPress blog or website, you need to optimize it for mobile gadgets, and for a fast and smooth streaming. There are at least two tools that can help you do it.
What’s the big deal with ‘future-proofing,’ anyway? It’s just another buzzword, right? Wrong. You have no doubt heard the term “future proof” at least once or twice as it pertains to web design. At first glance, it appears to be yet another of the many buzzwords floating around the web. In actuality, it is far more than that.
There’s a popular saying among entrepreneurs that you should try to break things first, so that you can make them better. But if the thing we’re talking about is your WordPress site, then you’d better handle it with care, because messing around too much could bring the whole thing crashing down!
Luckily, there’s a way to test changes to your site without having to worry about breaking it.
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WordPress is quickly becoming the CMS of choice for colleges and universities. From WPCampus (the first conference specifically dedicated to WordPress in higher education) to WordCamp tracks devoted to higher ed, it’s easy to see how the community has embraced the unique needs of the higher education community.
How can you leverage the power of WordPress for your own institution? We’ve pulled together a massive list of resources to help you out.