In the intricate world of e-commerce, product identification is a crucial aspect of ensuring that your items are easily discoverable and comparable across the vast online marketplace. For many WooCommerce store owners, providing a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) is an essential part of this process, particularly when integrating with Google Merchant. However, not every product comes with or requires a GTIN. For those unique cases, there’s a streamlined solution that can help maintain compliance without unnecessary complications.(more…)
In WooCommerce, the admin order page is your command center. It’s where you glean insights at a glance and manage the heart of your e-commerce operations. But could it offer more? What if you could augment it with additional product details and direct links to the products themselves? In this post, I’ll walk you through a WooCommerce snippet that does precisely that, adding a layer of convenience and efficiency to your workflow.(more…)
WooCommerce, the powerhouse of e-commerce on WordPress, provides immense flexibility for customization. One common customization is how to change the Add to Cart text in WooCommerce to make it resonate more with their brand or target audience. We’ve talked about changing the Add to Cart text on single product pages conditionally before, but if you’ve ever wondered how to modify this text everywhere in your store, you’re in the right place.(more…)
Working with WooCommerce, sometimes there are small tweaks that can enhance our experience, making administrative tasks simpler. One such enhancement I’ve recently explored is adding an email filter directly within the Orders page of WooCommerce. This is especially useful if you want to quickly hide all orders associated with a specific email.(more…)
The Russian invasion of Ukraine of February 2022 is currently affecting everyone in the world, most of all Ukrainian people, of course.
As individuals, there’s not much that we can do other than donating to the cause and helping those in need.
If you are a shop owner currently selling to Russia and want to align with the sanctions of NATO and all the other countries, in your small reality, you can ban Russia from your WooCommerce store.
How can you do that? Let me explain!(more…)
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Hi, I’m Nico! Support Lead at Automattic, championing WordPress.com & WooCommerce. Off-duty, I’m at Elemental Beacon, leading epic D&D adventures. Let’s connect, whether it’s about WordPress or a quest!