Isn’t the title a bit confusing? I really had no idea about how to explain what this article is about exactly without writing a title that is 20k characters long.

So, let’s try to explain what it is about here.

If a potential customer on your site tries to search for a product it may happen that they won’t find anything. Maybe because the keyword used is too specific, or maybe just because you don’t have what they want. They will land on a page with a message telling them that no products can be found.

How can you try to sell something anyway from that page?

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From some time, WooCommerce uses a tabbed layout for the page My Account.
It shows the navigation on the left, and the content on the right.

Editing and removing tabs it’s relatively simple, but adding new tabs is a completely different thing.

Let’s learn in this tutorial how to do it!

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In a recent version of WooCommerce the developers made a tweak to how variable products are show when they only have one attribute. The chose attribute value is shown directly in the product title when, in example, the product is added to the cart.

I’ve noticed that not everyone likes this new feature and some asked to revert it back to how it was before.

Can we accommodate everyone? Yes, here is how.

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There’s one thing that I find really annoying in WordPress. For every post, page, custom post type, in the posts list there’s a link to view that specific post. It shows when you hover over the post title, but there’s not a View Comment link in the comments list. Why not?

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With WooCommerce you can sell anything because there are various product types that you can set up with it. One of these product types is Variable Product.

To define a variable product, first you need to add Attributes to it, then you can create Variations. But what is exactly the difference between attributes and variations?

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