Tag: Woocommerce

Top Usefull 2020 WordPress Predictions & Trends to Watch Out For

Top Usefull 2020 WordPress Predictions & Trends to Watch Out For

Tips, Plugins, Themes
It is surely that time of the year fit to give 2020 WordPress predictions and a map of how we think this year will fair in the world of WordPress. Indeed no doubt WordPress claims the crown for the most growing, widely used and trusted content management system for web design and development and commands of 34% of all the websites on the Internet and at a market share of 60.8% in the content management system domain. Its growth is truly phenomenal and inspiring, to think it has beat the likes of Joomla, Drupal, Laravel, Wix, Grav ButterCMS, Ghost and Squarespace is mighty astounding. WordPress has played the major role of being the go-to CMS and due to east of use id helping the users to build their websites. WordPress also is best at innovating has always looked into integrating new...
WordPress Parent Company Automattic Raises $300M in Series D Investment Round

WordPress Parent Company Automattic Raises $300M in Series D Investment Round

Tips
The company behind WordPress, WooCommerce, Automattic, has raised a funding of $300 million in a series D round from Salesforce’s venture capital (VC) arm Salesforce Ventures. This raises its valuation to to $3 Billion This is Automattic’s first exeternal investment since its $160 million series C round back in 2014, which valued the company at $1.16 billion. Off the back of its latest investment, Automattic said it now has a valuation of $3 billion. Since its first funding the company has scaled to have more than 950 employees and has made several strategic acquisitions, including WooCommerce in 2015 and Tumblr (closing in 2019). Speaking about the latest news, CEO Matt Mulleneweg said the funds will enable the company to speed up and scale its product development, as well as contin
How to add Color and Size Buttons for variable products on WooCommerce

How to add Color and Size Buttons for variable products on WooCommerce

Tips, WooCommerce
A web-based shop works best with color and aesthetics. Apart from just displaying product pages and variable product items, it is good to make it easy for users to enjoy ordering items from your store. You, therefore, need a good UX that translates to a higher probability the interested customer is going to add to cart and complete the checkout, also you may be guaranteed more return visits. You can achieve this using the WordPress WooCommerce variable product attributes that include color, size, style, etc. depending on what options you would like to have set up Today, we take a look at how to configure variable products to achieve exactly this, how to add size and color sizes on your WooCommerce store backend. Read: How to set up your New WooCommerce store in 5 quick steps W...
5 differences between WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

5 differences between WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

Plugins, Tips
First time WordPress or beginners often confuse between the two WordPress platform and thus end up choosing the wrong platform. A quick search will yield a raft of queries on which is better between WordPress.com vs WordPress.org. WordPress.com vs WordPress.org On a quick note, the major difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org is the hosting of your website, store or blog. WordPress.org or “the real WordPress” offers you the freedom to host your own blog, store or website. Here you’ll find the free WordPress software that you can download and install on your own web server. Read how to have the Fastest 5-Minute manual WordPress Installation WordPress.com, on the other hand, comes in two flavors namely Option 1: Fully hosted with WordPress.com takes care of web hosting
Free Custom CSS Plugins to style your website without breaking code

Free Custom CSS Plugins to style your website without breaking code

Plugins, Tips
WordPress being an easy to use web development platform, users usually take advantage of its flexibility to customize their site by adding custom code to enhance the design of their theme. However if you are doing it straight at the codes, it is easy to break or crush your site and create design issues if you add custom CSS code without proper knowledge. The good thing is that WordPress themes are improving and come with readily available theme options to add custom code to change the default design per your specific liking. Normally you need to go to the CSS section at Appearance » CSS tab or Themes » Customize page » Additional CSS tab. If you are unlucky and your WordPress theme doesn’t come with the default option to add custom CSS you can use any of the following WordPress plugins