If you run an online store, a terms and conditions document is very important. The terms and condition document is a set of rules and guidelines that a user must agree to when they use your website and online store. Also, many payment gateways, such as Authorize.net, require that you post a terms and condition document on your website. It’s very easy to add terms and conditions to WooCommerce…if you know where to look.
WooCommerce Shopping Cart Information
WooCommerce is one of the best shopping cart plugins for WordPress. The following articles discuss various features and plugins for WooCommerce.
The following is a WooCommerce Terms and Conditions Example.
Search for and replace the following Terms and Conditions placeholders: [Read more…]
I recently upgraded several ecommerce sites and ended up with Product Image Lightbox Broken WooCommerce 3.0. The following tutorial explains how to fix the problem. [Read more…]
If you run an online WooCommerce store and ship using USPS or Canada post, WooCommerce now offers a free shipping plugin. This is great news if you use either of these shipping methods. In the past, you’d have to buy a shipping plugin for around $79. Now it’s free. But, as they say, you get what you pay for. But maybe not in this case. Maybe you get more. Add USPS Shipping to WooCommerce. [Read more…]
For a long time, I’ve been looking for an easy way to sort WooCommerce products manually by dragging the products into the order I want. I was even ready to pay for a plugin to do it, but I couldn’t find one. I finally found out how to manually sort WooCommerce products: it’s built in and right in front of your eyes. [Read more…]
The default WooCommerce installation usually shows 3 to 4 products per row and about 10 products per page. Unfortunately, there are no WooCommerce settings to change the number of products per row or the number of products per page. The WooCommerce Product Archive Customiser plugin makes it very easy to Change Number of WooCommerce Products Per Row and Page. [Read more…]
Neither WordPress or WooCommerce have the ability to set an expiration date for a post, custom post type, page, or a product. In the past, I bought two different plugins in order to provide the ability to set an expiration date on WooCommerce product. But I just discovered today that there is a free plugin that allows you to specify WooCommerce Expiring Products. Plus it also allows you to specify expiration dates for posts, custom post types, and pages. [Read more…]
I had a client who wanted use WooCommerce to sell tickets to seminars she teaches. No problem. WooCommerce can easily handle that. But she also needed to send a custom email for each seminar with time, location, and links to pdf documents. The Follow Ups plugin by WooCommerce is perfect for creating WooCommerce Custom Product Emails, plus much more. [Read more…]
WooCommerce is capable of selling products, but with the Product Add-ons Extension, you can Create an Invoice Payment Page with WooCommerce. [Read more…]
WooCommerce is a great shopping cart, but it doesn’t do much without buying plugins to extend it’s basic functions.
For example, if you are a non-profit organization and want to collect donations of any amount, there’s no way to do it. Sure, you can create a variable product with predefined donation options; eg, $10, $20, $50, $100. But what if you want the user to be able to enter ANY amount?
With the Product Add-ons Extension, you can Create a Donation Page with WooCommerce. [Read more…]