Change the Shop Title in WooCommerce

In this quick code snippet, we’ll talk about how to change your storefront’s shop title in WooCommerce. By default, it is set as simply “Shop”. One would think working with WordPress that we’d only have to change the name of the Shop page – unfortunately, it doesn’t quite work that way. Since the issue has … Read more

WooCommerce Product Bundles, Composite Products, and Mix ‘n Match – Which is right for me?

At WooCommerce, we have hundreds of plugins that site users use effectively every day. However, because no two sites are really the same, a lot of the plugins appear to overlap in use a little bit, resulting in the infamous, terrible question – “Which plugin is right for me?” Today, let’s go over three similar … Read more

Increasing your WordPress Memory Limit

If you’ve stumbled across this page, it’s likely because you’ve come across an error message that simply said your site doesn’t have enough Memory – perhaps it’s running to slow, or not saving all of your changes, or a variety of things that are typical for an underpowered setup. Typically abbreviated to WP Memory Limit … Read more

WooCommerce Product Variations Don’t Save

Having trouble with WooCommerce’s built-in Variable Products? No problem! Read the quick troubleshooting guide below to see some of the more common issues that plague user sites – of course, be sure to check for code conflicts first. With so many variables coming into play (even if they aren’t used), you can very quickly overload … Read more

An Introduction to Responsive Design

Responsive design. It’s a term we hear a lot when we talk about websites, and we’re constantly bombarded with people saying that it’s a necessity – your site has to be responsive… And with the number of different phones, tablets, and computers people use today, there is some truth to that. Before we get into … Read more

Customize WooCommerce Order Status Icons

A situation recently came up where a user thought that the WooCommerce Order Status Icons in the Orders page were too small and difficult to distinguish. This could be especially true on older monitors, smaller screens, or even different lighting, so let’s change it up! What this will achieve is increasing the size of those … Read more

Add Custom User Fields to your WordPress Installation

I wanted to make a quick post to show off a neat little trick in WordPress – adding custom user fields to a user’s profile. This could be used to add in space for a Twitter Handle, a Facebook link, a second portfolio site, or any combination of the above. For the demo purposes, let’s … Read more

Skip WooCommerce Cart Page

Some WooCommerce sites have very little use for the included WooCommerce cart – either they’re only selling one item, a subscription, or just want their users to get through faster. Although it’s not included in the vanilla WooCommerce, we can add that feature with a function – copy the text below into your functions.php file … Read more