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How to Sell your Photography with WooCommerce

Update: January 27, 2015 Exciting news, everyone! WooThemes now offers a WooCommerce Photography plugin, which is built FOR photography, so much less work than this solution.┬áIf for some reason the plugin isn’t an option, though, then the method below should always still work ­čÖé ┬áIntroduction One of the most common requests we get at WooThemes […]

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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 […]

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 […]

Change the “Add to Cart” Button Text in WooCommerce

One of the most common requests is that users want to change the “Add to Cart” text on their WooCommerce installations. Although there isn’t a built-in way to do this, we can achieve it through some quick functions – just copy the text below into your functions.php file. Then, change the “Buy Now” text to […]

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WooCommerce Image Issues – Stretching, Distortion, and Blur

One of the most common issues we seem to come across with WooCommerce is images, and how certain a WooCommerce image could seem blurry or distorted. Almost always, this is due to some confusion on how WooCommerce (and WordPress in general) handles images – so, here’s a quick post to help clarify! The Mission Let’s […]

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WordPress Security 102: Essential Tricks and Tips

In this installation of the “Locking Down WordPress” series covering security, we’ll be looking at specific settings and tricks you can do using the free iThemes Security plugin. For this guide, you’ll need: A clean WordPress installation (or at least one you can play around with) FTP Access to your WordPress installation A copy of […]

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Locking Down Your WordPress Site – Security 101

Locking Down your WordPress Site – Protecting yourself from hackers, bots, and scammers With recent, high-profile security issues like Heartbleed and the long-time-coming Internet Explorer Day One Bug, security should be at the forefront of any web developer’s mind. How do I keep my site secure? How do I stop hacking attempts? HOW DO I […]