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How to Automatically Link to Twitter Profiles in Your Content

In the growing tech world, there’s so many social media platforms out there it can make your head spin. Luckily, one of the dominant ones for tech and cutting edge news is Twitter – there, you can gain followers by the hundreds to push your content out. It’s also a great way to share credit ideas […]

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New Plugin: Blog Slug to News

As my second WordPress plugin, Blog Slug to News adds a simple feature that changes all mention of the term “blog” throughout the site to “news” – since blogging still has an unprofessional stigma, a huge amount of clients felt “news” was more appropriate. This can be used by site owners, developers, or anyone who wants to […]

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WooThemes Video Production

As a member of the WooThemes Ninja Team, I spent time over the summer of 2014 revamping their WooThemes Video workflow process and kickstarting a series of video initiatives that will continue with renewed effort continuing into 2015. Taking consumer feedback and impressions gained from the WooThemes Community, we started a WooCommerce 101 video series […]

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Speaking at WordCamp Providence

Today, I was lucky enough to speak at WordCamp Providence about the Flexibility of WooCommerce. Couldn’t make it? Don’t worry, neither could I! Instead, we recorded it via Google Hangouts, so everyone can enjoy it here. Watch & Listen Download the Slides Since the video seemed to get stuck and miss some slides, you can download […]

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 […]