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March 28, 2023 at 1:38 pm in reply to: Where can I get a WooCommerce setup service? #1534
Have you set a Budget for the WooCommerce Setup Service?March 20, 2023 at 5:15 am in reply to: How can the Events plugin let users add tickets to their MyListing events too? #1426
How to set up the price of an event based on different user groups?March 20, 2023 at 5:10 am in reply to: How do I create a Custom Invoice in WooCommerce? #1423
What are some recommended plugins for creating custom invoices in WooCommerce?February 16, 2023 at 1:05 pm in reply to: How can you Edit the Ticket Content of Emails and SMS sent to customers? #1112
Can you please explain the process of the dynamic look of the event tickets?February 14, 2023 at 1:32 pm in reply to: Does WooCommerce report to Internal Revenue Service? #1096
How do taxes work in WooCommerce?February 6, 2023 at 12:43 pm in reply to: Can we change Booking availability so that an event can be booked once per day? #971
As an admin, you can enhance your customers’ experience by providing them with real-time information on the availability of bookable slots through a color-coded date picker calendar. Our latest version of the Bookings for WooCommerce plugin allows you to display this information with ease.
With this feature, GREEN indicates available slots, while RED indicates unavailable slots. This helps customers make informed decisions and avoid disappointment when booking requests can’t be fulfilled. This convenient and user-friendly feature provides an easy way for customers to view the availability of bookable slots in real-time, making the booking process smoother and more efficient.February 1, 2023 at 12:57 pm in reply to: How should WordPress be installed on a server using the packages? #930
I want to run an eCommerce Store. Do I need to set up any other store for the same?January 25, 2023 at 4:41 am in reply to: Can the consumer alter their WooCommerce services to suit their needs? #859
Yes, WooCommerce is an open-source eCommerce plugin for WordPress, which means that users have the ability to customize and modify the plugin to suit their specific needs.
This can be done by using custom code, or by using a variety of WooCommerce plugins and extensions that are available to add functionality and features to the platform.
Additionally, many WordPress developers offer custom WooCommerce development services to help businesses tailor their online stores to their unique requirements.January 19, 2023 at 1:10 pm in reply to: Can we create several segments in Mautic based on the custom field data? #789
I want to create dynamic segments based on the custom fields. Will it be possible to do it?January 18, 2023 at 10:25 am in reply to: How Can Your Customers Win Loyalty Reward Points on the eCommerce Website? #769
How do you Redeem the Earned Points? Is there a Particular Setting to do so?January 17, 2023 at 5:12 am in reply to: Do Deactivated plugins slow down a WordPress site? #739
Although there is a Quantity of Plugin which is used by a WordPress Site & it’s most likely that there are one or two plugins forcing your server to work overtime.
There are several ways to find out which WordPress plugins are slowing down your site:
- Use a plugin performance profiler such as Query Monitor or P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) to identify slow-loading plugins and their impact on page load times.
- Use a website performance testing tool such as GTmetrix or Google PageSpeed Insights to identify slow-loading resources and determine which plugins are causing the issue.
- Deactivate all plugins and reactivate them one by one to see which plugin is causing the slowdown.
In general, it’s a good practice to keep your plugin list as small as possible and to remove any plugins that you’re not actively using. This can help reduce the number of requests your site has to make and keep your site running faster.January 12, 2023 at 12:16 pm in reply to: How can I update the Email address associated with my WooCommerce.com account? #706
So whether you want to change the email address which is associated with your Store or if you are simply updating your personal contact information.
You can change your Email Address with a few Simple Steps.
1. First of all Login into your WordPress Dashboard.
2. Now hover over the WooCommerce tab on the left-hand side & click on Settings.
3. On the Setting Tab Click on General Tab.
4. In this Tab you will see Email Address Field so enter your new email address & click on save Changes.
And hence by following the above steps you can change your email address.January 2, 2023 at 3:08 pm in reply to: How do I do 301 redirection using the WordPress plugins? #604
So 301 is basically when someone visits the site by using an old link to the page that has moved, a 301 redirect will automatically take the user to the new page. In this way, the user does not see a 404 ‘page not found’ error. This provides a better user experience.
There are a number of redirection plugins available both Free & Pro Versions. Now below is the method of Installing the redirection plugin :
Log into WordPress Dashboard. Navigate to Plugins > Add New.
Type Redirection into the search bar. Click Install > Activate.
Now to create the 301 redirects in the WordPress Redirection Plugin check the below-mentioned steps :
1. Navigate to Tools > Redirection.
2. In the “Add new redirection section”, enter the old URL you want to redirect in the Source URL field.
3. Enter the new URL you want to redirect to in the Target URL field.
4. For Group, click the drop-down menu and choose a group. In our tests, we selected Redirections.
5. Click Add Redirect to save the 301 redirects.
Hope this answer will be helpful for you while working on redirection using WordPress Plugin.December 30, 2022 at 1:17 pm in reply to: What is the best way to ask students to write reviews of courses with PAR LMS? #586
I was curious about the point-based approach that the Points and Rewards for Tutor LMS plugin follow. Are the points that the students or the tutors earn redeemable?December 27, 2022 at 12:53 pm in reply to: How can I lower my chargeback ratio using a Payment Processor plugin? #553
I understand that the chargeback ratio is taken care of. But besides that, What are the other ways in which the Wallet system for WooCommerce secures my online store?