I’ve been working at Woo for over almost two years now. During that time, I’ve learnt a lot. While working with the different plugins, themes and extensions we offer, it is normal to encounter bugs: small (or big) things in the software not working as they should. 861 more words
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A lot of beginners encounter all sort of tutorials on how to add some custom code to the
functions.php file or even more basic: change the layout beyond what the customizer allows. 104 more words
TL;DR: We’re building a way to connect services to WooCommerce that makes use of hosted components to simplify the process and create a better experience. If you’d like to get involved in testing, join us now. 51 more words
Last week I spoke at Webwinkel Vakdagen in Utrecht (NL), one of the biggest eCommerce conferences in Europe (with 11,000+ visitors).
My talk was about how WooCommerce extensions in almost 99% of the cases are purchased on desktop, and that this is normal since webshop development is still mostly done sitting behind the computer. 122 more words
Since we launched Storefront one year ago, our flagship WooCommerce theme has come a long way. It’s seen hundreds of thousands of downloads, plenty of extensions, and even some new clothes in the form of child themes. 41 more words