Category: How-To

Sell using WordPress Custom WooCommerce Order Status

How to Create a WooCommerce Custom Order Status

We’d previously written about how to create a custom WooCommerce order status, but this tutorial has become outdated with the WooCommerce 2.2 release. Since some of our readers asked for an update, we’ve re-written this tutorial to reflect how to...

/ September 22, 2014
WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes Tutorial

WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes Plugin Tutorial

This is post 7 of 11 in the series “Free eCommerce Add-ons 2014-15” (Click to expand) We came across the free WooCommerce Coupon Shortcodes plugin plugin recently, and it’s a super powerful free plugin. This lets you display coupon information, and...

/ August 27, 2014
Gravity Forms for eCommerce

6 Steps to Use Gravity Forms for eCommerce

We’ve written tens of thousands of words on selecting an eCommerce plugin for WordPress, and we’ve also continued to update our reviews as new versions are released. However, there’s another option for WordPress eCommerce that we haven’t yet discussed, and...

/ August 6, 2014
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Can I create default attributes in WooCommerce?

Today’s Ask Sell with WP question comes from Alisha: Is there a way to create a set of variations that are shared among several products in WooCommerce? I’ve been creating attributes for each of my products, then linking them to...

/ August 5, 2014
Formidable Pro Product Submissions

Use Formidable Pro to Create Products via Forms

We compared Gravity Forms and Formidable Pro, and one of our readers requested a tutorial on creating products via submitted forms with Formidable Pro. The ability to create Custom Post Types (CPTs) with Formidable Pro is one of my favorite...

/ July 21, 2014

5 Points to Consider if You Want to Sell Services using WordPress

Most of the focus on using WordPress for eCommerce is put into selling products with your eCommerce site. How can you add or manage products? Can you only add simple products, or can you have variations (such as tee shirt...

/ June 25, 2014
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Ask Sell with WP: How do I restrict products to members only?

This question comes from Emily: How can I restrict products to members so that only members can purchase them? Our site is a club that only offers purchasing to registered members, and customers that aren’t members must sign up before...

/ June 16, 2014
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Ask Sell with WP: How do I create WooCommerce Custom Product Sorting?

This Ask Sell with WP question comes from Humayun: How can I change the sorting of my products in the WooCommerce shop page? I want to show important, sale, or featured products that I choose first without using a separate...

/ May 29, 2014
Get Help with Your eCommerce Site | SellwithWP

Getting Help with Your eCommerce Site

You’re a store administrator or a business owner. You know how to use WordPress – you’re most likely considered a power user. You may have tested a few eCommerce platforms (or you’ve just read our reviews 😉 ), and your...

/ May 14, 2014
Customizing WooCommerce Order Emails | SellwithWP

Customizing WooCommerce Order Emails

You’ve lovingly setup your first WooCommerce shop: picked out that perfect theme (maybe one we recommend), polished your product page content to an irresistible shine, tested your frictionless checkout, and… received a nice enough but totally generic order email that...

/ May 12, 2014
Sell with WordPress | Integrating Shopify and WordPress

Shopify and WordPress eCommerce

Most people looking to set up an eCommerce site with WordPress are familiar with the eCommerce plugins built for WordPress and therefore install WordPress and their plugin of choice on a self-hosted site. There are some popular platforms, such as...

/ March 3, 2014
Sell using WordPress Custom WooCommerce Order Status

Creating a WooCommerce Custom Order Status

Adding your very own custom order statuses to WooCommerce is both fun and easy. When you first install WooCommerce, it automatically adds 7 order statuses: Pending, Failed, On-Hold, Processing, Completed, Cancelled, and Refunded. These statuses are fairly universal and should...

/ February 24, 2014