The latest release of WooCommerce – version 3.5.7 – is now out. It’s a security release. Get updated ASAP!
Details are here.
Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, journalist Jon Snow (not the Game of Thrones character) has been manhandling mealy-mouthed politicians on national TV.Continue reading “Jon Snow: Britain a “Laughing Stock” because of Brexit”
Amazon and Etsy are a great, low impact, place to dip your toe into the eCommerce waters, but if you have long term plans, running your own store will ultimately become more profitable and give you more flexibility. Here, I dig into what you might want to consider, around some key topics:Continue reading “Should you run your eCommerce business on Amazon, Etsy or WooCommerce?”
It seems like the Irish and the Australians are enjoying Brexit a lot… well, a lot more than we here in Britain are!Continue reading “Brexit Yoga”
Screencast videos are a really powerful way of demonstrating web development issues to clients. Whether showing the impact of changes from back-end to front-end or from third party tools like Pingdom, clients love to see behind the curtain – but ideally in an explainer video lasting no more than 10 minutes.Continue reading “The Power of Screencast Videos”
Okay, so there’s a great big huge (tautology, yum) Cheltenham Festival 2019 Tips item online at LBP…
But for those of you with normal human attention spans, maybe you just want a tip for each race at Chelters? Read on below.
No more waffle. Just free tips!Continue reading “TLDR: Cheltenham Festival 2019 Tips”
For those in the know, it’s Gold Cup week and the internet is a-flurry with coverage of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival meet where the cream of the horse racing world gather for top-class Group 1 racing.Continue reading “Gold Standard: Horse Racing on the Web”
This is entirely Not Safe For Work. If you are offended by the C-bomb, don’t play the video. If the F-bomb bothers you, then likewise, move it along. If the N-Bomb grinds your gears, again, don’t play this.Continue reading “Video: Giggs “Fire in the Booth” (Part 4)”
I’m regularly in touch with a coterie of around 250 specialist developers over at Codeable and a common pinch-point for their freelancing activities outside the platform is finding an easy way to invoice clients and keep track of payments. Indeed, it’s why Codeable is preferable for many.Continue reading “Easy Invoicing & Accounts for Freelancers and Agencies”
Here’s an error which has started showing up for a lot of stores’ product category pages – WooCommerce stores in particular – in Google Search Console:Continue reading “Google Search Console Error: Either “offers”, “review”, or “aggregateRating” should be specified”