This is something which is a somewhat common request, particularly with the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and other serious businesses, who are increasingly turning to WordPress & WooCommerce as their enterprise-grade software solution, owing to it’s lack of vendor lock-in and flexibility.
Looking to get a quote or estimate to migrate a Magento 1.x store over to WooCommerce in the next year or so?
A lot of my clients come to me looking for help with a range of WooCommerce problems, and one of the main things many don’t have so much concept of (before they get started with their stores) is shipping.
Before I get into this one, I’ll first define “WordPress Maintenance” and what I consider this to mean.
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:
Since a lot of people out there land on my personal website looking for help and assistance making really really fast websites, which rank well in Google, often I’m asked questions about how to make fast sites.
Since I missed and didn’t mention when 3.5.0 hit the streets, last night WooCommerce did a spooky halloween release (31 October, no ghouls in the code 🙂 ) of version 3.5.1.
WooCommerce 3.4.5 is now available. It is a security release, and you should update asap.
Full information here.
Looking to download WooCommerce version 3.4.5?
You may do so here. Under Development > Advanced View, scroll down, and select version 3.4.5 and click the “Download” button.
This applies to any version of any plugin in the official WordPress repo. Mind blown? Leave a positive comment, below 🙂