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.
The WooCommerce core team just shipped WooCommerce 3.5.3, which is really a 1 issue patch release, which resolves the not-so-insignificant issue of the Orders list table (in wp admin) going missing on upgrade to last night’s WordPress 5.0.2 release.
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.
A few days ago, a long post about speeding up WooCommerce went live @ the Silicon Dales website. Check it out at the link if you’re interested in some ways in which you can get some speed gains for a WooCommerce store (or WordPress site for that matter).
As you may or may not be able to glean from my facetious title – its got a 😉 in it for this reason – I don’t think there is an only, right, best or most correct way to do really anything… all developers and store managers will find their own path.
This is a quick one, but its something I believe is important. Its a little note to self, and anyone else out there who works with WooCommerce as a developer – or wants to.
Welcome to my website. This is a first post, also known as a “hello world” blog post.