One of the biggest challenges that newbies face most of the times is how to monetize their WordPress blog to get the most out of it. Most people start their blog just to showcase their work, others make it a source of their income. You have heard about people earning a decent amount from their blogs meanwhile, many bloggers having an intention of earning money ends up struggling with optimization of their blogs. (more…)
Coke vs. Pepsi, KFC vs. McDonald, DC vs. Marvel, Adidas vs. Nike, there are some fierce rivalries in almost every field of business. When it comes to shopping carts, the biggest rivalry is between WooCommerce and Shopify; two of the most popular and powerful e-commerce platforms, each offering fanatical features Read more…
A few days ago, I was trying to buy something from an online marketplace. After buying the product on Thursday night I was informed that Thursday and Friday were closing time for that marketplace and I had to wait for the next two days. So, that time I realized a marketplace owner always share his store opening/closing time to his customer. (more…)
Every marketplace owner always looks for making their website more user-friendly. They want to save their customer’s time.
A registration form is the most important part of a website. Now when it is about a Multivendor marketplace that time you may need to register two type of users like as customer and vendor. Most of the Multivendor plugin for WordPress is using WooCommerce my-account page to register vendor and customer.
I have a website to sell my product through online. I have used WooCommerce to get e-commerce functionality. Everything was going fine but suddenly I saw that customers are purchasing the product and then they are reporting about their orders.
Many users are trying to remove the password strength from their registration form of WooCommerce. As they are not good in the code for that reason, they always look for an easy solution. You can easily dequeue the script to disable the password strength meter.