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December 2017

The Future of eCommerce is Inclusion

Back in the 90s we’d talk a lot about eCommerce, but it seemed a bit unlikely to matter because not enough consumers had computers back then. Like Guy Kawasaki points out in his “Lessons of Steve Jobs” talk, there was a time in the last century when folks like Thomas J. Watson of IBM considered […]

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Top-Selling WooCommerce.com Extensions in 2017

We’ve had quite a year at WooCommerce, including three major core releases, launching new extensions such as Facebook and Fulfillment by Amazon, kick-starting WooCommerce Services, upgrading WooCommerce.com account management, hosting WooConf in Seattle, re-igniting our Affiliate Network, and more! Also this year, we shared more about the customers that typically find their way to WooCommerce.com. They […]

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An Introduction to GDPR Compliance for WooCommerce Stores

Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25 May 2018 — is your shop ready? What is GDPR and what does it have to do with you? I attended WordCamp Manchester and WordCamp Stockholm in the last months, and they had one thing in common: Lots of questions about GDPR. I heard […]

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The Three-Headed WooCommerce Project: Your Agency, The Freelancer, and Your Client’s Developer

With predictions of online shopping phasing out retail outlets in the next decade, people are increasingly jumping on the online store’s bandwagon. Developing a WooCommerce project requires time and expertise that sometimes might not be available at your agency when you need it, forcing you to look for help elsewhere, like freelance developers. If you […]

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The 3-Headed WooCommerce Project: Your Agency, The Freelancer, and Your Client’s Developer

With predictions of online shopping phasing out retail outlets in the next decade, people are increasingly jumping on the online store’s bandwagon. Developing a WooCommerce project requires time and expertise that sometimes might not be available at your agency when you need it, forcing you to look for help elsewhere, like freelance developers. If you […]

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WooCommerce 3.2.6 fix release notes

WooCommerce 3.2.6 is now available. This fixes various minor issues, and includes some more improvements to cart rounding. ~50 commits made it into this release. The full changelog is below. * Fix – CSV Importer – Fix ID mapping to existing IDs. * Fix – CSV Importer – Unslash header fields to avoid extra slashes.&ellipsis;Read the full post »

WooCommerce 3.3 Beta is here!

Today we’re pleased to announce that WooCommerce 3.3 is available for beta testing! You can download it here. Release highlights 3.3 is a minor release and will be launching near the beginning of next year. There should be no breaking changes, new functionality should exist in a backwards-compatible manner, and updating from any release since&ellipsis;Read the full post »

9 Things You Should Know In Advance To Estimate On A WooCommerce Project

It’s probably one of the most common questions you’ve been asked in your professional life: “How much would a new WooCommerce store cost us?”. Any of its variants count as well: “how much will you guys charge us to build that extension?”. If you’ve worked on a WooCommerce project, you get the gist. As someone […]

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WC 3.3 Image size improvements

Let’s face it, product images are a vital driving force behind sales. Combine that with thousands of WooCommerce-enabled themes out there and it can become difficult to have product images that look good out-of-the-box on all of them. WooCommerce 3.3 aims to improve that with some changes to image size settings and the rendering of images.&ellipsis;Read the full post »

WC 3.3 will look great on all the themes!

It used to be that you had to find specific WooCommerce-compatible themes for your store. In the upcoming release we have made big improvements in how WooCommerce handles themes that were previously unsupported, so now you can run WooCommerce with any theme! On themes that don’t formally declare WooCommerce support the templates will render inside&ellipsis;Read the full post »

WC 3.3 New Webhooks CRUD

We have been talking a lot about CRUD since 3.0.0, and the reason is because we want move certain features from the WordPress post database table to new database tables. This improves the performance and scalability of those features. Starting with 3.3.0, our webhooks will not use the posts and comments database tables anymore, and we&ellipsis;Read the full post »

WC 3.3 Download Logging Feature

WooCommerce 3.3 will include a new download logging/reporting feature to track who downloads what from your store (when selling digital products). The issue relating to this was initially logged here. This feature was contributed by @procifer during his trial (Automattic are hiring!). The pull requests for this can be found here and here. They add&ellipsis;Read the full post »

WC 3.3 Product backorders and stock management improvements

Managing the product stock status cycle in a store is something that many store owners spend a lot of time doing. Products are always coming in, getting purchased, running out of stock, and needing to be reordered. WooCommerce 3.3 has improvements aimed at making stock management less time-consuming and more natural and intuitive for store&ellipsis;Read the full post »

December 12th: Dev chat #16

The next chat will be on December 12th at 17:00 UTC in the #core channel of the WooCommerce Community Slack. If you don’t already have access to the group, you can request an invite at the bottom of the WooCommerce developers page. December 12th is also the day the WooCommerce 3.3 beta gets tagged! There&ellipsis;Read the full post »

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