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January 2018

How Saying “No” Wins More Work

Winning more work is what every company wants. They want to stop wasting time on proposals that don’t put money in the bank. Unfortunately, far too many freelancers and agencies enter talks with a prospect from the wrong angle. They default to saying yes, and only bother with anything getting close to a no when […]

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Storefront 2.2.6 release notes

Storefront 2.2.6 has been tagged for release and uploaded to WordPress.org. Here’s what’s changed pulled directly from the changelog: * Fix – Price slider widget styling. * Fix – Apply styles to `a.woocommerce-store-notice__dismiss-link` instead of all links in the store notice. * Fix – Fix hidden content when there are no reviews. * Fix -&ellipsis;Read the full post »

Performance: Switching to post_author to store order customer IDs

WooCommerce core uses a post meta called _customer_user to store the customer ID for orders. Since the meta_value field of the wp_postmeta table is not indexed, this means that all the queries that need to filter orders by customer ID are very slow. To address this, in PR #17895, we are exploring the idea of&ellipsis;Read the full post »

WooCommerce 3.3 RC1

Today, the release candidate for WooCommerce 3.3 is available! 3.3 is a minor release with several improvements and some new features. Shipping a release candidate (RC) means we think we’re done but we’d like your help testing in case we’ve missed something. We hope to ship WooCommerce 3.3 on Tuesday, January 30th. To test WooCommerce 3.3&ellipsis;Read the full post »

How Passion and Innovation Became a Profitable Business and Online Store

It’s a one-of-a-kind tool that Drake producer, Noah “40” Shebib, raves about and Diplo can’t live without. Fans of Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, Kanye West, Coldplay, and Justin Bieber have already heard Output’s work, whether they know it or not. So what is Output? Think innovative software and tools created for musicians, composers, producers, […]

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January 16th: Dev chat #17

The next chat will be on January 16th 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. Here is the agenda for the chat: 3.3 Release Candidate Modernizing the WooCommerce&ellipsis;Read the full post »

What’s new in WooCommerce Stripe 4.0: European payment gateways and a new credit card form

Stripe is a popular payment service provider for eCommerce stores worldwide, and we’re pleased to announce we’ve shipped a major release with a multitude of new features to enhance your experience of working with WooCommerce and Stripe. Payment acceptance using European and other non-U.S. payment gateways Fully PCI compliant credit card form on your checkout […]

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WooCommerce 3.3 beta 2

WooCommerce 3.3 beta 2 is now available. This beta release has a whole host of bug fixes and is ready for testing! To test WC 3.3 beta 2 you can use our beta tester plugin or download the release here. WooCommerce 3.3 will be released January 30th. The beta post explains all of the new&ellipsis;Read the full post »

How to Price Your WooCommerce Projects

Everything starts with the story you’re telling. One of the most overlooked aspects of pricing is the fact that it never happens in a vacuum. Pricing is always contextual. And to that end, the context for a WooCommerce project isn’t just the work that needs to be done. It’s about the customer, how they define […]

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