WooCommerce is a widely used free e-commerce/store plugin for WordPress. It comes with various shortcodes that can be used to customize your online store such as the interface, checkout functionality, product listing etc. In this article, I made a list of all the WooCommerce shortcodes and their usage so that new/advanced users can take full benefits from WooCommerce.
WP Login Form is a login form plugin for WordPress that allows you to embed a simple login form into a post, page or the sidebar with an easy-to-use shortcode. This is very useful for websites that are managed by multiple WordPress users or run a membership/affiliate platform. With this login form, a user/member/affiliate can quickly login to WordPress and manage their account.
WordPress 4.8.1 is now available for download from your WordPress Dashboard. Even though It’s a minor release this version contains 29 bug fixes and various enhancements. The most notable one is the introduction of a dedicated Custom HTML widget.
Jetpack 5.2 has just been released which brings a new contact form experience to its users. Even though Jetpack’s contact form is one of the most popular features in WordPress, It hasn’t seen any major updates since its first release in 2012. After almost 5 years the form editing experience has finally improved with a refreshed design.
WooCommerce Subscriptions allows you to add subscriptions capability to your physical and virtual products. You can create and manage products with recurring payments for monthly, weekly or yearly subscriptions, offer free trials or even add signup fees to capture more residual revenue from your store.
SiteGround is one of the top performing web hosts in 2017. They are currently hosting over 500,000 domains worldwide and recommended by well-known websites. SiteGround is relatively new compared to other web hosts. Since its launch in 2007, they have come a long way to excel in the hosting industry and compete with other web hosts. In this article, I will review what makes SiteGround the best in this field for WordPress, Joomla or general web hosting.
WordPress uses the PHPMailer library for sending an email from your server. While the default option works well for most sites, some websites may encounter an issue with email deliverability. In that case, you can choose to bypass your server by using a third-party SMTP service provider. In this article, I will show you how you can configure SMTP to send email from a site hosted on InMotion Hosting. Continue reading “How to Configure SMTP to Send Email on InMotion Hosting”
Caching is an integral part of your WordPress blog or e-commerce site if you are running an online store. It allows you to serve a pre-generated static page to your visitors instead of loading fresh content from the server as well as the necessary resources to render it. This takes away a heavy load from your server and provides great user experience by speeding up your website. In this article, I will show you how you can enable caching in WordPress with the WP Super Cache plugin.
Accelerated Mobile Pages, also known as AMP, is an open source project aimed to make your website content and ads faster and high-performing on mobile devices. In this article, I will show you how you can enable AMP in WordPress and serve your website content instantly to your mobile visitors.
WooCommerce Stripe payment gateway lets you accept payments directly on your store with the Stripe payment gateway. You can accept payments onsite with cards (e.g. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), ApplePay or even Bitcoin.