woocommerce

How to use RobotNinja to Automate WooCommerce testing

WordPress has certainly come a long way since the early days of being a quick way to setup a blog. These days, one of the hottest industries is ecommerce. Whether you’re selling physical goods, digital stuff or services, you should already be taking orders online. If you’re not, you’re losing out on a lot of business. Being always online, with a shop always open for business, is the way to go. WooCommerce...

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WordPress 4.9.3 is Delayed; WooCommerce 3.3 Ready to Roll

Initially scheduled for Jan. 30, the release of WordPress 4.9.3 was rescheduled for Feb. 5. A delayed RC and, subsequently, a short testing window are the reason behind this delay. Stability is a critical element of the WordPress ecosystem, so the more thorough testing, the better. JShint Removed From Official Repository So, what’s new in the not-yet-released WordPress? Well, it’s an update for developers mostly. The most important change is the removal...

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Is WordPress Safe for eCommerce Websites?

WordPress is not inherently built for eCommerce. In order to sell anything on your website, you need to use a theme and a series of plugins in order to tap into that functionality (or you need to code it all from scratch). But just because WordPress on its own is not eCommerce-ready doesn’t make it any less of a good (or smart) choice to build your online store with. That said,...

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18 Quality Must-Have WooCommerce Plugins for WordPress in 2017

If you’re in the business of building WordPress websites for clients, then you’re actively working to grow the e-commerce economy–which is awesome! In UPS’s 2017 Pulse of the Online Shopper report, they discovered that retail is on the up and up with a 4% year-over-year growth. And when they looked exclusively at online sales, they found a 13% increase since 2016. Further, respondents indicated that they primarily prefer to search and...

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