How To Add CSS To WordPress (Fast and Easy)

How To Add Custom CSS To Your Website In Under 60 Seconds Adding custom css to your wordpress website is essential to adding authority to your website. Fortunately, WordPress includes a way to do this by default which is by far the easiest way to go about it. I’ll run through a few different ways

How To Add A Discount Sale Badge To Your WooCommerce Product Image

Drive Sales With A Sale Badge On Your WooCommerce Product Images It’s a classic sales technique that we’ve seen in catalogues for years. So now we’re going to put it into action on our website. It really helps to drive home a) the promotion you have on your product and b) create a bit of

Display Regular and Sale Price On WooCommerce Cart

How To Show The Regular Price On Your WooCommerce Cart Page Showing the regular price crossed out next to your sale price is an excellent way to drive the sale home with WooCommerce. By default, WooCommerce will only show the actual price so in some cases your customers may not even realise that they are

Automatically Complete Virtual and Downloadable Orders In WooCommerce

Mark Orders As Complete As Soon As They’re Submitted In WooCommerce If you are selling software or other downloadable / virtual products, there’s not really any need to have the order “processing”. As soon as the customer checks out, the product is usually delivered. Therefore, it makes sense for us to just automatically mark it

Three Ways To Edit Functions.php In WordPress

Opening And Editing Functions.php In WordPress Allows You To Do Pretty Much Anything If you want to get the full potential out of WordPress, opening functions.php is critical. It’s one PHP file that is always loaded in your WordPress installation which allows you to modify / add to the behaviour of WordPress. It allows for

Remove Checkout Fields For Downloadable Products In Woocommerce

Optimise Your Checkout Process By Removing Unnecessary Billing & Shipping Fields In WooCommerce Checkout Statistically, the easier your checkout is to use the higher your chances are of converting traffic into paying customers. One simple way to do this is to do away with unnecessary fields. For example, if you are selling software or downloadable

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