If you want to comply as much as possible with privacy regulations, such as the GDPR for example, it doesn’t hurt to make sure that you keep track of whether the customers of your online store, created with WooCommerce, have accepted the terms and conditions of your e-commerce, in case there are later complaints.
Product reviews in an online store are a powerful tool that can greatly improve visits and sales in your e-commerce, so it is important to know how to use and manage them well, and that is what we are going to learn today.
One of Divi’s lesser known yet most powerful tools is the ability to conditionally display or not display content, depending on the type of user, their behavior, where they come from, etc.
If you manage an online store and you use SKUs to manage the control of your products, inventory or whatever you need, sooner or later you are going to discover that WooCommerce by default does not allow you to search for orders by SKU.
In WooCommerce you can make a complete management of stock, inventory or stock of your products. But it turns out that in the store your customers can’t sort your products by their stock, which is sometimes important in very different types of stores.
Sometimes you’ll prefer to hide some or all of the structured WooCommerce product data, and if that’s your case, here’s how to do it.
WooCommerce is a great tool to manage your online store but it is not perfect. In case you need a way to add a new order status for your online store, this is the way to do it.
WooCommerce creates a folder where product files with digital downloads are uploaded by default. This is convenient, but does not always suit the needs of your business or company.