Every online store created with WooCommerce has in its product catalog a dropdown from which the customer can sort the products to their liking, and we can customize that too.
One of the many shortcomings that the WordPress block editor still has to be able to compete with layout tools like Divi or Elementor is the ability to add animations to the different blocks of the editor. But in reality it is something easily fixable.
Having to click a button to update the amount of the shopping cart in an Ecommerce when changing quantities is a usability bug, a user experience error that we should fix.
Every time you access the WordPress desktop it is common that you find some messages at the top of your screen, they are the WordPress administration notices. Let’s see what can we do with them.
Everyone wants their products to be displayed in the order they want, but the WooCommerce documentation is wrong, so we’ll have to show you how to do it.