Like in a physical store, it could be useful in some cases to have a PDF catalog of your web store, free and available for everyone to download.
An example could be a wholesaler who wants to buy from you, but they will have different prices, so they need a specific catalog. Another example could be people who want to download the catalog, read it at home, and then buy, or to show it to a friend. It could be useful in many cases.
With Product Vendors 2.0 being released a while ago, the developers added many new features, including the vendor registration form which you requested so many times.
By using the shortcode [wcpv_registration] in a page, the user will see a form to register an account and a vendor account, if not logged in, or only the fields to register the vendor account if they are already logged in.
The form anyway, could not be enough for someone. You may want to add more fields to the vendor, like their social profiles. Like always, there’s a way, with some custom code, to do it.
The last week, I attended WordCamp Torino, an event that was not having place from some years in Italy.
WordCamp Torino kicked off on 1st and 2nd April. We were not having a WordCamp here from the 2012, and in only 9 months the Italian community was able not only to rise from its ashes, but also to set up many local meetups and a WordCamp!
Are you using Jetpack on your website? I do, and if you are not, you should!
It is a plugin by Automattic which boosts your website with many WordPress.com features, like markdown support, contact forms, subscriptions (to the blog), related posts, and many others.
I want to show you a single module in this article, the Contact form module. It adds the ability for who has access to the Dashboard to add contact forms to posts, and recently to products in WooCommerce.
Do you like the sale badge of Storefront? I like it! It’s simple and effective, but I understand some people might not like it, or maybe they want to move it! Here you will find some basic CSS to customize the sale badge and how to move it in the loop of products.