The problem with a lot of “multipurpose” themes is that when they override the default behaviors of WordPress or one of its plugins, they forget to re-introduce the filters that were there before they did their thing.
The buying process on a WooCommerce store for most goes like this: The user spots a product He adds it to the cart He goes to the checkout page He pays for it What if we could get rid of the cart altogether and provide a more friendly user experience instead of this Walmart-ish approach?… Continue reading How to Optimize Your WooCommerce Store for Single Product/Item Checkout
The WP CLI never ceases to impress me. You can do lots of things with just a few lines of code. In this code snippet, I let the WP CLI create 15 products with random images from Lorem Picsum, prices are also random within the 1-1000 range.