WooCommerce is a powerful, extendable eCommerce plugin that helps you sell anything. Beautifully.
It's greated if have a wishlist function its perfect
After testing with many other plugins I'm quire sure this is the best solution for ecommerce. The plugin works great most times. I'm not giving the fifth star just because of the poor support and messed documentation (huge room to improve both).
I found All Good things in Woocommerce till nOw, Because of that I rated it high.
However if anyone please let me answer to my question, it would give me 1 more reason to love woocommerce.
I recently implemented Woocommerce and in trial session I found following issue:
1. Initially, I provide 10qty for Product1. 2. place a Dummy Order from front-end of 10qty of that Product1. 3. Then After that I see Product1 is Out of Stock. 4. From Admin of woocommerce, If I cancelled that dummy order or reduce the product qty on that order, It Doesn't Update the Stock Qty of that product1.
And I still see the Out of stock label on that product even after that order has been cancelled which reserved this qty.
Hence is their any way to Auto-Manage this Stock Updates between orders and Inventory.
Sincerly say, it would be really helpful to get this help because it would let us confirm that we should go ahead with woocommerce as our next ecommerce platform for our clients if this Auto-Update is Available in woocommerce.
excellent plugin, but cart widget is really bad. why dont you add simple EMPTY CART possibility ? or at least small X next to product so customer can easy remove item by item from cart... this is MUST HAVE in 2013 :)
PLEASE HELP , one question, in woocommerce/settings are choices:
(1) Show subcategories on category pages
(2) Show subcategories on the shop page
so this must be possible but i dont know where to change this. I would like to strictly define categories in two groups. If anyone opens category from group1 then are shown all products from all subcategories of chosen category. But if anyone opens other group there will be shown only subcategories (without product, untill they enter subcategory, but then they will be in group1)
sorry for bad english, if needed I will explain it again.
I'm developing very complex site with over 250 categories for my client and this is one of requirements... Thank you for your help in advance:)
Reflects in some areas a lack of usability knowledge - and lack of experience with general processes and structures.
Considering that this plugin is however programmed by mostly young people it's great work!
I'm from Quebec, Canada. I've tried other plugins and platform. With Woo, I found everything I needed! Yes, there's a lot of paying extensions but compared to the price it would have cost me to hire someone to build my site, it is nothing!
The support, when you send a ticket, is just wonderful.
Why 4 stars.. because it is harder to get help here on the community forum...
Otherwise, it's the better and more complete solution I found out there!!!
SUPER happy with WooCommerce, after playing around with other ecommerce plugins, and trying to customize them, I can say that this plugin is leaps and bounds easier to customize. So very happy with this so far. I would like to see more real world examples on the documentation site, and hope to see paid support options in the future.
Something else no one's mentioned yet is that plugin updates don't necessarily wipe out your customizations.
We've hacked WooCommerce, which is required for use with WooThemes' free Wootique theme on our site, and are pleased that our small changes (little stuff like tab titles and so forth) have been preserved through every update this year: obviously, this plugin was developed with foresight!
Tried all of em. Had 3 sites running a difference ecommerce solution. Heard reviews of the other one being buggy but went with it anyway. Bad mistake. An update shut me down on all 3 sites.
Then I went on an extensive search, installed everyone I could find one at a time and tried them. Woo is the best of the best hands down. Should have went with woo the first time around. Has great variations, great free extensions, great community (unlike the first one I went with), and has great options. The one and only minor thing I wish it has is text input variations on the product. Something a customer could have text entry on for various things like sign banner or tshirt front text, tshirt back text, etc. I would have given all 5 stars had it done that. Try woocommerce first and it will save you from wasting time with any other.
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