WooCommerce is a powerful, extendable eCommerce plugin that helps you sell anything. Beautifully.
in currency setting i select indian rupee but INR symbol looking like a 'box' in windows 7 and xp operating system
please provide a solution
i'm building arabic only website, i'm using the woo commerce, i made and added the arabic mo and po files to the plugin, and the translation working good in the wp admin but its not working at the public pages.
Good product, rude developer :)
This plugin is good, but still doesn't has all ecommerce platforms functions. Looks promising, I hope it will improve in the future :)
We paid a couple hundrend for their commercial version and have had a couple issues, the first we were able to figure out (had to do with upgrading, so we had to revert back) and the second issue we've not been able to solve and aren't getting anywhere with support. I would never use them nor would I recommend them to anyone else....just based on the fact that you can't get support with the paid version.
Failed tabs, images galleries.
This plugin is recommended, but the extensions are overpriced.
A complete solution for selling with WordPress but with some constraint...
> Updating the plugin can often break the site. See the changelog and make a prototype of your site if necessary.
Used this for a small business that has 100+ products (handcrafted jewelry). I created a basic site for her and setup the plugin (it's not complicated for basic setup!)
The plugin has lots of options to work with.
One criticism. WooCommerce is 'technically' responsive although on smaller screens the images don't display professionally as everything looks crammed together.
Experiencing some difficulty getting products with different attributes and pricing to display all the entered data on the live site.
first at all, you'll never get such a budget and feature rich onlineshop system elsewhere. But also you'll never get it to success when you are a "user" only without good IT experience, you will need external services which relativates the TCO.
I'm working on my shop now for more then 6 month, inbetween there was the major upgrade to 2.x. In this time I put a huge effort in modifying, troubleshooting, styling etc. and every now and then there is a new update available, which resets some of the efforts I've put in and I have to spen lot's of time again to get my mods done.
just now I upgraded from 2.0.10 to 2.0.12 cause the changelog tells: Fixed is_on_sale function for products without prices (which is a issue for smart coupons I bought)
For just one fix I realised new issues. just in testing 2 minutes after upgrade I see for example in checkout page the cart menu shows 0,-, the "shipping to.." is expanded even you select "ship to billing address", just to name two of the new issues I found in just 2 minutes after upgrade!
I'm just days before the launch of my online store and have to make the most important decission I recommend to all of you:
Once your bug-list holds only some minor issues STOP to upgrade, just like telling: never change a running system.
Otherwards you will end up in troubleshooting instead of selling your products!
It is a great product and you can pull even more out of it with some premium extensions and themes for which I spent less then about $400. But I will defenitly stop upgrading to the latest versions - I will go back to 2.0.10 and start selling products hopefully!
woo's: don't missunderstand me, it's great, I'm happy to have it done so far and did not lost my mind yet :)
(sorry for my bad english, I'm living in Vienna/Austria)
PS: yes currently I'm impetuous - pardon me!
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