WooCommerce is a powerful, extendable eCommerce plugin that helps you sell anything. Beautifully.
I could not find a better e-commerce plugin for WordPress!
This plugin is simply getting better and better! Customizing templates is getting easier and there are more add-ons available to enhance the site.
The only reason I did not rate this a 5 is because there are some mods that need to be one via custom functions that seem to me would be obvious to do with the admin panel i.e. disabling breadcrumbs.
(Added after writing the text bellow: I finally discovered what was wrong and it was a 3rd party plugin for calculating shipping. I changed the rating like I said. I still think you could had easily avoid most of this if you really cared about your users by simply testing the first update you did which was a disgrace to every single site and it had nothing to do with 3rd party plugins or themes. Anyway, I wish you the best because this really is a great plugin)
Just because this is a free plugin it doesn't mean you have the right to trash everyone's sites like this! This was a completely irresponsible move of you guys! I'm sure you knew this update was going to do this, and if you didn't then you just didn't care enough for all these "ungrateful fools" since all you had to do was test it in a single site to see it doesn't work as it should.
Fix this and I'll change my rate.
WC 2.0.20 + WP 3.8.1
I have a question please.
How can I list product categories across any page of my website not just in /shop?
I've tried the shortcode but it's not working. It will only work on the page who is declared as the shop page in woocommerce settings.
it is a very good plugin. But it is one problem. Screenshorts is too small.))
I've worked with Shopp, WP e-Commerce and WooCommerce on some major projects and WooCommerce is definitely the most stable and has great documentation.
This is an amazing ecommerce plugin. I have recently changed all my ecommerce sites over from WP E-commerece to Woo, sooooo much better.
The reason that I have given it 4 stars instead of 5 though is that I have a problem I can't seem to rectify. At the moment I have the Default 'Category Display option' set to both. This does display the subcategory thumbnails and product thumbnails but there is no discernible order. The subcategory images are first and then a pretty much random group of product thumbnails from all subcategories follow. I would like them to display in groups of the subcategories. This seems like quite a logical function to me, after all isn't this the way products are displayed in most shops around the world? I maybe missing something but I cannot seem to find this function anywhere.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
After being stuck at first base on something quite simple, it's now looking much more promising.
Once you get the hang of how you are supposed to do things, it is quite logical and easy to use.
There are things I will need to do which at the moment are not immediately visible - this may mean getting the purchased version. If this is the case, then it should become a very useful plugin.
I have been able to fit it into my theme and change CSS elements so that the e-commerce pages styling is consistent.
As above I think there should be clearer documentation on some simple processes. Will report back when i've gone further.
So far all is going well with Woocommerce. Whenever I need help I get a response within 24 hours if not quicker. Thank you so much.
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