Great but little adjustments for German market
I love WooCommerce. We operate a store on it, we've built plenty of websites for customers on it, and we have designed many stock Genesis themes for it as well.
The plugin comes with lots of great core functionality and then offers hundreds of add on extensions for additional features.
Very complex and sometimes a bit frustrating to get it to submit to your will, but otherwise awesome.
Be careful when updating WooCommerce.
Wait at least one week after an update is issued. There are ALWAYS more than one updates at a time.
Backup, and be careful.
Overall, I like it a lot!
I understand the need to support development by charging for plugins, but some of them seem quite (annually) overpriced for what I would consider essential features, like CSV import. Fortunately, there are a few free alternatives for those. I would definitely buy certain plugins if they were more moderately priced. It's hard to get a client on board with WC when I start by saying the plugin is free, but essential plugins for that plugin will bring it to several hundred dollars out of the gate. I'm not saying that viewpoint is just, but it is a fact of business. Maybe clients should feel lucky to get it at this price even, who's to say?
No es la panacea, no es Prestashop ni Magento, pero permite crear una tienda con la plantilla wordpress.
No es la solución óptima para crear una tienda, pero para pequeñas cosas es genial. Es sencillo y consistente. Recomendable si no haces una web exclusiva de comercio electrónico.
Love the improvement that are being made. Keep it up guys!
It works, and it's free. What more do you need?
Used this because it was cheapest way to launch an online store. It's more expensive now but has loads of great features and is the best eCommerce plugin for WordPress.
Sale price scheduling not working
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