Adding extensions and plugins to your Shop can really boost things up. The all mighty extension, WooCommerce Product Filter, adds extended functionalities to WooCommerce. One of those is really trending today. That’s filtering variable products or variations in your Shop/Product Archives. Product Filter does this in style, supporting AJAX loading functions too.
When it gets to filtering variations, there’s no match like the Product Filter for WooCommerce!
Setting up products is the most important here. Follow this guide:
Our plugins are used on over 10000+ websites! Problems? Only with bad themes and custom coding. We needed a stable environment for our plugins to keep your shop safe at all times. Lately a few crucial updates were released for WooCommerce. Users were faced with a lot issues coming from their themes. ShopKit Theme is here to get over all these “begginers” issues and focus you on selling only! ShopKit is the only pack that includes essential tools for WooCommerce. The all mighty Product Filter for WooCommerce, Improved Sale Badges and Variable Products, Frontend Manager, Warranties and Returns.. This list is really long ($294 worth of plugins to be precise)! All synchronized and ready to go!
Since the release of the all new WooCommerce 3.0.0 a few days ago, a lot has changed! Many things aren’t working any more. The real question is, will they even be maintained? How can a user be 100% sure that software that he’s using will still work after the updates.
To maintain properly plugins for WooCommerce, which is developing at a staggering phase, plugin authors need a lot of commitment or at least manpower. This is why you should only get important plugins from trusted sources. Know your seller, before you make a purchase! Don’t buy outdated plugins, don’t buy plugins that aren’t supporting the latest version of WooCommerce, don’t buy plugins without support, as these will all cost you in some time when they stop working.
A prominent position in the crowded online market place is crucial to the survival of any online business, but many businesses overlook this vital aspect of online marketing.
Back in the early days of the Internet it was enough simply to have a website, that would allow you to sit back and wait for customers to come to you. Today this is unlikely to happen unless you occupy niche, but there are few niches available on today’s fast moving Internet landscape, try finding a domain for your business that hasn’t already been taken and you will see just how competitive it is.