Today we’re excited to release WooCommerce 3.5 into the wild! 3.5 has been in development since May, and has had over 1512 commits from 98 contributors. 3.5 is a “minor” release; this version should be backwards compatible with sites running versions of WooCommerce greater than or equal to 3.0. We do of course recommend ensuring&ellipsis;Read the full post »
WooCommerce 3.4.7 is now available. This is the last WooCommerce 3.4.x release, and it patches a couple issues introduced in WC 3.4.6 on certain site setups. ~9 commits made it into this release and the full changelog is below. * Fix – Simplify importer file path check to cause less issues. #21573 * Fix –&ellipsis;Read the full post »
We have delayed the release of WooCommerce 3.5 by one week in order to do extra testing and QA on the release. The testing regimen for WooCommerce releases is very thorough and covers a variety of servers, and themes, and running the prerelease version in staging and production on live sites. This will help ensure&ellipsis;Read the full post »
WooCommerce 3.5.0 RC2 is available for testing. We’ve fixed the following new issues since the last RC as well as fixing some issues discovered in 3.5 changes: * Fix – Fix warning when using logger instance in woocommerce_logging_class filter. #21448 * Fix – Use uppercase “ID” when sorting product queries by ID. #21461 * Fix&ellipsis;Read the full post »
Take a look at the listed Gutenberg Layouts and Blocks and combine them with new Gutenberg-ready Themes. The Gutenberg 4.0 version has about 140 line items in the change log, some a major bug fixes, some are quirks finally fixed and some are changes n…
WooCommerce 3.4.6 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites as soon as possible. Versions 3.4.5 and earlier are affected by a handful of issues that allow Shop Managers to exceed their capabilities and perform malicious actions. These issues can be exploited&ellipsis;Read the full post »
Storefront 2.3.4 has been tagged for release and uploaded to WordPress.org. Here’s what’s changed pulled directly from the changelog: * Tweak – Introduced new styles for enhanced compatibility with Composite Products 3.14.0 and Product Bundles 5.8.0. * Fix – Improved touch support for dropdowns. * Fix – Added missing RTL support to the Guided Tour in the&ellipsis;Read the full post »
Do you want to move your website from Joomla to WordPress? While Joomla is a good content management system, it is NOT as powerful, flexible, and user-friendly as WordPress. Often users might start with Joomla, but they eventually switch to WordPress. In this article, we… Read More »
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Are you looking for ways to recover WooCommerce abandoned cart sales? On average 60 – 80% of people who “add to cart” do not end up buying. This means if you have an online store, then you’re losing out on a lot of sales. In… Read More »
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Update October 8, 2018 “With nested blocks, you can set a template. When added a page, all the inner blocks are already displayed. You can lock the parent block so blocks inside never change.” Raquel M. Smith, who builds plugins for food blogs at WPTa…