Friday’s WooCommerce featured plugin is ‘PDF Invoice’ – a marked step up on the default WooCommerce one both in looks and functionality.
WooCommerce today launched a very interesting plugin designed to help store owners fight fraudulent transactions on their store.
A recent report from Cybersource, a unit of Visa estimated the fraud cost for online retailers to be $3.5 billion or 0.9% of online revenue in 2012.
It’s vital in eCommerce to ensure a customer can quickly enter their billing details and get through the payment process with as little fuss as possible.
That’s why I’m interested in this address autocomplete plugin for just $11 which uses Google’s Places API to quickly return location results as soon as you start typing.
The official widget from Twitter was not explicitly designed for WordPress but I think it’s the best option for embedding tweets on your site.
It allows you to display tweets from a range of sources including your own feed, tweets you have favorited, tweets from lists you have created, search queries, and collections.