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Creating an Online Food Ordering System in WooCommerce

Creating an Online Food Ordering System in WooCommerce

During the global coronavirus crisis, many food businesses and restaurants are switching to take away and delivery-only options. And, to keep their business running, they’ve implemented a WooCommerce food ordering system that allows patrons to place orders using a web browser.

Setting up a WooCommerce food ordering system and offering food deliveries is far more cost-effective and sustainable than managing a dine-in restaurant – especially considering most restaurants have had to close down due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In this article, we’ll show you how you can create your own bespoke WooCommerce food ordering website in WooCommerce in a few simple steps.

Let’s put everything into context before we begin.

Best Caching Plugins for WooCommerce

Best WooCommerce Caching Plugins

If you’re like most online store owners, you might not know that WooCommerce caching is different than WordPress caching. This means, to speed up your online store, you’ll need to use one of the best caching plugins for WooCommerce specifically.

Since some WooCommerce pages are dynamic (unlike WordPress pages and posts), they’re not meant to be cached. Caching them would cause customers to see other customers’ account details or have random products appear in their shopping cart.

In order to build trust with your customers, you’ll need to make sure your online store delivers a safe and secure shopping experience. In fact, studies show that 79% of customers who run into any sort of performance issues on your website are less likely to buy from you again.

With this in mind, in this article, we’ll explain the differences between WooCommerce caching and WordPress caching and what you need to do to configure WooCommerce caching on your online store. We’ll also run the rule over some of the best caching plugins for WooCommerce and show you how to get started.

5 Best WooCommerce POS Plugins (Easy Point of Sale Setup)

Best WooCommerce POS Plugins

Searching for the best WooCommerce POS plugin to take physical orders on your WooCommerce store?

WooCommerce handles everything about eCommerce out of the box, but what if you want to remove the “e” and also use your store for in-person commerce?

With a point of sale (POS) plugin for WooCommerce, you can create sales and manage orders from a front-end system on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

In this post, I’ll share a little bit more about how a WooCommerce POS plugin works. Then, I’ll take you through the five best WooCommerce POS plugins.

WooCommerce Subscriptions Tutorial: Create Your First Subscription Product

WooCommerce Subscriptions

Getting someone to buy something from you one time is nice. Getting someone to buy something from you every single month automatically? Now that’s fantastic — after all, automatic recurring revenue is the eighth wonder of the world.

With WooCommerce and WooCommerce Subscriptions, you can easily create your own subscription-powered store using WordPress. What’s more, you can sell all kinds of products:

  • Physical products — like a monthly subscription box where you deliver a new product (or products) each month.
  • Digital products – like ongoing access to your library of stock photos.
  • Services – like a monthly coaching fee that you charge clients.

In this post, we’re not going to tell you what to sell or who to sell it to. But we are going to show you exactly how to sell recurring subscriptions using WooCommerce.

WooCommerce Hooks: Introduction, Tutorial, and Real-Life Examples

WooCommerce Hooks

If you want to customize how your WooCommerce store looks and/or functions, understanding WooCommerce hooks is going to make your life a whole lot easier. We’ve included two videos at the end which allow you to follow along step-by-step.

Hooks make it easy to insert content or change behavior at specific parts on your store, like the checkout page, shopping cart page, etc. What’s so great about WooCommerce hooks is that they let you do this without needing to edit any of the underlying theme template files.

WooCommerce Images – the ultimate guide for your site

The ultimate guide to product images in WooCommerce

High quality product images are a crucial factor in driving visitor engagement to your WooCommerce store. After looking at the best WooCommerce examples, excellent photography was a common feature. In this guide I’ll be showing you how to create great images within WooCommerce (no blurry ones) which are also optimized for speed. You’ll be able to apply these techniques, whatever the WooCommerce theme you’re using.

These performance benefits are a hugely important aspect of this. According to the HTTP Archive in 2019, images make up an average 21% of a total page’s weight. Having a fast WooCommerce site is crucial and you can see from the chart below what a big part images and video play in this.

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