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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.

Managing WooCommerce settings with Captiva Theme Options

Todays video tutorial is a follow up to yesterdays initial Introduction to Captiva Theme Options. Today we dig a little deeper into how to manage WooCommerce settings within the Captiva Theme Options panel.

In case you haven’t figured it out yet, we’re huge fans of WooCommerce 🙂 Within the core of WooCommerce there are just enough settings to not put off first time users to get a store up and running quick smart with minimum fuss. Compare this to Magento where you’ll need about a week to figure out some of the basics! WooCommerce subscribes to the same ethos of WordPress itself which is to keep the core as light as possible and use plugins and extensions to customize things to your specific requirements.

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