Recent woocommerce articles
Traffic is the lifeblood of an eCommerce website. Without traffic, you’re out of business – it’s that simple. The Yoast WooCommerce SEO helps grease the wheels of traffic generation for your WooCommerce store. Today we take a look at just why we think it’s a must have plugin for your WooCommerce store.
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.
Well it’s been a busy month at CommerceGurus towers – we’ve launched our first WooCommerce theme, Captiva on ThemeForest and we’ve been thrilled by the reception it has been getting.
From the outset, we wanted to create a modern WooCommerce theme with style, functionality and unmatched versatility.