The customization we’ve made to WP eStore so far, like adding related products to the individual product posts, hasn’t required any custom CSS. And we haven't talked at all about how to use Custom CSS to style your store in Genesis. So that’s what we’re going to do next. In most instructions for editing CSS
So far we’ve customized WP eStore by adding custom “Add Now” and “Buy Now” buttons and we’ve added a Product Search to the sidebar. The next thing I'd like to do to customize WP eStore is to add related products to the individual product posts. The way we do that, of course, is edit the
Now that I’ve shown you how to create your first product for WP eStore, we're going to go over to a different site where I have created 28 products, estore3.genesisestore.com. Here under WP eStore, I have 28 products all with their information already set up. Under Pages you can see that the product pages have
Good morning everybody and welcome to this week’s session of the WordPress eCommerce Seminar Series. Today, we are going to continue the work that we were doing last week on setting up large eCommerce store that sells digital downloadable products and intangible products in WP eStore. If you weren't at the last session you might
Now that we've discussed the WP eStore system for Catalog Display, we're going to create products and product categories and we're going to start that off in the Genesis theme using pages. As I said earlier, we're going to use the page system because we want to do this in Genesis with the minimum amount
This course is designed for a beginning/intermediate WordPress user. You'll learn how to sell your digital products online using WordPress, WP eStore and either Thesis 2 or Genesis 2. Here you'll learn how to set up your store, how to collect payments and how to securely deliver your digital products (music, video, ebooks, courses, etc).