Well, good morning everybody and welcome to this first lesson in our How to create an online store with WooCommerce series. Now, I would like to introduce you to Laura Crisci. Laura has been long suffering waiting for me to get to the point where I was ready to teach this course. I think it
As we just discussed, you need to create a store plan for your online store. This is a store plan outline that I proposed a month ago in that course on how to make a choice about shopping cart plugins. The type of store we’re building is a large store with many digital products and
Good morning everybody and welcome to lesson 2 of our class in How to Sell Digital Products with WP eStore which is part of our WordPress eCommerce Seminar series. In the first lesson we created a simple online store in WP eStore but today we're going to be creating the larger store that sells lots
Now that we've discussed how to create a plan for your WordPress eCommerce website, we're going to move on to comparing your criteria to the Shopping Cart plugins capabilities. Once you've got a plan based on the kinds of products you want to sell and how you want to sell them, now you can catalog
Now that I've given you a brief summary of all of the 5 WordPress Shopping Cart plugins that we’ve talked about and have been comparing here today, we're going to move on to figuring out how to choose the right plugin for your needs. We're going to start talking about how to choose the right
We are going to be taking a look at 5 different WordPress eCommerce Shopping Cart plugins and comparing them. We talked extensively last week about all the different elements that you have to consider, now we're going to talk about 5 different plugins and see how they potentially work in the context of the things
Now that we’ve discussed order processing part of the criteria for choosing an eCommerce plugin for WordPress, we’ll move on to marketing and customer management criteria. Then we have marketing criteria for choosing the right WordPress eCommerce plugin. One of the marketing criteria you want to consider is whether or not it automatically integrates with
Now that we’ve discussed product display part of the criteria for choosing an eCommerce plugin for WordPress, we’ll move on to order fulfillment or order processing criteria. One thing to consider for order processing is what payment gateways does your plugin support. The big boys are PayPal Standard, PayPal Pro and Authorize.net but not all
Now that we've discussed the types of eCommerce sites available, we'll move on to discussing the criteria for choosing an eCommerce plugin for WordPress. I'm just going to take a look at the criteria for choosing an eCommerce plugin for WordPress. Now, there are really 6 areas of criteria to consider when you're trying to
There are a number of different types of eCommerce sites. We're going to talk about these different types of eCommerce sites because a big part of this process or perhaps the biggest part of what we're going to be doing next week is evaluating our online store needs. That is to say, what are the
Now that we've covered the various ways to sell your products online, we'll move on to the advantages of using WordPress to sell your products. There are some advantages to using WordPress for your eCommerce. One of the big advantages is that WordPress is inexpensive, right? There's never any kind of a monthly fee for
Good morning everybody and welcome to this first session of our summer seminar series on setting up eCommerce websites with WordPress. Over the next 2 weeks we're going to be spending all of our time talking about How to Choose the Right eCommerce Plugin for your site. While we are focusing on how to sell
There is no such thing as a "one size fits all" shopping cart for WordPress. In this seminar we discuss all of the things you need to consider before you choose the shopping cart to sell your products. We start off by discussing your various options and then provide you with a detailed checklist. From there we compare that checklist to a list of 5 WordPress shopping cart plugins to help you decide which one is right for you. These videos are available to free members.
In this session we discuss the different sets of conditions applied to the shopping cart and cart item. These conditions apply to any item name, item quantity, item amount, total quantity, shipping amount, subtotal amount, discount amount, customer type, ship-to country, promo code and promo use count. That’s the catalog product. For the shopping cart
In this session we show where to apply promotions in Shopp. We look at the Promotions Editor and talk about the areas (cart item, shopping cart and catalog product) that the discounts can be applied to what happens when you apply the discount to these areas. Once you’ve decided what kind of a discount you
If you would like to provide discount prices, a certain amount of money off, or coupon codes for your products in Shopp, then this seminar is for you. We discuss the types of promotions and discounts available and the conditions in which they are applied. Then we show where and how to apply to the promotions and finish with a specific example of free shipping with a coupon code.
In this session we show how to customize the shipping and tax labels in Shopp by editing some codes in cart.php. We replace some programmatic functionality that Shopp has with static answers and change them so they display the way we want them to on the page. Rick: This is the site Main Clinic Supply
In this session, we show how to create an on click version of a WP eStore add to cart button using the focus pseudo-element in CSS. So you want to go about creating an on click version of the Add to Cart button in WP eStore. Do you have a… can you point me to
This is the fourth in a short series on looking at the new features in WP eStore 5.3. In this lesson we’ll consider a new variation pricing scheme made possible by allowing products to have no cost and to hide the original cost. In this example we have 3 variations each with their own cost.
This is the third in a short series on looking at the new features in WP eStore 5.3. In this lesson we’ll look at the “old price” feature. We’ll add the old price to a product and then add some custom styling to make it look better. Okay, there’s one other thing I want to