Introducing WooCommerce Advanced Messages

Posted on April 18, 2015

‘WooCommerce Advanced Messages’, a pretty broad name isn’t it? I had to really think about a name for this plugin, because you can do a lot with it, and it is broad. In this post I will take you through a walk-through of the plugin, what it does, and how it works. WooCommerce Advanced Messages WooCommerce Advanced […]

Introducing WooCommerce Extended Reviews

Posted on March 14, 2015

Not too long ago, WooCommerce Extended Reviews was released. This plugin was not released on the same market place as WooCommerce Advanced Shipping, but a new one called Shop Plugins. The plugin allows you to setup rating categories where your customers can rate your products on. WooCommerce Extended Reviews This plugin will allow your customers to give ratings, […]

WordPress nearby positions

Posted on February 25, 2015

As a member of the Facebook group Advanced WordPress I see a lot of interesting conversations coming by. Today I came across an interesting post from Fabrizio about setting up a relationship between a custom post types based on geographical locations. I am not sure why, but I researched a bit about this topic a […]

Shipping debug mode

Posted on January 01, 2015

This is a short blog post about the shipping debug mode. I will explain what it is, where you can find it, how you can use it and for what situations you should enable this setting. By default WooCommerce caches every shipping rate calculation for 1 hour. They are doing this because calculating the shipping rates is […]

Introducing WooCommerce Advanced Shipping

Posted on October 25, 2014

WooCommerce Advanced Shipping has been released some weeks ago, but never got introduced on here. Anyone who is looking for a nice allround shipping plugin for WooCommerce, I would recommend reading further in this article as it will explain what to expect from the plugin. WooCommerce Advanced Shipping Lets start with a small explanation what the plugin […]

Google Analytics One-page tracking

Posted on October 25, 2014

Right now there’s a big trend in long one-page websites out there. They look awesome, have more information on the page than most regular does and decrease the number of pages that the user needs to load. One downside is that these one-page websites may have high bounce rates. Why are the bounce rates high? […]

Using Ghostlab

Posted on August 14, 2014

One of the thing I find very important is workflow. I’m always in the chase in how to improve my current workflow; How can I do this thing faster; How can I do it better; How can I automate this? etcetera etcetera. While browsing the web I came across some tool for auto-refreshing after you save […]

7 Google products you probably don’t use

Posted on May 17, 2014

Everyone knows that Google is a huge company. They keep up with trends and have numerous products and services. A lot of people don’t use or even don’t know about many of those products. I’ve listed some nice Google products I use or think are interesting for you to use! Google Keep Google Keep is […]

Contact Form 7 validation errors don’t dissapear

Posted on February 15, 2014

Since v3.6 of Contact Form 7 the validation errors don’t dissapear when you hover over the error. For many website’s this will not be a problem, but for some it will be. I was one of the persons this was a problem for, so I went and created 3 fixes. Reason Contact Form 7 validation […]