• WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Stock ReportsWoocommerce
    Running an online store can put you in situations when you have to go through tough times. This happens especially when you run “out of stock” and your customers are dying to buy a particular product. This will come as a disadvantage for you in many respects. It will affect your earnings and a big question mark is raised on your store’s creditability and reliability. To sum it in short and sweet “Stock Management is a MUST! and a necessary evil”Read More…
  • WordPress
    WP_Query Arguments: Author, Search, Password, Permissions, Caching and Return FieldsMastering wp query featured image
    In this final tutorial on WP_Query arguments, learn about arguments to find posts by author, to use search terms in your query, to find posts with or without password protection, to query by user permissions, and to cache the query's results.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Customer ReportsWoocommerce
    Customers are the backbone for any business especially when you run an online store. As in this case the contact with your customers is a virtual one so, it's critical to be able to monitor, track and reward your customers. To do that it is important for online store owners to keep a strict tab on their customers' activities who visit their store and purchase items. WooCommerce provides online store owners with pretty amazing reports option in ref to their customers which is the topic of my today's article where I plan to explain the section of Customers reports. So, let's get started.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports - Part 4Woocommerce
    So far in this series, out of four I have discussed the first three sub-sections which an online store owner finds in the Orders reports. The fourth and last option deals with the reports which are categorized on the basis of Coupons by date. By now I am sure you must be familiar with the importance of coupons in any e-commerce business. Broadly speaking, on one side coupons can be termed as a good way to reward your customers but from a store owner's perspective coupons can be a source of loss for him as he is selling the product at a discounted rate. The fact is that considering their importance, WooCommerce has reserved an entire section of reports for the coupons separately. This section can prove helpful to sum up the benefits and overall results certain coupon based promotions brought to your business So, let's begin with the details that can be viewed here. Read More…
  • WordPress
    WP_Query Arguments: Status, Order and PaginationMastering wp query featured image
    In the next part of this series on WP_Query, learn about the arguments you can use to query posts by status, to define the order in which they'll be output and to set pagination options.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports - Part 3Woocommerce
    The first tab of reports in WooCommerce is for the "Orders" which an online store owner receives during a particular duration of time. This section is further divided into four sub-sections which provides a store owner with more and well refined filtered results. Of these four, I discussed the first two sub-sections (i.e. Sales by date & Sales by product) in my last two articles. So today, I will explain the details and functioning of the third part of Order reports which is Sales by category. Read More…
  • WordPress
    WP_Query Arguments: DateMastering wp query featured image
    In this part of the series on WP_Query, learn how to query your posts by their publication date and use complex arrays of arguments to create more flexible date queries.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Use Two Loops to Output Your First Blog Post DifferentlyMain blog 2 loops
    Ever wanted to show more detail for the first post on your main blog page? Learn how to do it using the WP_Query class and the pre_get_posts hook.Read More…
  • iOS
    Create a Mobile Application Using WordPress, Ionic, and AngularJSPreview image@2x
    Creating hybrid, mobile applications with technologies, such as Ionic Framework and Cordova, has become increasingly popular. This tutorial shows you how you can leverage those technologies to build a hybrid, mobile application for your WordPress website.Read More…
  • WordPress
    WP_Query Arguments: Custom FieldsMastering wp query featured image
    Learn how to query your posts by their custom field values (also known as post metadata) using the WP_Query class.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Using the Citrix Webinar API in WordPressCitrix and wp preview
    Citrix is a platform for online meetings, webinars and other A/V solutions. In this article I wanted to delve into the Webinar API a bit and show you some of the cool things we can bring into WordPress by using it. Read More…
  • WordPress
    WP_Query Arguments: TaxonomiesMastering wp query featured image
    In the next part of the series on the WP_Query class, learn how to add arguments for taxonomy terms to WP_Query.Read More…