5 Key Benefits of Migrating from Shopify to WooCommerce for Enterprise Solutions

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Both Shopify and WooCommerce are formidable platforms for running an e-commerce store. However, if your business has scaled to an enterprise level, you might find that WooCommerce offers specific advantages that make it an excellent fit. In this article, we’ll explore the five key benefits of migrating from Shopify to WooCommerce for enterprise solutions. 1. …

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How to Optimize Your WordPress Site for International Markets

Entering the international arena is an exciting milestone for any business, but it comes with its own set of challenges, especially when it comes to your website. WordPress, thanks to its versatility, can be an excellent platform to host your multi-national business. Here’s how to optimize your WordPress site for international markets. Language Translation Manual …

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Why WooCommerce is the Best Choice for Scaling Your E-commerce Business

Scaling an e-commerce business is a multifaceted endeavor that involves inventory management, customer service, and most importantly, a robust digital platform that can handle growth. When it comes to scalability and flexibility, WooCommerce stands out as the go-to e-commerce solution for businesses. Let’s delve into why WooCommerce is the best choice for scaling your e-commerce …

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Sample Code – Adding UPS Tracking Code to Links

Have you ever wanted to drop a UPS order tracking code link into your website (for orders) or email to customers, to allow them to “click here to track your order” and were wondering how to format this link? Well, wonder no more with a simple tutorial describing how to make exactly that! Sample Code …

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Why Is My Website Slow?

This is a question we are asked by people on a regular basis: “Why is my website slow?” The answer provided here, since 2012, is generally speaking in a WordPress context – because we are WP specialists – but a lot of the rules will apply to really any website, particularly one which runs on …

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How To: Leverage Browser Caching for Images, CSS and JS

Ever checked your website speed using GTmetrix, Pingdom, PageSpeed or Yslow… or any of the other many and various latest and greatest speed checking tools? ***2021 update: take a look at Lighthouse Well, if you have, you might have come across a request to “leverage browser caching…” or similar. What does “Leverage Browser Caching” actually …

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Minimum Requirements for WooCommerce

Below are the minimum requirements for WooCommerce and (by extension) WordPress. Some are taken from WooCommerce, some from WordPress, and also, some, we are adding as recommendations. It should be apparent, below, which is which! Before getting started, if you’re here to assess a WooCommerce host, then you may be interested to check out our …

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How to add Push Notifications to your AMP website

The AMP-wp team posted this content over here, at the official website, and it may well be of interest to anyone running AMP WordPress sites – certainly it’s something that our clients running AMP sites have asked for. We have our own approach, which we may tutorialize here, if you would like an alternative method. …

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