How to add a Variable product in WooCommerce to your WordPress website with Divi

How to add a Variable product in WooCommerce to your WordPress website with Divi

How to add a Variable product in WooCommerce to your WordPress website with Divi You're Reading: How to add a Variable product in WooCommerce to your WordPress website with Divi In Resources & Tutorials & WordPress Contact us Subscribe Variable products are a product type in WooCommerce that lets you offer a set of variations on a product. Variable products are a product type in WooCommerce that lets you offer a set of variations on a product, with control over prices, stock, image, and more for each variation. They can be used for a product like a shirt, where you can offer a large, medium and small and in different colors. Let us know if this tutorial has helped you or if you have any questions or comments! Hannah Raeside Office Manager, Pod Creative A little bit about Attributes To create a variable product, an attribute must first be defined for the product. These attributes can then be used to make a distinction between different variations. For example, if you’re selling T-shirts online, you can create an attribute for clothing sizes extra small all the way up to 6XL! 1. Click on the products Tab on the left hand side bar Hover your mouse over Products and select the tab.  When the products page opens, click on Add New Product.   2. Making it a Variable Product A)   Enter the product name you desire. B) Select your product category (you can also add a new category). C)  Set your product image. D) Select Variable Product from the drop-down beside Product Data. E) Add your main product description. F) Click Save...
How to add a Variable product in WooCommerce to your WordPress website with Divi

Woocommerce: How to refund an order in Woocommerce

Woocommerce: How to refund an order in Woocommerce You're Reading: Woocommerce: How to refund an order in Woocommerce In Resources & Tutorials Contact us Subscribe When set-up correctly, refunding an order with WooCommerce is a breeze! This will be a step-by-step guide for WooCommerce beginners, requiring you to be logged into the back end of your website to begin. This post will cover both automatic and manual refund options. Let us know if this tutorial has helped you or if you have any questions or comments! Hannah Raeside Office Manager, Pod Creative Here are a few reminders about making a successful product Make sure you have a good image. Make sure your description contains relevant details. Make sure you set a price and your inventory. Step 1: Setting up your payment gateway 1. Start at the dashboard Hover your mouse over WooCommerce and click on “Settings.” 2. Click on Payments 3. so many choices! A.) Choose the payment option you would like to use. *** If you are planning to use PayPal as the payment option choose “Paypal Standard”. B.) Click Setup on the right-hand side.   C.) Add in all the required information. As a note, this will require you to be logged into your payment choice account. D.) Ensure you set up your API credentials correctly, this will allow you to do automatic refunds in your payment gateway option. E.) Save your changes and enable the payment option.   Step 2: Doing an Automatic Refund 1. Make sure your payment gateway is set up properly A) Start at the dashboard of your website. B) Click on WooCommerce, then...
Mailchimp for Beginners: How to create an email campaign

Mailchimp for Beginners: How to create an email campaign

Mailchimp for Beginners: How to create an email campaign You're Reading: Mailchimp for Beginners: How to create an email campaign In Resources & Tutorials Contact us Subscribe Let's learn how to make a Mailchimp campaign email! This will be a step-by-step guide for Mailchimp beginners, requiring you to be logged into your Mailchimp account. Hannah Raeside Office Manager, Pod Creative Here are a few reminders about making a successful email Customize your “to” field Use good photos to break up the text Don’t make your email too long 1. Start at the dashboard Click on Campaigns. 2. Click Create Campaign 3. lets get this set up A). Click on Email. B). Select the type of email you would like to send (We usually use “Regular”). C). Name your email. NOTE*** This is not the subject of the email, this is an internal name only! D). Click Begin. 4. Set up the basics A) Add your recipients, and don’t forget to personalize the “To” field! B) Add the “From” – we recommend using your business email, it’s more professional. C) Add the subject and the preview text. 5. Click Design Email A). Click Saved Templates (if you don’t have a template we suggest reading this post). B). Select your Template. 6. Let’s get designing! A). Add your content. B). Add your photos. C). Once you’ve added all your content click the blue “Continue” at the top. 7. Check your work Send a Test Email. 8. When you’re ready, send it! At the top of the page click either Schedule or Send. You’re done! Do you want to know more about...
Pod Creative’s $1K website package

Pod Creative’s $1K website package

Pod Creative’s $1K website package You're Reading: Pod Creative’s $1K website package In Pod Creative News and Events Contact us Subscribe Get a 1 page website for $1K! We do our best to explain to our clients that this $1K website deal is a stepping stone into an online presence that will be ultimately be valued at approximately $3-4K. More specifically, within the 13 hours of time we will have available to build a website like this, we we will put forward a working contact form made with Gravity Forms, a clear display of your logo, and a website that represents your business professionally. However, this is only the stepping stone into a journey that will involve regular relevant content creation, understanding and reacting to website analytics, and delving deeper into online marketing. Not to mention improving your generic search rankings. The full process taks up to (or more than) 50 hours to establish fully, and then one has to continue to keep things updated. Pieter Vorster Owner, Pod Creative This offer has emerging businesses and non-profits on a tight budget in mind, however those looking to improve an outdated website (such as ones built in Wix) could benefit from this too! The package includes the creation of a one-page website. Your new WordPress website will be built with the premium theme Divi, by Elegant Themes, which will allow your website to grow with the demands of your business. It will also include a contact form built with Gravity Forms and a blog element. The other thing this package comes with is us! In choosing this package you are becoming...
How to add a Variable product in WooCommerce to your WordPress website with Divi

Critical vulnerability in WooCommerce

Critical vulnerability in WooCommerce Here is what we know. A critical vulnerability was identified in WooCommerce (versions 3.3 to 5.5) and the WooCommerce Blocks feature plugin (versions 2.5 to 5.5).  Here is what we have done. We were notified by WooCommerce that Automatic software updates are currently rolling out to all stores running impacted versions of each plugin. In preparation for the roll out we have ensured all WooCommerce stores are up to the latest version (5.5.1) and recent back-ups of the website have been done.  A message from Woocommerce regarding compromised data. “Our investigation into this vulnerability and whether data has been compromised is ongoing. We will be sharing more information with site owners on how to investigate this security vulnerability on their site, which we will publish on our blog when it is ready. If a store was affected, the exposed information will be specific to what that site is storing but could include order, customer, and administrative information.” Where we go from here. For now, we will wait for the update and continue to monitor all our WooCommerce sites. WooCommerce is still a safe platform to use, and their development team is hard at work fixing the vulnerability. To stay up to date on the issue check out their blog. Name* First Last PhoneEmail* Message*Please confirm before sending* I am not a robot. NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Δ Web Development Graphic Design Hosting Campaign...

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