Woocommerce: How to refund an order in Woocommerce

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 Settings, 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...
6 Common WordPress Login Issues

6 Common WordPress Login Issues

6 Common WordPress Login Issues You're Reading: 6 Common WordPress Login Issues In Tutorials & WordPress Contact us Subscribe Not being able to log in is such a drag! Here is 6 reasons why this might happen. Try as it might, technology doesn’t work 100% of the time. This is especially true for websites! If you’ve experienced difficulty logging into your WordPress website, well, you’re not alone. If you experience login issues, try one of the 6 suggestions below! Hannah Raeside Office Manager, Pod Creative How do I log in? Logging in to your WordPress website is the first step! Luckily, we’ve created a handy-dandy tutorial. Check it out here! 1. Lost or Forgotten Password If you’ve lost or forgotten your password there’s no cause for panic. It happens more often than you’d think!  First, if you’ve used multiple browsers or devices to log into WordPress, check to see if any of those browsers or devices are still logged in. If that doesn’t work you can first try using the built-in recovery feature. Click on Lost your password? on the login screen and you will be prompted to enter your email address. WordPress will send you a link via email, which you can use to create a new password. 2. Cache and Cookies Cookies are small files located in browser directories that store information about a user’s interaction with specific websites. WordPress requires the use of cookies during the login process. If cookies are not enabled, WordPress login can’t occur. The browser cache refers to the temporary files stored on your web browser when you access a web page. If your cache...
7 settings you need to check when starting a new WordPress site

7 settings you need to check when starting a new WordPress site

7 settings you need to check when starting a new WordPress site You're Reading: 7 settings you need to check when starting a new WordPress site In Resources & WordPress Contact us Subscribe Here's 7 must-check settings for WordPress Beginners! If you’re new to WordPress like our recent team addition Tony, setting up a new WordPress site can be intimidating. Fear not! If you follow our list of 7 settings you should check before you start designing your new site. Hannah Raeside Office Manager, Pod Creative How to get to your Settings Start at the dashboard of your site. On the left-hand side bar click on Settings. This will give you access to all the settings we will talk about today including General, Writing, Reading, Discussion, Media, Permalinks, and Privacy settings.  1. Configure your General Settings Typically your General settings don’t need to be adjusted, however, we highly encourage you to take a look just in case. Ensure your website is in the correct time zone, your happy with the time/date format, and that the new user default role is set to your preferred role. For more information check out this tutorial from the Elegant Themes blog! 2. Configure your writing settings Our friends at Elegant Themes wrote a fantastic How To blog on the WordPress writing settings. At its core, WordPress is all about writing. There are several WordPress writing settings that you can tweak to modify parts of the content creation experience. 3. Configure your Reading settings Check out this How-To post from our friends at Elegant Themes! No matter what you want your website to do, chances...
Woocommerce: How to refund an order in Woocommerce

How to Add a New Woo Commerce Simple Product to your WordPress Site with Divi

How to Add a New Woo Commerce Simple Product to your WordPress Site with Divi You're Reading: How to Add a New Woo Commerce Simple Product to your WordPress Site with Divi In Resources & Tutorials Contact us Subscribe Step-by-step instructions on how to put a product into your Woo Commerce merchandise store. This will be a step-by-step guide for WordPress beginners, requiring you to be logged into the back end of your website to begin.  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 Set your price Pick a good photo to display your product Write a clear, distinctive description 1. Click on the products Tab on the left hand side bar Hover your mouse over #1 Products and select the tab.  As the products page opens then click on Add New Product #2.   2. Setting the name, price, category, and image 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) Set your price 3. Continue to set up the Product as per Below A)  Set Your SKU Code B)  Click the Manage Stock Box C)  Set Your Stock Quantity D)  Set your Backorder Permission (Allow, Do Not Allow or Allow but notify customer) E)  Set your Store-wide Threshold (Min number of stock to notify you to order more stock) 4. Setting up the Shipping A)  Click on the shipping tab B)  Set a weight for item to...
Mailchimp for Beginners: Creating a Template

Mailchimp for Beginners: Creating a Template

Mailchimp for Beginners: Creating a Template You're Reading: Mailchimp for Beginners: Creating a Template In Resources & Tutorials Contact us Subscribe Creating your first template in Mailchimp may seem daunting, but it's pretty fun! Templates are time savers, and time is money! Spending half an hour creating a template in Mailchimp saves you time in the long run, and provides you with a consistent look, messaging, and branding. Hannah Raeside Office Manager, Pod Creative So many benefits! We love templates, and for a good reason too! Spending a bit of time creating yourself a template saves you so much time in the long run. Plus, when you go to create your Mailchimp Newsletter, simply place your images in their spot, fill in the text, and you’re good to go.  Starting from the top 1) Log yourself into your Mailchimp account and start at the dashboard. 2) Click on Campaigns in the left-hand white bar (it’s the megaphone). 3) Now click on Email Templates. 4) Click on Create Template. IMPORTANT! When you’re creating your template remember to keep your branding consistent! Use the same fonts, colours, and designs you use for marketing.  Creating the Template 5). Select your starting point. Depending on your account you may have access to a larger number of options, however, we typically recommend the 1 column option located directly under Basic.   6). Design your template! It will start out looking pretty basic, like the photo to the left, but with some time and work it will look great.  6) a. Drag and drop blocks from the right-hand side to add various modules such as...

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