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Accepting Payments (including Recurring Payments) on WordPress.com

I’m a fan of building websites with the least amount of technical debt and things you have to be responsible for as possible for what you wanna do. Sometimes you take on this debt on purpose because you have to, but when you don’t, please don’t ;).

Let’s say you need to build a site that can take money from customers, but on a recurring basis. WordPress.com can do that now, and it’s a fantastic choice because it’s all … Read article “Accepting Payments (including Recurring Payments) on WordPress.com”

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How to Customize the WooCommerce Cart Page on a WordPress Site

A standard e-commerce site has a few common pages. There are product pages, shop pages that list products, and let’s not forget pages for the user account, checkout flow and cart.

WooCommerce makes it a trivial task to set these up on a WordPress site because it provides templates for them and create the pages for you right out of the box. This is what makes it easy to get your store up and running in a few minutes just … Read article “How to Customize the WooCommerce Cart Page on a WordPress Site”

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Let’s Build a JAMstack E-Commerce Store with Netlify Functions

A lot of people are confused about what JAMstack is. The acronym stands for JavaScript, APIs, and Markup, but truly, JAMstack doesn’t have to include all three. What defines JAMstack is that it’s served without web servers. If you consider the history of computing, this type of abstraction isn’t unnatural; rather it’s the inevitable progression this industry has been moving towards.

So, if JAMstack tends to be static by definition, it can’t have dynamic functionality, server-side events, or use a … Read article “Let’s Build a JAMstack E-Commerce Store with Netlify Functions”

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A Basic WooCommerce Setup to Sell T-Shirts

WooCommerce is a powerful eCommerce solution for WordPress sites. If you’re like me, and like working with WordPress and have WordPress-powered sites already, WooCommerce is a no-brainer for helping you sell things online on those sites. But even if you don’t already have a WordPress site, WooCommerce is so good I think it would make sense to spin up a WordPress site so you could use it for your eCommerce solution. … Read article “A Basic WooCommerce Setup to Sell T-Shirts”

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#164: Basic WooCommerce Walkthrough

WooCommerce is a powerful and flexible eCommerce plugin for WordPress. Wanna sell subscriptions or memberships? WooCommerce can do that? Digital downloads? Yep. Appointments and bookings? Sure.

But the meat and potatoes of eCommerce, so to speak, is selling a physical product and shipping it and WooCommerce does that great as well. That’s exactly what we do on CodePen’s store. We aren’t exactly in the eCommerce business as our primary thing, so we wanted something easy to … Read article “#164: Basic WooCommerce Walkthrough”

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Designing A Product Page Layout with Flexbox

Every day at Shopify I speak with Partners who are constantly pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in ecommerce design. Recently, I’ve noticed a number of designers are experimenting with Flexbox in their stores. As web designers and developers, one of our primary goals is to bring focus to content and make it easy for our visitors to navigate that content. To accomplish this goal, we need a functioning layout where technology gets out of the way and the content … Read article “Designing A Product Page Layout with Flexbox”