• Snippets,  Tutorial,  WooCommerce

    How to Disable Out of Stock Variations in WooCommerce Variable Products?

    Customers prefer options while choosing a product. WooCommerce variable products can offer such options. A variable product is a type of product in WooCommerce which allows selecting options, like different colors, sizes, and SKU.  Now, if you are selling variable products, and some of your product is out of stock, you have the option to hide the out-of-stock products. WooCommerce already has a setting to completely remove products/variations products when out of stock. This means they’re no longer visible on shop pages or on product pages for the variations.  Remove Out of Stock Products Go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Inventory settings section. There you’ll find the ‘Out of stock visibility’ checkbox; check the box if you’d want…

  • Tutorial,  WordPress

    How to Create a WordPress Child Theme

    You’ve been running your WordPress site or an e-commerce site for a while and it’s been doing fine and meeting your requirements. But now, you need some customization or need to override some functionality of your parent theme. Its the best practice to use a child theme. What is a child theme in WordPress? A child theme is a sub-theme that inherits the look, feel, and functions of the parent theme. It contains some specific instructions to tell WordPress that this is a child theme and what the parent theme is. WordPress then uses the code from the parent theme in most instances but will override this with code from the child theme (if necessary).…

  • Tutorial,  WooCommerce

    How to increase WooCommerce site speed effectively?

    Site speed is cash for an eCommerce website. The quicker your WooCommerce website is, the better the shopping experience. Nowadays, store performance is so crucial that it can determine whether your WooCommerce store succeeds or fails. When a website takes longer than 3 seconds on average to load the first page, users have been found to seek out an alternative store. A faster page speed ensures a better user experience. A better user experience means good SEO, better checkout completion rates, and more joyful visitors. This, in turn, increases conversion, leading to more sales and revenue. It always keeps you one step ahead of your competitors who have slow-loading sites. Now that you’ve understood why speed is important…