Category: Blog


The curious case of slow WordPress

Last updated on 12/06/2019

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by Janez Troha

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We all know that awful feeling when a page is loading forever. We usually blame the hosting provider, the theme, or oftentimes a plugin. One common way to figure out which plugin is misbehaving is to start disabling plugins one by one, but unless you love clicking hundreds of times or more, there are better […]

How does your perfect WooCommerce staging look like?

Last updated on 02/05/2019

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by Dejan Murko

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We’ve started working on one of the most important features: WooCommerce staging. The goal is to easily allow publishing staging stores to production without the loss of order and customer data. This is a major, and painful issue with regular WP sites and the reason why most regular hosts are lacking for WooCommerce. There are […]

WordCamp Las Palmas, Our First Conference For 2019

Last updated on 26/04/2019

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by Matei Gavris

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It’s been a while since our last WordCamp so when I saw one taking place in the Canary Islands I said to myself it would be a shame to miss it. A couple of days passed and I was all set to go to WordCamp Las Palmas. Being the farthest EU territory, the Canary Islands […]

Help us with 1-click localization for your country – fill out a short form

Last updated on 26/04/2019

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by Dejan Murko

Update 29/8: What a fantastic response, thank you, everyone! We’ve received over 40 submissions in less than 24 hours. You can see the localization files in the WooCart public repository. There are still more countries to localize and we’re looking forward to even more of your submissions! A few weeks back when we mentioned in […]

First four weeks of development

Last updated on 26/04/2019

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by zupo

Yesterday marked one month since we started development on the WooCart project. Here’s a recap of how far we’ve got and what’s on the menu for the next couple of weeks. Disclaimer: Parts of this post get quite technical. While I’ve tried to explain the benefit of a certain technical detail for you, feel free […]

The suffering I had to go through to set up a basic WooCommerce store

Last updated on 26/04/2019

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by Dejan Murko

To refresh our knowledge of WooCommerce we decided that we’re going to start our own dropshipping store from the start all the way to selling the first product. Matei, our marketer, set up the store. He has some basic knowledge of WordPress and has set up his own Shopify stores in the past. He started […]

Why WooCommerce is losing against Shopify and why that’s really bad news

Last updated on 26/09/2019

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by Dejan Murko

The two most popular eCommerce platforms today are Shopify and WooCommerce. They are also complete opposites: one is a proprietary software run by a billion dollar North-American corporation, the other is an open source platform to which thousands of people contribute and millions of people use for free. But WooCommerce is slowly losing in this […]