Category: Tutorials


Speed up WooCommerce: lessons learned from 100+ migrations

Last updated on 2020/12/21

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by Dejan Murko

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We’ve migrated over a hundred WooCommerce stores in the past few months from different hosts to WooCart. Most of our new users come to us because they want their WooCommerce store to load faster.

Automated deployments using GitHub action

Last updated on 2020/10/08

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by Janez Troha

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WooCart now supports deploying a plugin or theme from a repository with GitHub Action.

Six useful things you can do with WP-CLI

Last updated on 2020/08/12

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by Janez Troha

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At WooCart we strive to make complicated things simple for the average WooCommerce user. One of those is using WP-CLI.

Simple troubleshooting with WooCart’s Errors log

Last updated on 2020/06/01

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by Dejan Murko

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Watch the latest tutorial video on how you can troubleshoot errors with the Errors log.

One-minute WooCommerce installation with WooCart’s Store Wizard

Last updated on 2020/05/19

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by Dejan Murko

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In this WooCart tutorial video, we show you how you can create a WooCommerce store in a minute with WooCart’s Store Wizard.

How to use WooCart to build your online store fast and start selling today

Last updated on 2020/10/13

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by Dejan Murko

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With the big move to eCommerce, a lot of small businesses are scrambling to build their online stores. Here’s how you can build your own in a few hours.

The curious case of slow WordPress

Last updated on 2020/11/30

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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 […]