No more frantic searches for a developer to bring your store back online! With WooCart you can do it on your own by following a few simple steps.
We make it easy to troubleshoot errors on your WooCommerce store, even if you have only basic technical knowledge.
One of the most frustrating issues with WordPress are blank page errors. How to troubleshoot something when there is no information? The old way was to disable all plugins, reset the theme to default, and then start enabling one-by-one. No more!
WooCart has amazing error handling and shows you an ID for every error. You can then use this ID to find the root cause in Error Logs.
Copy the error ID you've been shown and go to Error Logs. Enter the ID, and it shows you exactly what happened.
Even if you're not a developer, you can find the culprit (usually a plugin), which you can then disable and bring your store back online in just a few seconds.
Has the culprit broken your WordPress, and you can't even log in to disable it? Use the command-line tool WP-CLI and with a simple command disable the plugin or theme causing the issue.
WP-CLI is a powerful tool that you can use even when your store doesn't have issues. Want to update all plugins without logging into the store? Enter 'wp plugin update --all' and it's done!
With WooCart, you get full transparency. Review the memory and CPU usage of Webserver and MySQL. If the Server Metrics show a spike, take a look at the Plugin Metrics and check which plugin started abusing the resources.