We work with WooCommerce including WooCommerce Extensions, Themes and Plugins.
We develop new sites as well as take over support of existing sites. We can manage your hosting environment whether it be a dedicated server or cloud. We are expert at troubleshooting WordPress performance issues and are experienced in debugging WooCommerce Extensions. If you have a problem site, we’re the people to talk to!
We understand both WordPress and WooCommerce. We’ve been working with WordPress since 2006. And we’ve been working with WordPress eCommerce plugins since 2008. We decided to specialize in WooCommerce in 2012.
Our team includes graphic designers and front end developers. We can develop custom WordPress themes as well as modify existing themes to satisfy your specific site needs.
We can install WordPress and WooCommerce. We can add and/or develop extensions for it. We can resolve Plugin and Extension conflict. We can also help resolve site speed issues that result from using free third party or purchased themes.
The site is for a workout franchise. They have freestanding studios and also license their class to gyms around the world. The site is meant to teach people about the class, allow people to find their local studio, purchase their branded products and also serve as a system for recruiting and managing their instructors and franchises.
The project was a complete rebuild of the site which was already using WordPress. Given the highly custom nature we proposed using osCommerce. However the client decided to stay with WordPress and use WooCommerce.
It involved a new responsive design and and the addition of WooCommerce as well as other custom functionality including:
- international store locator
- studio pages
- instructor application forms
- online membership to access video content
Originally the project was awarded to another developer, however the client’s agency returned to us and asked us to take over when the selected developers failed to deliver.
General news about eCommerce trends and WordPress/WooCommerce announcements
A security vulnerability has been identified in all version of WordPress lower than 5.1.1.If you are using a older version of WordPress then please update immediately.
If your site uses reCAPTCHA to prevent SPAM on form entries take care when upgrading as you could break the API and end up with a whole lot of SPAM …
WordPress 5 has been released and along with it Gutenberg. Before you update, we strongly suggested you set up a test site and check out the impact of changes on your theme, content and plugins very carefully.
It might be open source but WordPress is far from open in terms of tolerating older versions on the Internet. They claim they care about security but in reality their concern is their brand.