Starting an eCommerce website on WordPress is an excellent idea for any business looking to establish an online presence.
WordPress has many features and tools that make creating and managing an eCommerce website easier. Not only does it provide an easy-to-use platform for setting up your store, but it also offers a variety of plug-ins and themes to customize the look and feel of your site.
Additionally, WordPress is highly secure and reliable, making it the perfect choice for businesses that want to ensure their customers’ data is safe. With its user-friendly interface, powerful features, and unbeatable security, starting your eCommerce website on WordPress will be beneficial in the long run.
A huge part of running your eCommerce website on WordPress has the right plug-ins for your eCommerce store. Different aspects of running your eCommerce website on WordPress may rely on having the correct plug-in so your shop better caters to your customers or it’s easier for you to operate your store.
If you’re planning on starting an eCommerce store on WordPress and are interested in what kinds of plug-ins you should install for your site, then this article is for you. Here are seven WordPress eCommerce plug-ins for your store that you should try this year if you haven’t yet.
Today we’re introducing a new feature to Conductor called query tags. This is a feature that will let you query content for the current logged in user. This type of functionality has long been requested by our customers. We’re happy to announce that these types of queries are now possible in Conductor! Query tags are supported on all post types and Ninja Forms entries.
Update to the latest version of Conductor and the Conductor Query Builder Add-On to start using query tags in your queries. You’ll also need to update the Ninja Forms Add-On if you plan to use query tags on Ninja Forms entries. Read on to learn more about the new query tags feature.
That’s right, Conductor now has a Gutenberg block! We’ve also fixed a couple of small issues with pagination in Conductor Widgets and we have some cool new features in our pipeline which will be released throughout 2019. Read on to find out more!
We’re happy to announce that the newest version of Conductor is here! Today, we’re introducing the Conductor REST API, AJAX in Conductor Widgets, and a front-end Filtering add-on. We are also releasing a bunch of other enhancements and bug fixes to most of our other add-ons.
We’re going beyond pages and posts with our most recent release of the User Profiles add-on.
A new Conductor plugin add-on that allows you to query and display registered users within your WordPress website. By using the same user interface and simple query builder we use with content related data, we pass on that power to make more complex pages for your WordPress website.
Let’s take a look at the add-on and some of it’s benefits.
One of the most frequently asked questions we receive about our new Gravity Forms and Ninja Forms add-ons is: How to display form entries, to logged in users only.
While Conductor doesn’t support it out of the box, there are some great plugins that can help! In this video I’ll show you how to use Hide This plugin to hide a table of Gravity Forms entries, to logged in users only. If you’re looking for a more robust membership plugin to manage users, you might look to Paid Memberships Pro, for more options.
Enjoy the video tutorial below.
Custom Post Types make WordPress a true content management system.
You can structure and organize content beyond pages and posts, which WordPress serves up by default, but lacks in the creation of custom content. Want a collection of books or team members? No problem, CPT’s can do that. You can even include “custom fields” which you can image are just fields of specific data or content, per CPT. An example would be something like having a “Team” CPT with custom fields for each team member’s social media links, and e-mail fields. Stuff you want to live outside of the typical editor.
Fun stuff — but — the act of creating & displaying your CPT’s, isn’t something that WordPress is setup to do out of the box, for the average user. You’re going to need to have a handle on some basic coding skills, if you’re planning on doing this the manual way. This is great practice for those of you that want to take your WordPress development skills to the next level.
Every WooCommerce store owner, at some point, wants to list their featured products on the homepage of their WordPress website.
You’re either running a special promotion, or you’re trying to categorize the shopping experience for your visitor. In this post, I’ll teach you how to display WooCommerce products on the homepage of your WordPress website using the Conductor plugin and the WooCommerce add-on.
We’re pumped to announce the new Gravity Forms add-on for the Conductor toolkit!
From day one, Conductor has always been about displaying content in your WordPress database. We started with a posts and pages, then set our sights on custom post types & custom fields. Some time later, we released the Easy Digital Downloads & WooCommerce add-ons.
As we continue to improve Conductor for our customers, we wanted to find a way for potential new customers to experience the plugin, without having to purchase it.
While you have a 14-day money-back guarantee, sometimes you need to try before you buy — we get that. Since Conductor plugin isn’t in the WordPress.org repo (yet), the best place to download a copy for evaluation is our Github account.
In today’s video, we’ll take a look at finding Conductor on Github, and running through your first example query!