In the last 2 years, I’ve been working with Jupiter Theme in most of my projects. It’s an amazing theme, using the latest technology and as the author says, it is the most advanced website builder – built for human.
As a WordPress developer, I like it because it’s pretty easy to customize. They have clean code and structure, so it’s a great experience to work with this theme.
When I write this article, this theme has been sold for 73,976 times on Themeforest. Pretty cool, huh? That’s why this theme is one of 2017′ best seller WordPress theme on Envato Market. Continue reading »
As a WordPress Developer, I have to be creative. I always try anything to make my client’s site looks and works better. For me, a website is not only have to be user friendly, but also granny friendly. If a granny can understand your website easily, you’ll be the winner!
In this articles, I will share 4 small stuffs that could be useful for your website. Continue reading »
Today I was dealing with a “little but annoying” thing. I found that there is an autofocus function on the First Name field under WooCommerce billing and shipping address. In a normal condition, maybe it’s not a problem. But when you did a customisation, for example : Re-order the fields, add some custom fields on the top and put the First Name to the middle or to the bottom, it doesn’t make sense to have the autofocus active.
As usual, I went to Uncle Google and found some threads. I found this and this. But unfortunately, all of those solutions are didn’t work for me. I guess because both of them are using
woocommerce_checkout_fields hook to call their function. Continue reading »
When you’re using WC Vendors Pro plugin + WooCommerce Simple Auction extension, you might wants to change the calendar into a day range. For example : 1 Day, 3 Days, 7 Days, etc.
Still didn’t get what I mean? Please see the sample below.
How to do that? Continue reading »
On my recent project, I work with AfterShip to track the shipment status of WooCommerce order. If you try to find it on Google, you will find this plugin :
Aftership – WooCommerce Tracking
That plugin is pretty cool, you can input the tracking number from wp-admin area and also put the Track button on the order details page so that your customer will be able to track their package with just single click.
But my challenge was bigger than that. I had to find a way to track the shipment automatically, so every time our customer open their order, they will see the latest status of their package, for example : In Transit, Delivered, etc. Continue reading »