The topic of e-commerce is increasingly relevant, with mobile commerce transactions estimated to total $3.2 trillion in 2017. With this incredible growth, the process of owning and running an e-commerce store is becoming ever easier, with solutions like Magento and OpenCart eliminating some of the steps of getting started. However, an alternative comes in the form of one of the world’s most popular content management systems: WordPress.
WooCommerce is an open-source plugin for WordPress, providing the tools to turn your blog into an e-commerce platform, just like over 171,000 other retailers already have. This article will take a look at everying that is WooCommerce: what it is, how you can use it and where to start with installation. We’ll also take a look at a few great plugins and themes for WooCommerce that you can pick up to get your store looking and running just how you’d like it! (more…)
If you’re an app or web developer looking for fantastic features or even full on apps to implement into your site or app, CodeCanyon is definitely a place you should take a look through. It’s a rapidly growing marketplace offering lots of really fantastic scripts, plugins, HTML5 apps (and elements), CSS elements and even mobile apps.
We’ve rounded up 30 really fantastic new and popuarl CodeCanyon scripts, plugins and HTML5 apps for your viewing pleasure. Check’em out!
Generally when we do a giveaway, the winners are announced the following week. Last week’s Myows giveaway was so popular we had to close the comments in just 24 hours! In addition to that, Myows generously gave away 100 paid accounts, which would’ve made for an interesting giveaway announcement (that’s a lot of names!). So, to cap off this week, I’ll be doing something a little different.
While pondering ideas to cap off the week, I thought it would be a good chance to take a look back at the popular posts over the last couple weeks as well as some of the upcoming posts and contests. Also, I would never leave you guys without a tasty morsel of contesty-goodness if I could help it — so read on to see what goodies you can grab from CodeCanyon.