This morning, I had the honor to talk with Pippin Williamson about WordPress plugins, code, and the WordPress plugin ecosystem for WordSesh, an online WordPress conference. We had a great chat, and Pippin brought a ton of knowledge from his perspective as a professional WordPress plugin developer. I brought the perspective of a client centric […]
This is a simple hack to WooCommerce that inserts a wrapper div around images in the WooCommerce loop. More than the value of this snippet, it gives some insight into what it’s like customizing WooCommerce in general.
I wrote this stock letter this morning for our team to re-use when explaining attributes and addons to clients, but I figure it’s worth sharing. Next time you need to explain attributes and addons to clients, feel free to use this in some form. It’s not perfect, but hopefully helps get the point across.