Yesterday I had a request from one client. He asks me about the possibility to block add to cart button if had less or equal to 5 products in the cart. I don’t like this approach, but I made a solution for this. Based on people’s search a lot about this on StackOverflow. let’s see …
This week to maintain a customer’s e-commerce, he requested that the add to cart button be removed. After much searching I found this solution. And as other people may need I decided to share here the good way to do this. You need only put the code below in your functions.php file.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a complete front-end login system with Ajax on WordPress.
I have seen the following message appear on some WordPress websites
There’s nothing stopping you using AJAX for a singlepage website that loads in other pages dynamically rather than going to a whole new page.
After configuring WordPress in a VPS it is common to have a permission error in which FTP credentials are requested to install plugins.
Recently I needed to put on the category page of WooCommerce a link to download a catalog associated with the category using Advanced Custom Fields (ACF).