As we begin to make plans for UltimateWoo 2.0, we want to hear from our users about how they would prefer to use UltimateWoo.
In this post, we’ll show you a couple different ways to add custom product tabs to your WooCommerce website, including removing default tabs.
Force a sidebar-content layout in the Genesis Framework, when a WooCommerce product category is being displayed.
Always be upselling your products by adding a WooCommerce product slider after post content in the Genesis Framework. Highlight best sellers in all content.
Often times, store owners want to offer customers a discount or reduced price when they purchase a certain quantity of a product. For example, say you sell Product A at $10 each. When a customer purchases 20 or more Product A, you want to give them a 5% discount. This functionality can be achieved very […]
In UltimateWoo 1.5, we have pushed our usual updates to various modules. In addition, we have also released three new modules: Gravity Forms Product Add-ons, Compare Products, and Twilio SMS Notifications. These new modules are available when you update to UltimateWoo 1.5, and are activated like normal. Furthermore, we have fixed a few bugs that […]
We’re excited to announce that we are looking to hire guest writers to generate fresh, creative content on the UltimateWoo blog. For more information, and to apply, check out our Guest Writers page.
Hello all. We have released UltimateWoo 1.4.2, which includes updates to a number of our WooCommerce modules. We’ve also patched a few bugs that were recently brought to our attention regarding our demo site. As always, please get in touch if you have any questions.
A simple code snippet for disabling the WordPress Rest API.
Hello everyone! We’d like to announce that in 2017 we will be updating the UltimateWoo pricing. Our licenses will remain the same (1 site, 5 sites, and unlimited), but the pricing will change to the following levels. Personal licenses will be $99 Business licenses will be $199 Developer licenses will be $399 With about 2.5 […]
Hello all. Recently, we’ve been experiencing some bugs that have been causing our customers’ licenses to not activate properly when attempted. This issue has been resolved, but the effects may continue to linger. If you are having trouble activating your license, or if you experience this in the future, please complete the following: Navigate to […]
Recently, we’ve seen an increase in the number of support requests regarding a plugin upload/update error that is received when uploading or updating UltimateWoo via the WordPress dashboard. The error is as follows: Could not copy file. ultimatewoo-pro/modules/amazon-s3-storage/amazon_sdk/lib/cachecore/_sql/mysql.sql As you can see, this error relates to the Amazon S3 module. It is specific for WP […]
To prepare for the upcoming release of WooCommerce 2.4, today, we released UltimateWoo Pro version 0.7.2 and UltimateWoo Lite version 0.3.2. Pro license holders can update directly from their WordPress admins. Users of UltimateWoo Lite can download the new release and update manually. These new releases contain dozens of important updates so be sure to […]
New Features Woo! We’ve come a long ways in the 9 months since launching. This week, we will be releasing UltimateWoo version 0.7. With this upcoming version are 7 new features! Bulk Variation Forms Currency Converter Deposits Memberships Product Feeds Products of the Day Purchase Orders These new modules will give WooCommerce users even greater […]
It very recently came to our attention that for the past couple weeks, we were experiencing technical difficulties on our website with regard to things like submitting support tickets and pre-sale queries. Fortunately, we resolved the problem within minutes of learning it existed and everything is back running smoothly. The problem, as it turns out, […]
Just yesterday, we installed SSL on UltimateWoo.com. As a result of moving to an encrypted connection, we released version 0.4.0 of the UltimateWoo plugin. If you are running a version lower than that, you will likely encounter a lack of update notices from your WordPress dashboard. The reason for this is because the plugin checks […]
This code shows how to create a custom query and loop for WooCommerce archive pages. It accounts for displaying product category and tag archives as well as the main WooCommerce shop page. It will only execute the loop if on a WooCommerce archive page, else the default WooCommerce function will run. To customize, you should […]
A code snippet for removing one or more product categories from the WooCommerce shop page.
Here’s some code that allows WooCommerce users to conditionally display a list of upsells on the cart page of their WooCommerce store. Note that this code was written to make the upsells contingent on the purchase of “Required” products. Basically, the user can purchase Product X only if Products A, B and C are being […]
Despite the annoyance that many WooCommerce users experience, WooThemes continues to not make the “WooThemes Helper” nag dismissible. This plugin nag is shown whenever you install any premium WooThemes product, such as a WooCommerce extension. It doesn’t go away until you install the WooThemes Helper plugin. The reality is that many WooThemes/WooCommerce customers purchase things […]
Limit the U.S. states in which your WooCommerce website sells. This lets you restrict sales to only certain states.
One of the greatest things about WooCommerce is its hook system. With so many actions and filters, you can edit and add custom content almost anywhere. This code snippet will let you filter the normal “Sale” badge with your own custom icon.
As a result of the crappy licensing terms and ever-increasing prices for WooCommerce plugins, we decided to create the UltimateWoo plugin, a comprehensive solution for WooCommerce users.
We’re so exited to finally release UltimateWoo! Today, we have officially released both the free and premium version of the best plugin for WooCommerce. UltimateWoo is a plugin suite that lets WooCommerce users enable a variety of extensions directly from their WordPress dashboard. Simply tick a module’s corresponding text box and save. It’s that easy. […]