How to remove bread crumbs in WooCommerce

All installation of WooCommerce by default includes bread crumb functionality, also known as breadcrumbs ] in English

In principle its usefulness is beyond doubt, and even its virtues as an element of SEO optimization because at all times the route that a client has followed up to the place of your online store where you are, and therefore will allow you to return easily.

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<p> Hence the name of <strong> crumbs of bread </strong>like the ones used by <em> Tom Thumb </em> from the story not to get lost. </p>
<p> Come on, that's a good thing, normally, so <strong> why remove the bread crumbs? </strong> which is what we are going to see today </p>
<p> Well, because in an online store there is another concept called <strong><em> vanishing points </em></strong> which are all those links or distractions that could cause a client is confused and does not finish a purchase process. </p>
<p> When I talk about <strong><em> vanishing points </em></strong>  I mean almost anything that can distract you from adding a product to the cart, or worse, finishing the purchase , that is, menus, sidebars, or breadcrumbs. </p>
<p> So, that if you want to have your online store fully optimized to avoid <strong><em> vanishing points </em></strong>and you do not mind sacrificing some SEO to get a sale (what a difficult choice huh ?!), you can make crumbs disappear adding the following code to your <a href= customizations plugin or to the file functions.php of the subject ( son, if possible )

Save the changes and breadcrumbs will no longer be seen, a less distraction for your customers. You will already be interested in attracting them to products from your store with other strategies, such as the grouped products that we saw the other day.

Note:

As you remember me @ humprh3y ] this is if you have active WooCommerce, otherwise the function will give you an error. Always remember to insert WordPress functions correctly .

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Why you should use WooCommerce for your online store • WordPress Help

E-commerce is booming and more and more companies, in addition to traditional channels, offer their products through ] eCommerce platforms through online stores.

The question is often not whether to create an online store, because the advantages and potential reach of customers is irrefutable, but what management software of our electronic commerce to use among the various options that exist.

Which online store software to choose?

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In this emerging market, the choice of the platform for creating the online store is vital and the elements to take into account to choose it must satisfy the present and future needs of commerce which we could summarize in the following aspects:

  • Low cost of the platform ma
  • Power
  • Flexibility
  • Ease of use
  • Simple extensions
  • Low cost extensions
  • Customization
  • Compatibility with other applications
  • Simple updates
  • Scalability
  • Implementation
  • SEO

There are currently several platforms for creating online stores that could meet most of these expectations but only one of them meets all of them: WooCommerce for WordPress .

Linked to the huge popularity and implementation of WordPress (currently 25% of Internet is created with WordPress ), WooCommerce was recently acquired by Automattic, the company of one of the creators of WordPress, Matt Mullenweg, owner of the free blog service Leader in the WordPress.com world.

In addition, WooCommerce, the basis of the system to create a simple online store in WordPress there are cente nares de plugins (additional applications) that complement the basic installation with all the utilities that an eCommerce may need, with the additional incentive that the vast majority of these plugins have version totally free

With this, the creation of an online store is really simple with guarantees of success at first, and above all totally free for basic needs.

WooCommerce growth is such that its worldwide implementation as an eCommerce platform is brutal. In fact, worldwide already exceeds Magento a standard in this type of software.

But if we analyze the statistics of implantation in Spain things change:

As seen in the graphs, in Spain WooCommerce has reached the most used in recent years: PrestaShop . And we are not an anomaly, since in the USA as in the United Kingdom also dominates WooCommerce .

What is the growing success of WooCommerce? Not surprisingly, it may sound strange that " simple " plugin for WordPress is surpassing specialized platforms like osCommerce, Magento or PrestaShop, until not long ago the undisputed kings.

Why WooCommerce?

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The reasons for the success of WooCommerce are quite obvious:

  • Virtually no learning curve, it is a WordPress plugin that installs like any other and the interface is already known WordPress.
  • Implementation cost zero.
  • Ease of use.
  • Fully in Spanish.
  • Hundreds of free additional plugins with which to add extra functionality.
  • Compatibility with the rest. of ap WordPress plugins and plugins.
  • Integrated SEO to be part of the installation of WordPress.
  • Blog already included in WordPress.
  • Integration into social networks already included with WordPress and its thousands of plugins.
  • Huge community of users, also in Spanish.

It is thus explained the boom and dominance of WooCommerce present and future, in the world of eCommerce applications, reason why more and more all kinds of businesses are using it as an application for create your online store .

So if you are going to create an online store now your safest, most reliable and future choice is WooCommerce .

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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How to apply the VAT of the country of origin in WooCommerce before the new European regulations • WordPress Help

With the new year 2015 comes into force a new regulations of the European Union, that requires companies to sell digital goods through the Internet to apply the VAT of the buyer's country of origin and not the VAT of the country where the online store has its fiscal residence, which is already known as the Rate Amazon ]

Therefore, in case we have an online store we will have to adapt to the new regulations to avoid an upset in the form of a fine .

Here we will see how to make this configuration in WooCommerce one of the most popular plugins to have an online store in WordPress. The procedure will be as follows:

First of all we will go in the WordPress administration menu to WooCommerce-> Settings . We will enter in this way in the configuration of WooCommerce . Click on the tab Taxes .

In the field Calculate taxes based on select the option " Customer shipping address ". It should be clarified here that this new law says that there will be to apply the VAT of the country of habitual residence of the buyer which does not make it very clear if we have to choose the previous parameter or the option " Customer Billing Address ". I think the shipping address is the best option. We save the changes.

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In the field Default client address we can select the default address so that WooCommerce can apply taxes from this address until the client identifies. Choosing the option " Without address " no tax will apply.

Now click on the link Standard Rates shown at the top of this page . Here we can add the different taxes for each of the countries of the European Union. We even have the option to put different taxes per province (for example, for the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla). You just have to press the button Insert row to add the tax for each country.

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Once this is done we will have to make sure that we are applying this " Standard Rate " to the products of our store. For this we edit the products. In the section Product information activate the tab General . In the parameter Tax type we will have to select the option " Standard ".

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In this way, once the user make the purchase in our online store select a shipping address, taxes will be recalculated automatically to apply the corresponding to this shipping area.

NOTICE : this publication is two years ago years or more If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Integrate Magento in WordPress • WordPress Help

If you are a user of Magento that wonderful software to create online stores, I'm sure that more than once you've thought of if it would be possible to integrate it with WordPress . And I do not mean to unify the design, which is relatively easy with a bit of HTML, or improve the positioning of the online store with a WordPress blog something obvious, but to manage the panel shopping and more Magento stuff from the same WordPress .

Well it's possible thanks to WordGento (okay, the name is ugly from noses), a plugin created by Tristar ] with which integrate any of the default Magento blocks (cart, links, navigation, etc.) into your WordPress theme.

Let's see how it is used …

1. Installation

The first thing is to deactivate a Magento function that conflicts with WordPress

  1. Browse to locate the file ~ / tu-magento / app / code / core / Mage / Core / functions.php
  2. Copy the file functions.php and paste it in ~ / tu-magento / app / code / local / Mage / Core / functions.php. Magento will now use this functions.php file instead of the one located in the Core folder.
  3. On line 90 (approximately, it is not fiji) you will find this code:
  4. You have to replace it with this other:
  5. Save the changes

Once done, you are ready to install the plugin. If you install it from the WordPress installer skip to step 3.

  1. Download the plugin and extract the files
  2. Upload wordgento to your folder ~ / wp-content / plugins /.
  3. Activate the plugin in WordPress
  4. Go to the WordGento settings page (you will see the new element in the adminstration main menu)
  5. Enter the path of your Magento installation from the root folder
  6. Enter the name of the Magento theme you are using
  7. Enter the site code if you have more than one active store
  8. Save the settings and follow the instructions for use

2. Usage

Currently there are 13 different blocks in a usual Magento installation. The codes to use would be the following:

3. Things to keep in mind

  1. Make sure you define the cookie paths in Magento. If your installation of magenta is in a subfolder go to the administration of Magento. Navigate to System -> Configuration -> Web -> Session Cookie Management ( System -> Configuration -> Web -> Session Cookie Management if you have it in English). Set the cookie path to / and set the domain of the cooke to .yourdomain.com.
  2. Be sure to turn off the __ () function in Magento

4. Common problems

  1. Wordgento does not like the WordPress plugin called Tumblrize!
  2. Wordgento does not like the cForms plugin either!
  3. It's better not to use WordPress cache plugins since they can also cache the session current Magento client.

5. Future

The author wants that the blocks created by us can be added in the next version of WordGento. For example, if you have created your own topcart.phtml block in Magento, you can add it in Wordgento and claim it to be displayed in WordPress.

As you can see it is a quite complete and interesting solution for to integrate Magento and WordPress . If you prefer a "reverse" option, you can try Magento Connect, an extension for Magento that looks the same but otherwise.

NOTICE : this publication is two or more years ago. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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