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How To Bulk Upload Products to WooCommerce

What Is WooCommerce? Along with a WordPress site, and a store-themed-template, WooCommerce does all the heavy lifting in turning your website into an online store. WooCommerce has ways to input product data, sell products, manage your inventory, handle shipments, handle refunds, and much more. Think of WooCommerce as kind of a Swiss Army Knife for […]

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How To Use An Email Alias

What’s An Email Alias? In its simplest form, an email alias is an email address you can use in place of an existing email address. At the end of this post, you will find that an email alias provides you with the freedom to both use and manage your email in ways you may never […]

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Try The cPanel File Manager

Don’t sell the cPanel File Manager short. It is a powerful and time-saving tool. Give it a try. If you can use the native file manager’s in OS X, Windows, or Linux, you will have now trouble adopting to this program.

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SNAP Plugin Don’t Buy This Autposter

I wanted a marketing tool: I wanted a plugin that would auto-post product pictures and text from the WooCommerce platform on my WordPress business site to my social media sites on Facebook and Tumblr. I looked at a number of auto-posters and settled NextScript’s SNAP plugin. SNAP plugin features: Its basic features were comparable with […]

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The Difference Between Internet Speed and Bandwidth

Internet speed and bandwidth are concepts often confused to a point where both measurements seem interchangeable.  They are not. Here is how speed and bandwidth are described by a Cisco network engineer (Bandwidth vs. Speed | The Cisco Learning Center | Chandan Singh Takuli): “Too fast Too furious – who doesn’t like speed, especially when we […]

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Give Jetpack An Afterburner

Can Jetpack really get your site flying? Automatic’s Jetpack plugin for WordPress is very much a digital Swiss Army Knife. Jetpack offers numerous programs (modules) for Security, Performance, Sharing, and more. Its name implies that Jetpack can put some extra “zip” to your site. To what degree you can increase or loose speed depends a […]

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Fix Missing WooCommerce Product Categories

  After installing WooCommerce on my WordPress site, among other setup processes, I created Product Categories and added a number of test products.  When I went to Appearance > Menus, in order to create a menu for the site, it was discovered there were missing WooCommerce product categories.  The individual product categories were also missing in […]

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Fix WooCommerce Oops That Page Can’t Be Found Error

After a fresh install of core website programs, WordPress, WooCommerce, and WooCommerce’s Storefront, it was found that individual product pages were not loading.  Instead of producing a product picture, description, etc., all the individual product page displayed was the error message: Oops That Page Can’t Be Found.  Core and menu pages all seemed appropriately linked, […]

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Set Up An SSL On Your WordPress Site

Set Up An SSL – Background A Secure Socket Layer (SSL) along with an SSL certificate are both mechanisms that set up the encryption processes allowing the HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) to run on a website.  HTTPS is a security protocol.  In use, it allows web browsers/apps to securely connect to a website.   With […]

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Create A Staging Site For WordPress On A Subdomain Of An Existing WP Site

I want to develop a new site for a business venture. In 2012, when the LarryTalksTech site was created. I pretty much did it live. No “maintenance mode” for me, I just stumbled right through the process. Not too surprising, I made a lot of mistakes along the way. The new site will be WordPress […]