With WordPress 5.9 we are also getting a new default theme: TwentyTwentyTwo. Let’s take a look at what is most likely the most customizable WordPress default theme (and a great example of full site editing).
After a month-plus delay, WordPress 5.9 is finally about to arrive. And the biggest feature that’s coming is full site editing. So let’s see what you can expect when WordPress 5.9 is released on January 25.
So you’ve got your WooCommerce store all set up and ready to go. But maybe you want to have a little bit more functionality for your website. Here are 10 WooCommerce extensions you’ll want to check out for your website.
We’re nearing the end of 2020 and that means it’s time for the last major WordPress release of the year. WordPress 5.6 is slated to be released on Dec. 8 with updates to the block editor, PHP 8 support, a new default theme and more.
If you’ve got a WordPress website and want to turn it into an online store, WooCommerce is probably the first plugin you’re going to come across. So let’s take a look at what it is and why or why not you might want to use it for your website.
If you’re looking to start an ecommerce website for your business, but aren’t ready for a completely custom theme, StudioPress offers great themes that you can customize. Here are a few of my favorites.