And Back to the Future.
WooCommerce is the most popular WordPress plugin for creating E-commerce websites. From many clearing options, order management, shipping types to inventory settings, the plugin covers all the requirements that may arise in creating E-commerce websites.
As you probably have noticed- Jigowatt ltd, the developers of Jigoshop on which WooCommerce code is based, was named after the pronunciation mistake of the word Gigawatt in the movie Back to the Future.
To assign Free Shipping to a single product: Create a Shipping Class “Free Shipping”, assign the new Shipping Class to your Product and set up a 0 Flat Rate based on Shipping Class.
Set up automatic pay invoices creation in PayPal: create a business account and enter the information from the invoice generation provider at the IPN settings.
Exporting and Importing Products: Create a product in WooCommerce, export the products to a CSV file, edit the file, if the language is Hebrew, you must encode as UTF-8 (possible by importing and exporting from Google Sheets), import to WooCommerce.
Auto change the order status from “On hold” to “Processing”, for example, to allow a customer who pay in bank transfer (which take some time) to view the digital product download link on the “Order Received” page (must refresh the page).
Reordering checkout fields.
Hiding some variations of products.
Recover abandoned carts.
Free shipping settings.
Apply coupons automatically.
Israel Post shipment tracking.
Payment methods for apps which don’t have API, such as Bit, PepperPay and PayBox.
Fees and discounts by payment method.
Set payment method by product.
Bulk discount for variable products.
Booking and appointments.
Selling Courses: If the video files are not on the site create a post for each course with the embedded video, create a virtual product for each video course with a link to the video file (if the video files on the site) / post (if the video is embedded), define in each video file (if the files The video on the site) / post (if the video is embedded) that only those who purchased the compatible product on the WooCommerce may view it.