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The complete guide to customizing WooCommerce

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This guide shows you how to customize the most important pages of your WooCommerce website. I’ll show you how to customize the layout and design of your WooCommerce home page, shop page, and single product pages. And the best part is that no coding is needed. I’ve broken this WooCommerce guide down into the following …

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How to build a WooCommerce website with WordPress Version 5 and the new Gutenberg Editor

How to build a WooCommerce website with WordPress Version 5 and the new Gutenberg Editor 2

With the release of WordPress 5 comes a brand new editor. The new editor , commonly known as the Block editor or the Gutenberg editor gives you many extra customization and layout options when building your wordpress ecommerce website. In the tutorial below, I’ll show you how to build an awesome WooCommerce website using the …

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Important security update now available for Pootlepress plugins

Important security update now available for Pootlepress plugins 3

A couple of days ago we were informed by the team at Freemius of an important security update.  Freemius handle licence management for our plugins. Therefore we have released new versions of the following Pootlepress plugins, that include their security fix.  Pagebuilder Pro – new version is 5.5.1.2 Storefront Pro – new version is 5.9.4.1 Storefront …

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The new WordPress Block Editor and 5 awesome page effects using the Shape Divider Block

The new WordPress Block Editor and 5 awesome page effects using the Shape Divider Block 4

Here’s a video tutorial on 5 page effects that you can create using the new WordPress Block editor and our free Caxton Plugin. Caxton is a free collection of Blocks that makes it easy to create awesome WordPress pages. This tutorial uses our Shape Divider Block that comes with Caxton. The great thing about the …

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The Caxton Shape Divider Block is featured on the WP Tavern Podcast featuring Matt Mullenweg

The Caxton Shape Divider Block is featured on the WP Tavern Podcast featuring Matt Mullenweg 5

Our Caxton Shape Divider Block got an amazing review by WordPress founder Matt Mulleweg last week on the WP Tavern weekly podcast.  Here’s the audio clip Audio Transcription Here’s the Question and Matt’s reply Question: Is there anything that people have built using Gutenberg that really impress you? Matt’s reply One of my current favourites …

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5 tips, tricks and css tweaks to easily customize the WordPress 2019 Theme

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With the release of WordPress version 5 came a brand new default 2019 Theme. The Twenty Nineteen theme features a great design and is lightweight and fast. I’ve been playing with the Twenty Nineteen Theme today whilst testing the next version of our Shape Divider Block, that is part of our Caxton plugin.  They are …

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Introducing the new WooCommerce Product Block

Introducing the new WooCommerce Product Block 6

This week we released an update to our Storefront Blocks plugin that adds a new block called the Product Block. The Product Block let’s you customize the layout of WooCommerce products and then insert them anywhere. Here’s a few examples of how you might use the Product Block. Create full width and full height product …

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Storefront Pro 5.9 introduces improved support for Gutenberg and Storefront Blocks

Storefront Pro 5.9 introduces improved support for Gutenberg and Storefront Blocks 10

We’ve recently released an update to Storefront Pro (version 5.9 and higher) that has new functionality to make your first (Gutenberg) block on a page sit flush under the navigation. Here’s a little video that explains things :)   Storefront Articles that you might find useful

How to set the size of your Storefront Pro sliders so they don’t crop (whatever the device)

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Storefront Pro home page sliders are by default set to ‘cover’. This means that whatever text you put over them, the text won’t fall outside of the image behind it. This is especially important when being viewed on a mobile phone. Here’s an explanation on why it’s best practice to set background images to cover. …

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