How to Use a WooCommerce Translation Plugin with We are AG

June 28, 2021 . by Gina Lucia . . in Blog

If you’ve been running your WooCommerce store for a while, or you’re just setting one up, you might be wondering if it’s worth using a WooCommerce translation plugin. After all, you know by setting one up, you’ll be able to reach a larger audience and make more sales, right? But how do you go about […]

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4 WooCommerce Checkout Add-Ons We Recommend

May 18, 2021 . by Gina Lucia . . in Blog

We’ve put together four of the best WooCommerce checkout add-ons to add to your online store so you can build trust and make more sales.

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What are WooCommerce Checkout Blocks? 2021 Guide

April 7, 2021 . by Gina Lucia . . in Blog

Ever since the release of Gutenburg for WordPress, the website building world has been switching to blocks. WooCommerce is no different, and WooCommerce checkout blocks represent the next step towards entirely block-based page building for online stores. In this article, we’ll recap the story of WooCommerce blocks so far and where we’re up to regarding […]

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Add vendor profile image to WooCommerce Product Vendors

September 25, 2015 . by Aaron B . 9 minute read . in Code Tips

For a recent client project I was tasked with adding a ‘profile picture upload’ function to the WooCommerce Product Vendors plugin. A simple task. The first thing I thought of was just to add an image upload the user profile page in the WordPress dashboard, which would provide the base for the rest of the […]

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The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce

June 21, 2015 . by Aaron B . 10 minute read . in beginner's wordpress

Introduction to WooCommerce Now powering approximately 24% of all online stores, WooCommerce has fast become a global leader of e-commerce platforms and solutions, having recently surpassed a record 7 million downloads, and currently featuring on over 1 million websites worldwide. The fact that it’s free just adds to its unrivalled and unquestioned value – it […]

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Affiliated WooCommerce Worker – Officially An Industry Expert

March 2, 2015 . by Aaron B . 1 minute read . in Business

It’s official, AG Design Studio has been recognised as an affiliated WooCommerce Worker!!! If you’re wondering what that is and why it’s beneficial to work with an industry expert, read on. What Is An Affiliated WooCommerce Worker? An affiliated WooCommerce worker is one that has been officially recognised by WooThemes as a specialist in their […]

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Behind the scenes with a Freelancer WordPress / WooCommerce Developer

February 14, 2015 . by Aaron B . 8 minute read . in Business

As you probably already know about me, starting my own WordPress/WooCommerce development freelance business has been the best decision I’ve ever made. This has given me the chance to wake up every day to a world of creativity, unique projects and interesting clients from around the world. With that in mind, I thought it’s about […]

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WooCommerce get product regular and sale price in custom loop

November 13, 2014 . by Aaron B . 2 minute read . in Code Tips

Recently I was working on a project for a client of mine, I had built them a custom WordPress / WooCommerce website.  The standard related products function just wasn’t working the way they needed it to, they wanted it to only show  in-stock products showing  price, image, title and if the item was on sale. […]

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Add a barcode meta box to WooCommerce

September 5, 2014 . by Aaron B . 3 minute read . in Code Tips

You can now download a plugin from to add a barcode and ISBN to your WooCommerce website, This post had a lot of interest so I decided to build the plugin. On a recent project, the client asked me if I could add a barcode to products on WooCommerce. Now, one way to achieve […]

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A new beginning

April 29, 2014 . by Aaron B . 6 minute read . in Blog, Business

Launching My Own Business In January this year, I decided it was time to stop whining about how unhappy I was in my job and do something about it; I’d been working for a local web design company and had become increasingly fed up. My biggest gripe was that they didn’t seem interested in building […]

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