In older versions of WooCommerce free prices used to display as “FREE!” and products with empty prices were not publishable. Now they changed this around.
A lot of shoppers using the shopping cart to make final purchase decisions. Usable shopping carts provide product detail, allow access to product pages, and let users easily delete items
Once you've established an online presence for your business, you may wonder about how to sell your work to retailers. So here are some tips which help you work with this market.
Are you making use of WordPress roles to separate your site’s community of users and display different price rules? If your user determines his own role, it is important to allow him to select it at registration.
Wouldn't it be awesome if you could give access to prices to those customers based on their role and control it if you need to? Through this tutorial, I’ll share with you how to use Prices by User Role features control price access.
As any proud owner of a WooCommerce e-store can testify to, you’ve tried oodles of features that have served handily for capturing the eyes of customers.
How much would you pay for a product? Some stores were letting the customer decide. They began implementing a “pay what you want” pricing model – a relatively new concept that many different industries are using to attract customers.
Prices by User Role plugin is finally compatible with the WooCommerce Multilingual plugin. What is more, it has officially been certified by the WPML Team. Get it for $19