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Recently, a lot of our clients have been looking to have us build E-Commerce shops for them. This is something we really enjoy – but what’s more – we enjoy helping them USE the site once we’ve finished building it.
Static sites are great, but having an e-commerce site means that the user needs to understand, at least the basics, of how to use the site. Most specifically, perhaps, when it comes to orders and products.
For this reason, HeartCo (with Media Sussex) put together three handy Youtube tutorials on how to use WooCommerce, which is the standard solution for turning a WordPress site into a shop.
We’ve broken them down into three handy videos:
1 – Products; 2 – Orders; 3 – WooCommerce Settings (for advanced users)
Whether or not you are aware of it, Wordpress could now be the worlds’ most popular freeware Content Management System, powering a staggering estimated 25% of all websites (according to 2015 data from W3Techs).
If we have built you a Wordpress website, or you have happened upon one through some other method – this article is for you. It’s a very short overview of how Wordpress works. It’s perfect if you’re just coming to terms with the dashboard or simply want to know how to change some text on your website.
So here are a few videos that you may find helpful. Excuse the branding, we made these a while back now. We hope that they help.
Recently, the news of GDPR has been hotting up since the deadline for compliance is nearly upon us (May 25th 2018). This post has been specifically created for website owners who are confused, scared or want to just-make-sure that they comply with the EU’s new Cybersecurity Compliance rules.
This post asks; What is GDPR? and What do I need to do about it? Among other things.