In this article we are going to show you how WooCommerce stores the customer data in the database. We’ll go through the main WooCommerce database tables that are used in WordPress to store any customer related information. This includes data, such as name, order history and billing address.
Today we are excited to announce the new 3.7 version of Users Insights. This is one of the biggest updates that we have released, introducing many highly requested features. These include a new Profile Builder Pro module, page visit tracking, profile field management and new advanced WooCommerce filters.
In this article we are going to discuss the WordPress hooks that are triggered during the user login process. WordPress calls many different actions and filters throughout its sign in process. If you need to customize the default WordPress login functionality, you will need to understand which hooks are called and at which point of the code execution they are called. That’s why we have created a detailed graphic that will help you understand the sequence of these hooks and how everything comes together.
There are many different WordPress hooks that are called during the user creation and registration process and it’s very important to understand how everything works together in order to choose the most appropriate hooks for your task. In this article we are going to deep dive into WordPress user registration hooks. We are going to show you some visual representations to help you understand which actions and filters are called during user registration, as well as the sequence in which they are called.