Organizing and managing an event can be quite complex. There are so many different moving parts to handle. Additionally creating a system to allow users to register for the events can be tricky and expensive, but luckily WordPress has many tools to help you do this. In today’s article we’ll look into the WordPress event registration process and how to manage events more efficiently in WordPress. Additionally, we dive into the many advantages of this approach to create long-term relationships with your attendees.
Today we take a deep dive into how to sell digital downloadable products with WooCommerce. We go from the basic definition of digital products and its usefulness for many business types. Then we check how it can be used as a revenue strategy, and how it differs from physical products. Following our job is to set up our digital products in WooCommerce. In addition, we see how to set up more complex and advanced digital products. And finally, we go over the security and licensing details, and how to protect your products.
Online attendance management software that captures attendance data in real time, carries all the advantages of a physical one, but better. Along with the digital presence, there’s a full control over your attendee data. Thus, we can perform the next level of event attendee tracking and analysing. It’s possible to store and process unlimited amounts of data regarding your users and this data is seamlessly integrated into one centralised place.
Private pages in WordPress allows you to create pages that only certain type of users can access them. Now generally, when we create content in WordPress is with the goal to share something with our audience. The larger the audience the better, right? So why would we want to make a WordPress private page and restrict the access and limit the number of people that will be able to see it. Actually, there are number of situations where this might be useful and we are going to look into some of them and how to approach them.
When it comes to e-commerce, usually we think of online retail stores. But the truth is, we can sell anything online. Hence, today we look into WooCommerce for services, from sales to user management. We check the different business models of service companies, and what you can use to level up your WooCommerce site.
Today we’ll look into how to setup and use WooCommerce for recurring payments. From Netflix to Amazon Prime, many companies are shifting their business model towards subscription-based fees. Even if you sell products for a flat fee, recurring billing is a great way to guarantee a steady income. Often online businesses sell discounts, premium memberships, courses or even product packages via subscriptions.
The WordPress user meta query is a great tool for user search and segmentation. It allows us to go beyond the simple searches by username or email. With this coding tool, we’re able to retrieve users by using the WordPress meta query for any custom fields they have. Additionally, it’s possible to combine different search criteria and gather the exact information we need.
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.