Users Insights 4.3 is now available, featuring a new WooCommerce product reports section that provides detailed insights on sales performance of each product. The update also includes other various new features and improvements including an option to move back in time on period based reports and some new LearnDash features.
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.
To customize the default WordPress login functionality, you will need to understand which hooks are called and when they are called in the code execution. That’s why we have created a detailed graphic that will help you understand the sequence of these hooks and how everything fits together.
Private pages in WordPress allows you to create pages that only certain type of users can access and it is not visible to the general public. It contains private content visible only to those with the right permissions. Depending on the settings of the private page, it may only be visible to some registered users, or it might be available to people who have the exact URL to the page.
In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to use WooCommerce to sell event tickets. To achieve our goal, we are going to explore a combination of plugins and features. We are also going to dive deep into how to setup your own tickets selling website as well as how to create some custom reports and analytics to better optimize your store.
In this article, we are going to show you how you can use the ACF Pro plugin to create custom user registration forms. We are also going to see how you can use the Users Insights plugin to map and read the ACF user fields. This will allow you to better understand your users, and it will give you a solid basis for the decision-making process.
In this article, we are going to deep dive into using the WordPress user query with custom statements. We’ll see how to hook to the pre_user_query action to modify the default user query. In addition, we’ll discover how to edit the user SQL for better performance and privacy.
Today we look into how to use WordPress login redirect tools for custom login pages. We investigate how and why we should create custom user interactions and redirect to custom pages after login. In addition, we see some code examples of how to implement this in your WordPress site. Then we dive into how to measure the impact of this change.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to import WooCommerce customers from a CSV file. We’ll look into the tools and processes of importing your WooCommerce customers directly into the WordPress database. With our process, the customers will be created as WordPress users with some custom fields like name, address, and company.
Creating user profiles in BuddyPress is easy. But when it comes to BuddyPress and custom profile fields our choices may be limited. Therefore, today we’ll look into different ways to load custom profile fields on your BuddyPress profiles. Additionally, our goal is to understand how to edit and customize your field display.