Storage and retrieval of user data are one of the most important features of any blogging website. Over the course of years, WordPress has developed its own way of managing the data of its vast number of users. In this article, we are going to show you how WordPress stores this data in its database.
In this article, we look into Intercom alternatives using WordPress and Open Source software. Our goal for today is to explore the different features you have with WordPress plugins. In particular, we look into how to use Users Insights for user segments, activity, geolocation and more.
In this tutorial we are going to learn how to use WooCommerce to sell event tickets. In order 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 optimise your store.
WordPress has a powerful user meta function that allows developers and plugins to store additional metadata about the registered users in the database. This meta information can be all sorts of different data and attributes that can be used for different purposes. In this tutorial we are going to learn how to use the WordPress user meta query to retrieve and segment your WordPress users based on particular meta key with certain data value.
Today we take a deep dive into how to sell digital downloadable products with WooCommerce and how to setup your WooCommerce store for selling digital products. We’ll also dive into basic topics, like how to create a simple downloadable digital product to some of the more complex and advanced topics like security, licensing, and how to protect your digital products.
Private pages in WordPress allows you to create pages that only certain type of users can access them 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.
Have you ever wanted a more advanced WooCommerce customer profile page? Somewhere where you would have all the important information about a customer in a single well-organized place. In the following tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create your own advanced customer profiles for your WooCommerce shop that you can use to store custom customer information that can be always available for you and your team.
WooCommerce has registration form out of the box, but the registration process itself can be improved by adding additional custom fields or even creating a completely new registration form. In this tutorial we are going to see how you can edit the default WooCommerce registration form to add some additional custom fields with just a few lines of code by using WooCommerce actions and filters.