The freemium model is a well-known business model in WordPress. Basically, you have a free plugin with core features and a pro one with advanced features (or add-ons). In this tutorial, you will see how I use OOP to show my users the upgrade option. That could help you get better conversions in WordPress plugins.
Adding Webpack in your WordPress plugin or theme might feel scary. I stepped out from my comfort zone while working on a new plugin. Since that plugin might be using React or Vue in a future version, I wanted to have Babel and similar there. In this tutorial, I will show you the steps I used to configure Webpack in WordPress for my first time.
When going through various themes and plugins, you might use various shortcodes on your site or on a client site. When making the transition from one theme to another or from one plugin to another something might happen. You could forget a page or post where you have used a shortcode. Such unused shortcode could break your site. Let’s see how to find those pages and posts.
Building sites based on WordPress & WooCommerce can sometimes lead you to create custom solutions that you never thought you would have to or that such a request was ever to be made. A friend of mine, Goran Jakovljević from wpgens.com, had a similar situation. He had to move the whole shipping methods area away from the table and into somewhere else. In this tutorial, I will show you how to customize WooCommerce checkout pages with understanding and also how to move other parts around.