Having trouble fitting your tables into a responsive site? They look great on a desktop layout, but look miserable on mobile. The Basics First remove any fixed widths from your markup. Before: <table width="540"> <tr> <td width="300"> Header 1 < /td> <td width="60"> Header 2 < /td> <td> Header 3 < /td> <td> Header 4 < /td> < /tr> < /table> After: <table> <tr> <td> Header 1 < /td> <td> Header 2 < /td> .
Widgets are a lot like plug-ins, but they’re easier to add and customize. Here we’ll look at the various widgets available and the simple ways to add, edit and customize widgets to benefit the functionality and user experience of your WordPress website. One of the main benefits of using widgets is you’re not required to change any of the Theme code. If you wish to use widgets in your website, it is important to select .
To create a variable product, perform the following steps: Start by creating a new product. Add a long and short description, select the correct category or create one, and assign a couple of tags. Set a featured image that will appear in your product category page. Next, in the Product Data area, select the Variable product as the product type: Note that some fields have disappeared; it’s no longer possible to add the product .
We’ve already gone the usage of product tags already in Creating Your First Products. Using tags works exactly in the same way that you’re used to when writing WordPressposts. Writing WordPress posts Just be aware that Product Tags and Tags for Posts are actually separated from each other. You may find the tags that you already used by navigating to Products | Tags in the menu on the left-hand side of your screen. .
After studying Setting up product categories and Creating Your First Product we will study Setting the categories, tags, and images for your product. Under the product data section, there’s a possibility to use custom fields that we also know from regular WordPressposts. We do not need that now. Always first try if you can solve your need using the standard available Attributes and Tags. Product Categories So far we’ve just used the main part of .
Now that WooCommerce is up and running and we had a look at its settings it’s time to start creating a couple of products and build our online store. WooCommerce offers several possibilities to create your product catalog. Setting up product categories Creating your first product Setting the categories, tags, and images for your product Learning about the other product types Setting up product categories When setting up your product catalog, it often makes .
Once we’ve created some categories, it’s time to start entering our first product. Click Products | Add Product in the menu on the left. Looking at the categories we created, most of the products will require sizing and colors as well. That’s something we’ll discuss later on, so, for now, we are going to create a simple women’s belt in the category Accessories. In the example below you’ll see that we already pre-filled a .