Seven Jilt team members attended WordCamp US in St. Louis where they learned a lot, had a ton of fun, and threw a huge party.
Guest checkout increases sales, but can make it harder for customers to track orders. Here’s how to help WooCommerce guest customers track their orders.
Jilt is used by an incredibly diverse set of stores that sell products in all sorts of fascinating ways. From drop-shipping physical goods to … Continued
The crazy heat dome currently parked over most of North America means the majority of the Jilt team is stuck indoors–and that’s good news … Continued
I’ve seen some variation of this question multiple times from both new and experienced WooCommerce shop owners: Can I charge shipping based on the … Continued
Starting a new WooCommerce store can be as exhilarating as it is complex. There’s a lot to consider from what to sell, to how … Continued
AKA, the update in which we have a massive list of new stuff bigsmile We’re hard at work making improvements to Jilt every day, … Continued
Grouping is a useful way to promote related products or product variants. The process is different in WooCommerce 3.0+—here’s how to do it.
Here’s how to show your customers a coupon’s description rather than just the ambiguous coupon code in your WooCommerce cart.
Creating a bundle will let us sell a WooCommerce product package in our store with multiple items, all deducting from the same stock source.
New year, time for new Ask Jilt questions! Today’s question is from Edin: How can I remove “in stock” or “out stock” from the … Continued
If WooCommerce free shipping is available, you can hide the other (non-free) rates with a bit of code to ensure that the customer chooses the free option.