Don’t know if this comes close to what you’re looking for? It’s a plugin for WooCommerce that adds a portfolio-like filter to your products.Link to CodeCanyon item: http://codecanyon.net/item/woocommerce-sortable-products/8088963?WT.ac=category_thumb&WT.z_author=fialovy
Hope this helps!
Cheers, have a nice sunday! Pjotr
Hey, de Voorstraat, da’s hier om de hoek! Inderdaad wat Smartik zegt. Tijdens het aanpassen van je pagina even bij de Page templates kijken. Staat waarschijnlijk wel een optie bij met ‘Empty’, of iets in die richting. Succes!
Thanks so much for your quick reply!
I actually did move all the products using the XML export / import method. Are you really sure the import should have copied the featured images too? I remember getting a error after the import saying something about “can’t change server time interval”, maybe it’s got to do something with that? Should I try it again?
Thanks again, have a nice weekend!
Hope somebody can help me with this! The situation: My client asked me to build a new WooCommerce shop. His old shop was a mess (lots of old plugins, old WooCommerce version, etc.) so we decided to start out fresh with a new Wordpress installation.
I moved all products with the standard Wordpress export functionality. This worked perfectly, it even migrated all categories fine, however sadly, it didn’t move the images. (All products are simple products and only have one featured image!) So I transferred all images from the old wp-content/uploads folder to the new server, but they’re still not showing up.
When I take a look in the database, I can’t find any hard URL’s to image-locations.
The old shop was running in a subfolder (example: public_html/wordpressv1/), the new WP is also located in a subfolder (example: public_html/wordpressv2/)
Any help would be really appreciated!
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Joomla 2.5 is a so called ‘Long Term Release’. The next Long Term Release (LTR) of Joomla! will be Joomla! 3.5, scheduled for release in Spring 2014.
Joomla 3.0, 3.1 and 3.2 are so called ‘Short Term Releases’ (STR).
The difference is that LTR’s are being updated as long as new STR’s are made. So when you use are LTR version of Joomla for your new website, like 2.5, you won’t have to update as much or worry about unstable plug-ins and templates. So, Long Term Release support periods will not only be longer but also cut across the period of support offered to STRs.
Hope that helps!
Cheers! Robbert, 94themes
Thanks for the quick replies! That’s all I needed to know! I think I go for some custom work then – might take a bit more time but the result will fit better.
My client has a Wordpress site running – and now wants a shop. Since they were already using Wordpress with a nice design I decided to go with WOOcommerce.
However, the ‘standard’ WOOcommerce styling doens’t look brilliant. I am new to WOOcommerce – so I hope someone knows this: Is it possible to buy a WOOcommerce theme here on TF and copy the woocommerce-related files to the current theme?
A small 55$ purchase would be a lot cheaper / easier than coding it myself.
Really hope someone can help me out. Really appreciate it!
Any preferences regarding a CMS? I know Joomla has some 3rd party plugins like ZOO or K2 which would help you create something like this. Also, you could try using a e-commerce theme: I know e.g. woocommerce has a ‘catalog-mode’, so it will hide all Cart-functionalities.