If you use the a3 Lazy Load plugin on a WooCommerce shop, you may notice that while images on single product pages are nicely lazy loaded, the lazy-loading feature just doesn’t work on archive pages. This article contains code to fix the problem.
Since PowerShell is now open source and cross-platform, we can now perform PowerShell magic right inside Linux boxes. If this isn’t exciting, what is?! Here’s an example of how to execute PowerShell scripts (or commands) from PHP code on a Linux VM.
Most webmasters know that caching is important for page speed. But not a lot is said about cache warming which is just as important. Here’s how to warm up your site cache by crawling your sitemap using cURL. The code can be run from a Linux Cron job.
By default, WooCommerce will only show star ratings for products with ratings greater than zero. That means star ratings are not displayed until a product has at least one review. If you’d rather always have them displayed, use the code in this post.
WooCommerce archives (shop, categories, and tag pages) don’t display short descriptions by default. If you want this feature, customize your theme by adding this line of code.
WooCommerce products don’t have authors because the plugin developers think this is irrelevant. But a site may need this feature sometimes. The code snippet shared here helps bring back the feature to allow author assignment in the product edit area.