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SkyVerge WooCommerce Extensions

Adding WooCommerce Memberships Restriction Notice Merge Tags

We got an interesting question this week from a developer: Is there a way to show Membership Plan Names in a “content restricted” notice instead of products to buy? In this case, the site wasn’t selling Memberships, but rather taking applications for them, so the plan names made more sense. This question can show us a couple interesting concepts today to look at: (1) creating a helper method to get Keep Reading…


2016: Year in Review

Every year I find it super interesting to go back through an entire year’s worth of work to see what our team has accomplished, as you tend to forget some pretty big achievements as the year has gone on. It’s a great reminder of what you can get done in a year, along with seeing whether your longer term goals were realized or reinvented. 2016 saw a fair bit of Keep Reading…


SkyVerge WooCommerce Extensions

Repeating a Fixed Date Membership with WooCommerce Memberships

Howdy and happy new year, folks! The new year partly inspired this Memberships post, as an year cycle ends, and it’s likely that many of you Memberships users might have set up membership plans that are a year long. But how about plans that are set to start exactly on the 1st of January of any given year? Since fixed dates memberships were introduced in version 1.7.0 there is the Keep Reading…


Automatically Link WooCommerce Orders at Customer Registration

We got an question from Rob in our comments section on our post about adding registration prompts to WooCommerce emails that makes for an interesting tutorial. To summary Rob’s question: How would you reconcile a previous order when a guest user registers? In other words: say I buy from your store and use my email (test@test.com) at checkout. I then get this lovely email with a registration prompt, so I Keep Reading…


WordPress development tutorials

Screen ID checks with WordPress Submenu Pages

Chances are if you’ve read our series on adding plugin settings to WooCommerce, you’re using an existing WooCommerce settings page or new settings tab to add any required configuration options for your plugin. If you have a more complex plugin who’s data will be accessed very often (such as Memberships or Subscriptions), you may even be adding a new submenu with a custom settings or usage page for your plugin. Keep Reading…


Get all WooCommerce Refunded orders

I ran into an interesting problem recently for a consulting project where the client needed to know what orders have had refunds processed in WooCommerce. While helping out with this problem, I found that there isn’t a great way to get all refunded orders at once, only to get refunds for a particular order. There are a couple ways you could approach this issue. Let’s start with the couple methods Keep Reading…


month in review

October in Review – 2016

A bit late this month, but better late than never 🙂 Let’s take a look at our October month in review and which major development projects have been completed or are in progress. We’d wrapped our in-progress development from September, and we’ve got a lot of exciting work in the pipeline now! General Updates October was a lot of heads-down development on our plugins and Jilt app while we tried Keep Reading…


WooCommerce extension updates & releases

WooCommerce Chase Paymentech version 1.9

We are excited to tell you about the latest release of our WooCommerce Chase Paymentech extension! In version 1.9 we’ve added some key new features that will improve the experience for both you and your customers, along with a few under-the-hood updates to improve reliability. Refund or Void Charges in WooCommerce You can now refund or void transactions directly through the WooCommerce admin and have those actions reflected automatically in Keep Reading…


WooCommerce extension updates & releases

WooCommerce Social Login 2.0

We’re excited to share WooCommerce Social Login version 2.0 with you this week. This release doesn’t contain tons of new features, but it does have very significant changes to the plugin structure. Migrating to HybridAuth The biggest change in version 2.0 is that we’ve migrated to a new authentication library. This changes the way the plugin communicates with social networks to authenticate your customers and retrieve profile information. While you Keep Reading…