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New Features for WooCommerce Authorize.Net AIM and CIM

We’ve got a few new features rolling out to WooCommerce Authorize.Net AIM and WooCommerce Authorize.Net CIM this week, keep an eye on our dashboard for updates! Mobile-Friendly Enhanced Payment Form Both Authorize.Net AIM and CIM have leveraged our enhanced payment form for some time to improve the checkout experience. The enhanced checkout form has long supported features like auto-formatted inputs and retina card type icons. While mobile checkouts have made Keep Reading…

Importing WooCommerce URL Coupons Data

Last week we released version 2.4.0 of WooCommerce URL Coupons, which adds support for importing coupon URL data. Our URL Coupons documentation has a guide to how importing should work, but we’ll go over it in a bit more detail in this quick tutorial. You’ll need to have both URL Coupons (v2.4.0+) and Customer / Coupon / Order CSV Import (v3.1.0+) installed and activated already. Building the Import File To Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Elavon 2.0: Tokenization, Refunds, & lots of Payments Tools

We’ve got several exciting updates coming to WooCommerce Elavon Converge to share with you, which should be available via your WooThemes dashboard by tomorrow! Version 2.0.0 refactors large parts of the plugin to make use of some common code we have for payment gateways, improving the plugin’s performance and reliability along with the addition of a new eCheck gateway. This also gives Elavon Converge some useful new features, such as Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Authorize.Net CIM: Accept.js Support + Authorization Messages

Two months ago we added Accept.js support to our Authorize.Net AIM extension, allowing merchants to meet the lowest of PCI compliance standards (SAQ A-EP compliance), blending improved security with effective, on-site checkout processes. Today we’re pleased to announce that the same security improvements have been added to our Authorize.Net CIM extension! How Accept.js Works When Accept.js is enabled, the way payment data is communicated to Authorize.Net behind the scenes is Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Customer / Order CSV Export – Version 4.0

Our WooCommerce Customer / Order CSV Export plugin has undergone some massive changes recently, and version 4.0 is now available to download for active license holders! This release includes a lot of refactoring and internal improvements for the plugin. It follows on the heels of our Customer / Coupon / Order CSV Import Rewrite, leveraging what we’d learned about batch processing and parsing for export files to make exporting thousands Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Authorize.net AIM Enhancements

WooCommerce Authorize.net AIM version 3.8.0 was release this week, which adds a couple new features for merchants processing payments with Authorize.net, or via gateways that allow Authorize.net emulation, such as eProcessing Network. Here’s a quick overview of the couple major changes in this version. Authorize.net Emulator Update First, we released an update to the “SIM” module as a standalone plugin recently, which you can read about here. As such, we Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Sales Tax 101: Tracking and Filing Sales Tax

Cover photo credit: 401kcalculator.org, CC BY-SA 2.0 Accurately assessing, collecting, and remitting sales tax is one of the most tedious challenges that eCommerce businesses face. When you run a brick-and-mortar shop, tax collection is typically pretty straight forward: you collect the tax based on the good you’re selling for your store’s location. However, online sales make this more challenging. When you sell across state or country borders, you need to Keep Reading…

How to Print Invoices for WooCommerce Orders by Date Range

We’ve got a new Ask SkyVerge question today! This one comes from Thomas: Does Print invoices / packing lists have a date picker? For example, if I would like to print only invoices from May 23 to May 28, can I do this? This is an excellent question, and the answer is not right away, but it can with a bit of help. Print Invoices / Packing Lists allows you Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Authorize.net SIM extension release

We’re happy to announce the release of our WooCommerce Authorize.net SIM extension! This plugin provides a new, PCI-compliant payment method via Authorize.net. Customers are taken off-site to a hosted payment page to complete a transaction (similar to PayPal Standard). The plugin also supports eChecks, letting you securely process ACH transactions. The old “SIM”, a bundled AIM gateway Previously, a very old SIM / Authorize.net emulation protocol was bundled into our Keep Reading…

Setting minimum and maximum input values with Measurement Price Calculator

A frequent question I get from developers using our Measurement Price Calculator plugin is along these lines: Can I set minimum and maximum input values for measurements? At present, this isn’t possible because (1) a UI for measurement attributes would be a bit tough to do on the current product page without being confusing, and (2) the inputs for measurements are currently text fields, not number inputs. The reason for Keep Reading…