Use Oauth 1 and the WooCommerce REST API to retrieve order details.
After reading my Create WooCommerce order for new customers post a guy contacted me to help him create orders on his WooCommerce site for courses that are delivered by Sensei LMS. The courses are being sold via ThriveCart, a hosted shopping cart. Zap The guy uses Zapier as a bridge between ThriveCart and a number […]
Keep Google happy by providing product info in a form it can easily read.
Remove decimal portion of WooCommerce price if it is zero.
Changing the WooCommerce checkout fields display order is much simpler and more robust with the use of a ‘priority’ element in the field definition.
Deliver emails reliably by using SMTP. Use a tiny streamlined plugin to keep things fast.