Sorting WooCommerce is my first premium plugin. I am releasing v2.0 of it today.
I’ve received tens of emails asking about default sorting per category and this was not possible before. I added it to v2.0.
v2.0 also contains some code enhancements and much more inline code documentation.
Check the plugin’s page on CodeCanyon for more information.
Today I’ve released a new version of the Sorting WooCommerce Pro Plugin. The plugin introduces two additional features proposed and suggested by customers.
Per Category Sorting!
The plugin up to v1.3.2 provided the option to create custom sorting options using custom attributes or default ones. However, the sorting options were general to the entire shop! The plugin now provides the option to specify that a sorting option appears only in a certain category. For as, Tea is different than Coffee. Both have different attributes that would be meaningless in the other’s context.
Sorting Icon Shortcode
Place the shortcode anywhere and get the sorting icon that changes the sorting of the items from ASC to DESC and vice versa for the same attribute! Check these awesome features and more in the plugin’s page.
A plugin that will make the sorting of the products on the products’ page (i.e. the shop) very flexible. For more information, click here.
To add your own currency or edit an existing one you can use the official tutorial. However, having passed through this a lot, I turned it to a plugin so as to not waste more time in such configurations.
WooCommerce Custom Currencies
For more information, please visit the plugin’s page by clicking here.
To access the Facebook API, there exists the Facebook PHP SDK to simplify the process. I needed Facebook OAuth in one of my projects using CodeIgniter but had some hard time trying to get it done. I faced a lot of errors, the main one though was that: getUser always returns 0. I found out that this is pretty much popular on stackoverflow and other websites – each proposing different solution. In this post, I try to organize all the steps and collect them in one place. References and downloads are provided at the end of the post. Continue reading
In the Advanced Computer Lab project this year, we’re supposed to write a VXML application of our choice and deploy it on Voxeo prophecy. For some of us, the SIP phone that comes bundled with the server did not work. It always gave a call failed error.
@Zakerny_Bellah is a twitter bot that tweets an “Islamic prayer” every one hour. It’s developed by my friends and I. It’s done using a PHP Twitter API wrapper and Cron Jobs. It’s inspired by an iPhone application – was intrduced to it by a friend – that has the same name and all the other bots out there that does the same thing. It’s implemented because when I came to think: How did I use my knowledge to do something useful for the community? – the answer was, unfortunately, none.
Python is like a disease. Once you start coding, your skills with other languages’ syntax will be heavily affected. Anyways, that’s not the topic.
Last year, I had to grade about 50 word documents by following a grading scheme. I spent an approximate of 3 hours grading the documents and was pretty much frustrated. A couple of days ago while learning python, I decided to learn it while developing an application and the first thing that popped out to my mind is to automate the grading process. So, after following Hadeer’s tutorial on how to install python on windows I started to develop the application.
Here is a link if you want to check it out: https://code.google.com/p/g-filter/
My bachelor project has the title “Automatic Video Recommendations”. I don’t feel like writing all over again about it in here after the 58 pages written in the thesis but I like the video of the developed application so here it is.