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If you’ve used Cart66 before then I’m sure you realize it’s pretty lacking in features.  In fact to really get a store going you have to do a lot of manual intervention and hacking.  It just doesn’t seem very clean.  The idea that you have to make a post or page your self for every product seems very kludge and...

Life is great, you have your very own WordPress site.  Your own soapbox to stand on and rant to the world!  Then one day your hosting provider gives you a tragic new, ‘Your site has been hacked!’   Your whole world is crushed, your privacy on your public facing blog is gone! So your WordPress site got hacked, now what?...

I had a few people ask me how to really get the most out of their WP eCommerce site.  On its own WordPress is actually a really fast efficient program.  It’s not until we start adding on our fancy themes and useful plugins that it starts to bog down.  Mix this with lots of traffic and you have a 500lb gorilla problem....

It official WordPress eCommerce is for every one now. Update: 3/3/2012 Packages have been updated, ecommerce-feeder is now available via WordPress plugins I just finished up another Migrate Plugin.  The new plugin allows users of Zencart to migrate to WordPress eCommerce with just a few clicks.  To make things even better, this time around I added support for Order History.  So...

Looking to Migrate osCommerce to WordPress eCommerce?  Now you can,  I’d like to introduce the osCommerce Migrate tool for Wp-e-Commerce. Once a upon a time you really only had one choice when it came to an opensource php cart and it was called osCommerce.  This worked for many people for a long time.  The problem is that osCommerce stalled and...

Everybody Plays Guitar, few play well! WordPress or WP as I call it went viral long ago, with 54% or all CMS systems using WP it’s obvious it’s not a fad.  But with that many people using the code, you also have lots of people now vulnerable to a whole slew of attacks.  Because WordPress is so easy to use, many...

So I’ve been spending the last several months working with the WordPress eCommerce team on developing a really awesome new eCommerce shopping cart for wordpress.  I’ve been mainly working on the 3.8-dev branch helping get the bugs out, cleaning code, adding in some feautres here and there etc.  Alas I’ve been burning the candles at both ends because on top...

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