How to move domain without losing SEO or subscription payments

I recently rebranded this website, moving from one domain to a new domain. In doing so, I had three major concerns:

  1. I’d lose all the SEO value I’d built up over the years for the previous domain – and therefore all the traffic I get from search
  2. I’d no longer be able to collect recurring payments for plugins purchased from the site on the old domain
  3. Users would not be able to get automatic updates for new versions of products

This is a step-by-step account of everything I did to ensure that my worst fears weren’t realised.

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Flat rate product add-ons in Product Extras

Version 1.7.0 of Product Extras is now live and it brings a much-requested feature: flat rate pricing. Flat rate pricing is the ability to apply pricing for WooCommerce product add-ons only once, whatever the quantity of product selected. You can enable flat rate pricing for any options that do not multiply with product quantity. Read more

How to add custom fields to a WooCommerce product

In this post, I’m going to walk through the entire process of adding custom fields to a WooCommerce product. Custom fields (also called product addons) include text fields, select fields, checkboxes, and so on. They allow the user to enter additional, personalised information about a product. The post will cover creating and displaying the custom fields, adding the custom field data to the cart, and inserting the data in emails and orders. Read more

WooCommerce Name Your Price

Name Your Price plugins allow you to be flexible in how much you charge for your products Рto such an extent that you let your customers choose how much they want to pay. You can set minimum and maximum price ranges, if you wish, or leave the price completely open-ended. You can even allow customers to set the price for optional extras within the product rather than for the entire product. Use Name Your Price to accept donations, build trust, or run special promotions.

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How to personalize WooCommerce products with additional options

WooCommerce is a very flexible and, at times, complex ecommerce plugin for WordPress. But sometimes it doesn’t give you quite the functionality you’re looking for out of the box so you need to start looking for extensions to help you accomplish what you want to achieve. One example of this is allowing your customers to create personalized or customizable products by using a WooCommerce products addons plugin. Read more