I want to add here that. TC spoke of three evenings wasted, at least on the fourth spent on Woo. Four nights! It seems to me that a person who has studied WP and breadth for such a time would be able to understand the basic principles of any modern system of shop management. The author is a bit underestimated, I think.
One more thing. Before he made the first of THEM, a lot of times I read opinions that the store for WP at least equals long sex sex with plugin store. And thought Oh, nonsense, opinion old, the world is a better place. And then I had a "difficult" client.
First he wanted "Schaub just — courier and in the office and all" — I had the head of WP-Shop (although objectively terrible plugin, to rewrite something I had; and I had to watch that none of it required additional plug-ins in any case not updated). But at the stage of completion of the project the client began to invent all sorts of cool functionality extension exercises under which the plugin WP-Shop I very, very much and repeatedly poebat. And this my first time thought what the hell, I already spent so much effort digging through it all, it is impossible now to quit and choose another platform, sorry for the time spent, it is necessary to cut.
As a result, I still spit saliva on WP, the plugin and all this and chose Prestashop
, which one evening just did some digging, and learned, and for the second night made ALL of
that had to do with functionality. There are already suppliers and the warehouse and the import statistics and the taxes and methods of payment (ROBOKASSA, Yes), and the base of clients and advertising, discounts, etc.
In short, I am now also one of those people who say:
Pick something more special for the online store. With WP you have a long headache just for nothing.