While working with Storefront over the past years, one common request I see is that folks need a way to “insert” other content into areas that might not always have a Widget or content area. I wanted to make a solution that was more friendly, especially to folks that might not be comfortable with writing
This is going to be a step-by-step tutorial on how to add a Slider to the Storefront theme. In this example I’m using <a href=”https://en-ca.wordpress.org/plugins/ml-slider/”>Meta Slider</a> but really you can use any slider of choice! Why Meta Slider? It’s free and it works.
Someone asked me today, why does the shopping cart had an icon of a basket instead of a cart? It’s called the “cart” after all, right? The URL says cart, and WooCommerce says cart, but there’s an icon of a basket.
I get this request a lot – you have a lot of products but the “Add to Cart” buttons don’t line up together. You probably have some product titles that span 2 lines, others than span 1. Some of your images are taller than others, or maybe some are on Sale and others aren’t. That’s ok! Here’s what you need to do: