Bootstrap 4 has some advanced features that are really going to help you develop some slick applications and websites. In order to get the full potential out of the framework, I thought it would be a good idea to go over some skills I think you should know before moving forward.
This tutorial goes over how to check if variable pricing is enabled on certain digital products. If it is, we will display the variable pricing options, if not we will display the single price. I also go over how to add a shopping cart link to the header of the WordPress theme that displays how many items are in the cart.
This tutorial goes over the code needed to display products with variable pricing enabled. Having variable pricing enabled will allow you to have several different pricing options for a particular product. In this tutorial we will display the variable prices and a checkout button on the front-end.
This tutorial goes over how to add custom add to cart links to the single download page template. It also goes over how you can display the digital product price. In this tutorial we will be adding the price and a link to add the product to the shopping cart in the sidebar of the individual products.
This tutorial goes over how to use the featured image in our single downloads page template. This will allow you to upload an image when you are creating a new digital download and display it on the front-end of your site. When selling WordPress themes it is important for users to be able to see what they are purchasing of course…
This tutorial goes over how to create a custom template file to display our single downloads. This will allow us to create a custom look and feel for our digital products and not use the default single post layout/template.