On the left, hover over Woocommerce and click on Settings:
At the top, find Shipping and click on it – here fourth from the left:
You then land on the Shipping Zones page. To see the existing shipping classes, click on Shipping Classes below the top menu:
That will give you a list of all of the different shipping classes. Clicking edit on that screen doesn’t do much but rename them. To add a new class, use the Add button on the bottom right of the page. To change how much those classes are actually charging, go back to the Shipping Zones page, then click on one of the Zone Names.
In this case there’s only one option, so hover over USPS and Edit will appear beneath it. Click on that.
Copy the syntax from an existing one and change the figure if desired. [qty] stands for quantity – so if multiple items are ordered it will charge the $$ figure once per item. If you just want it to charge the shipping fee once just put a single dollar figure in with no * or [qty].
Once you are done hit Save Changes at the bottom right.
Want to change the same class for another country? Head back out to the Zones and repeat the process for each zone.
Here’s how to add a new product in Woocommerce.
On the Dashboard, on the left hand side, hover over Products and click on Add New:
Fill out the Product Name at the top and then write a description in the white box below:
Make sure you fill out the Regular Price and select a category on the right hand side.
Once you have done that, click on the Inventory tab on the left to mark it as being in stock or out of stock. Then click on Shipping, fill out the weight and dimensions, then select a shipping class. The latter dictates the shipping rates.
Once you have done that, on the lower right select “Set Product Image”;
From there, drag and drop your desired product image into the screen and it’ll upload it. Once that is done, click on the blue button in the lower right hand corner to set the product image.
This is just one image and it’ll be the main product image – if you want to have a gallery of images you can set that after you set the individual product image. Once back on the main product page, select Add Product Gallery Images to add multiple images.
Once you have done all that, scroll back up and hit Publish – blue button on the right hand side – and the product will be live.
I can’t stand the new Photos app – I just want a grid back! Here’s how to get it back to the way it was.
In the Photos app, click on “All Photos” in the lower right.
Once you’re there – and it should look a bit closer to the old app now – click on the +/- in the top right hand side.
Hit – to increase the number of photos on your screen at once, and + to decrease it.
By doing this you can put it back pretty close to how it was – much more useful for rapidly skimming through photos, in my opinion. The new update may have made it prettier but it made it less useful in the process for those who need to skim back through hundreds or thousands of photos to find one specific shot.
cd(if going for another version, replace with the appropriate link)
tar -xvzf mediawiki-1.31.1.tar.gzIf your sites are stored elsewhere, replaces /var/www/YOURSITE with whatever the path name is. Copy with the rf flags forces over-write and copies recursively.
cp -rf mediawiki-1.31.1/* /var/www/YOURSITE
Visit https://yoursitename/mw-config/ in your browserFollow the instructions from there – you will need the upgrade key from your existing LocalSettings.php file, which should be found in your existing Wiki directory via:
cat LocalSettings.php | grep -A 2 key
/etc/php/7.0/fpm/conf.d/…but had not been enabled in this directory also:
/etc/php/7.0/cli/conf.d/…which is another directory that needs the same config file in. In my server’s case the config file was named 00-ioncube.ini and consisted of the following:
And with that, voila, cron job works. Can’t get that hour of my life back, though. Update: For the php7.1 servers the zend_extension line read:
zend_extension = “/usr/lib/php/20151012/ioncube_loader_lin_7.0.so”
zend_extension = “/usr/lib/php/20160303/ioncube_loader_lin_7.1.so”
Sorry, this product is unavailable. Please choose a different combination.Very frustrating. The problem in the end? I had not yet set prices for all of the variable products. To resolve this go to Product -> Variations -> click on the dropdown box which defaults to “Add Variation” -> Set Regular Prices -> click Go. Hopefully that’s all it takes to fix your problem too. I was installing custom PHP snippets to try and resolve this issue and going down all sorts of wrong paths when I had simply neglected to take note of which fields were required.