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Post by larryhanna » 27 May 2016 00:45

Hi Guys,

I original installed the WooCommerce.mwxml plugin and it worked perfectly on my site hosted by ArgoWorks. I now installed my WordPress site back to GoDaddy and cannot get the plugin to work. Any suggestions.

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Post by Delta » 06 Jul 2017 13:27

Where did you download this woocommerce plugin from?

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Post by Madison » 21 Aug 2018 00:59

larryhanna wrote:Hi Guys,

I original installed the WooCommerce.mwxml plugin and it worked perfectly on my site hosted by ArgoWorks. I now installed my WordPress site back to GoDaddy and cannot get the plugin to work. Any suggestions.

Thanks for posting, I faced the same. I find many plugin of WooCommerce references here.

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Post by seobrandcare » 06 Feb 2019 00:15

Log into your WordPress site.
Go to: Plugins > Add New.
Search for ‘WooCommerce’.
Select Install Now when you see it’s by Automattic.
Select Activate Now and you’re ready for the WooCommerce Wizard!

WooCommerce Setup Wizard

When WooCommerce is activated for the first time, the WooCommerce Setup Wizard helps you set up your shop.

Select Let’s go! to get started. Or select Not Right Now if you prefer to manually set up your WooCommerce shop.

Multisite installation

On a multisite install, WooCommerce acts like most any other plugin. Each site in the network, although sharing a database, stores its information in separate tables. Thus, each store is a separate setup.

While you can network-activate plugins, such as WooCommerce and its extensions, you would be unable to share product databases, checkout, and user accounts across sites in the network.

Only themes and plugins are shared across the network of sites.
Reverting to a previous version of WooCommerce

We always recommend using the latest version of all plugins and extensions on your site for security reasons. Not to mention to take advantage of any features and functionality now available, so this section is for guidance only.

To use a previous version of WooCommerce:

Disable and delete the current plugin.
Restore a previous backup of your store’s database.
Download a previous version of WooCommerce under the Advanced View.
Upload the previous version under Plugins > Add New.
Activate the previous version of WooCommerce.

There is one big caveat to this — mentioned in step two, you need to check and see if the version of the WooCommerce database has been updated or not. More often than not, it will be with each version of WooCommerce, meaning you’ll also need to restore your database from the previous version of WooCommerce to make sure everything works as it should.

This is why we highly recommend you have backups in place alongside a staging environment to test new releases of mission critical software like WooCommerce. See Updating WooCommerce for more information.
Uninstalling WooCommerce

There are two things to understand when uninstalling or removing WooCommerce.

If you deactivate and delete the plugin from WordPress, you only remove the plugin and its files. Your settings, orders, products, pages, etc… will still exist in the database.
If you need to remove ALL WooCommerce data, including products, order data, etc., you need to be able to modify the site’s wp-config.php file to set a constant as true.

Open your site’s wp-config file and add define( 'WC_REMOVE_ALL_DATA', true); on its own line above the /* That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */ line. Then when you deactivate and delete WooCommerce it will remove all of its data.

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