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YouTube Data Shortcodes is an easy way to display live data from any YouTube video on your WordPress site. The shortcodes can be used on any page or post. The data will be cached to your server to help speed up requests and prevent you from hitting the API requests limit (cache can be
WooCommerce Product Zoom is a user-friendly plugin for zooming product images in woocommerce stores. It is very easy to setup and customize. It has a lot of options and great support. Features Overview Abandoned and completed carts chart Browser history of a customer after the first product was put in a cart Sending emails with
WordPress Quick Charts comes with 8 Chart types to choose from: Bar, Bubble, Doughnut, Horizontal Bar, Line, Pie, Polar Area & Radar. Ready to use without any coding skills with an intuitive user interface. WordPress Quick Charts includes hundreds of options for customizing the display of your data in the various chart formats available. Display
WooCommerce Dashboard Stats is a plugin that allow you to see your real-time sales and returns on a daily, monthly, and on a yearly basis. It also compares your real-time sales and returns to the previous periods and give you the percentage change in real-time.
UberChart is an advanced WordPress Chart Plugin which gives you the ability to create a great variety of charts with exceptional customizability. With a total of 240 options per chart and 30 options per dataset you will always be able to create exactly the chart you need. Create your perfect chart The available chart types
Boost your sales with WooCommerce Unlimited Upsell! WooCommerce Unlimited Upsell gives you the ability to offer an upsell product at the point of checkout based on the contents of the customers shopping cart. How does it work? When a customer clicks the “Checkout” on the shopping cart page, a simple and beautiful pop-up window appears
A/B Tester is a WordPress plugin that performs simple univariate A/B tests to compare the conversion rates of two different variants of some content, like text, a button or an image. Suppose you have button containing a Call To Action (like “Send a message”), and you would like to know if “Send me a message”