Here are two things you’re likely to hear a lot of: CSS is hard; WooCommerce is easy. Okay, so you’re not to going hear it exactly like that, but that’s the gist of what you’re bound to read about the two subjects. Unfortunately, that information is faulty. CSS really isn’t that hard when you have the right tools and knowledge to use it, and WooCommerce is not nearly as easy to use as everyone likes to say it is. Now, don’t take that as a bashing statement. WooCommerce is a seriously awesome, kick-butt e-commerce plugin that is by far the easiest one to use and setup in comparison to others of a same likeness. And with the recent take over by Automattic, it’s sure to become even better and ever more popular. With that being said, anyone who has had to wrangle WooCommerce will tell you that it takes a lot of patience and work to tame that dragon — including the visual customization part of things. See, for as wonderful as WooCommerce is (and, yes, we love it as much as the next WordPress Junkie) it’s still rather difficult for the average WP user to customize the way their online store will look. Why? Because WooCommerce’s visual customization options are pretty limited and an average
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