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Scheduled Events and WordPress Cron Jobs

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When I say scheduled events, I don’t mean the awesome party that you may want to sell on your site, no. The scheduled events I’m talking about are actually events that occur in WordPress.

An example would be a scheduled sale on WooCommerce, or a scheduled post in your blog that you want to publish in the future.

You can create such events also by yourself, for your theme or your plugin. Like I said before, WooCommerce uses scheduled events for sales, that’s a custom one. I used them to sync two different blogs with a plugin.

If you want to learn how to use scheduled events in WordPress, keep reading!

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Reodora.com – How I Built This Site With WooCommerce and Storefront

Recently I helped a friend building her site at reodora.com.

I was not in website development from when I joined Woo, mainly because I didn’t want to work close with any customer like freelancers usually do.

But I made an exception! Check how I built the site and what I used.

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Cross-Post from a WordPress.com blog Automatically

Some weeks ago I started a new blog named When I Have Time where I write about anything not related to WordPress and WooCommerce.

It’s a WordPress.com blog, and I needed to boost it a bit. I thought to cross-post from that blog to this one, by creating posts here and linking them to that blog, but I didn’t want them to appear as real posts like others on this blog, more like referrals only.

I found some plugins to do this on the .org repository, but they didn’t do exactly what I wanted. So I decided to create mine.

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Human Readable Time Difference in WordPress

At least once in your life you have seen a site that has limited time offers, or memberships that expires on a specific date.

If you noticed, they often say “Expires in X”. That’s easy to understand for a human, but how do you do it in WordPress?

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