I've always felt that discounts in Easy Digital Downloads should have an email requirement/limitation, such as the one seen in WooCommerce. This means that admins can create discounts that can be used only when a customer's email is authorized. In order for a discount to be applied to the customer's
A while back, Carrie Dils asked me in the Genesis Slack (something I, sadly, have used very little) if I knew of a way to integrate the Software Licensing add-on for Easy Digital Downloads with Genesis. In a nutshell, it's actually quite simple if you're familiar with the coding concepts involved.
This post is deprecated. EDD Software Licensing now supports license upgrades and is built in. Use that instead. Easy Digital Downloads is the #1 ready-made solution available for selling WordPress plugins and themes (and many other types of software and digital products as well). Software
I put this together while working on a project as a way to manage totally custom reviews for products. Here's an overview of the process (see here for a live demo): Creates a review custom post type Create custom meta data (custom fields) for the review CPT Create a form to accept reviews
The Situation Say you use the Software Licensing add-on for Easy Digital Downloads, and that you're selling digital products that are not for WordPress (Software Licensing can parse readme files for WordPress downloads). Since you cannot choose to have Software Licensing parse a readme file to
This post is made possible by yet another great Gravity Forms snippet from David Smith at GravityWiz.com, Creating Coupons for WooCommerce with Gravity Forms. This snippet integrates with WooCommerce, Easy Digital Downloads and Gravity Forms Coupons. I've modified the snippet specifically for Easy