Nachlese zum Thema: WooCommerce

Hier nun die Nachlese vom WooCommerce Meetup. Thanks again to Tommy!
Here is what he sent to us:

Vielen Dank für die Einladung! Es war sehr interessant und viel Spaß. :)

The main focus of the topic was regarding a few different plugins that can be useful for German store owners and designers/developers. Here’s links to the plugins:

The German Market and Germanized plugins help automate many of the actions required to make a store legally compliant according to German laws, including modified Checkout messages as well as generating the legal pages required by law.

The PDF Invoices plugin allows a store owner to attach a PDF Invoice(Rechnung) to orders, either when requesting payment or after finalizing an order(or both!).

For those curious about JetPack and privacy issues, I did a bit of research and found out that  Automattic removed Quantcast, Skimlinks, and Kissmetrics from Jetpack, so it no longer communicates with third parties. I believe the remaining requirement to make a JetPack-enabled site compliant is to explain how it uses cookies:

If anyone has questions please leave a comment below and I’m on Twitter at @tommyshellberg.

Anyways, I had a great time at the Meetup, and look forward to the next one!



Further Links and topics of the meetup


WooCommerce Free Theme

WooCommerce Security

WooCommerce PDF Invoices

Limit Login Attempts

Fehlende Sprachstrings übersetzen (old plugin)

Caching for Woo

Exclude Cart and Checkout

Letting people sell own products

in Connection with

We are still havong data privacy issues with Jetpack. So at the moment there is no legal way to use Akismet or Jetpack in Germany. Maybe Jetpack Slim might help

Jetpack Slim


White Labelling Shipping

Call for Price


Ther are quite a few Plugins around


We were talking about a gist Woocommerce valuable strings which i could not trace down… anyone?

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