Frontend Reports for WooCommerce
Frontend Reports for WooCommerce
The Best Frontend Report Display Plugin for WooCommerce
Frontend Reports for WooCommerce Add-On Plugin Details:
After installation and activation, the Frontend Reports for WooCommerce add-on plugin will add a menu item to the WooCommerce menu in the WordPress dashboard.
The Frontend Reports for WooCommerce add-on plugin can be used to add an embedded report display or download link to a page, post, or other shortcode-compatible content through the use of a WordPress shortcode or widget.
Once the user sets the parameters for the embedded report or report download link in the Frontend Reports shortcode generator (available in the WordPress admin under WooCommerce > Frontend Reports), they’ll be presented with the corresponding WordPress shortcode. This shortcode can then be copied and pasted into a page, post, or other shortcode-compatible content, where the report or download link will be displayed once the content is saved and published.
Alternatively, a report display can be inserted into a WordPress widget area (such as a sidebar) via the WooCommerce Report widget provided by Frontend Reports. The widget can be dragged into the appropriate widget area and configured on the Appearance > Widgets page in the WordPress admin.
Frontend Reports for WooCommerce Add-On Plugin Backend Preview
The Frontend Reports for WooCommerce add-on plugin includes a shortcode generator in the WordPress admin, featuring a single page display with all of the shortcode settings. Here the user can set the report variables extremely easily.
First, the user can decide whether they’d like to display the report itself embedded in the content where the shortcode is inserted, or a download link for the report. Next, they can select which one of the compatible plugins (Product Sales Report, Product Sales Report Pro, Export Order Items or Export Order Items Pro, if installed and activated) they’re like to pull the report from, along with the report settings preset to use (if presets are supported by and defined in the selected reporting plugin).
Users can also set the date range for the report by choosing to use either the date range defined in the source reporting plugin or a custom date range expressed as a number of days prior to the current day (optionally including the current day). If choosing to display the report via the WordPress shortcode rather than only a download link, the user can set a number of display options for the report, such as whether or not interactivity (pagination, search, and sorting) is enabled for the report display.
Once all of the options have been defined, the user can simply copy the WordPress shortcode and paste it into a page, post, or other shortcode-compatible content to display the report or download link within that content in the frontend of their website.
As an alternative to the shortcode-based method of inserting a report into the frontend, reports can also be displayed in a WordPress widget which can be inserted into a widget area on the Appearance > Widgets admin page. Once the widget has been inserted, it can be configured with similar parameters as the shortcode generator in report display mode.
Sample frontend output is shown below. The display will vary depending on the reporting plugin and settings used, your Frontend Reports for WooCommerce shortcode or widget settings, and/or your website’s theme.
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