One of my Enfold clients (they already have a website) now requires a webshop which must be only visible/accessible for their own clients. They will create and maintain login details themselves. I have two questions:
1) Is your advise to build the shop on a subdomain, ie. webshop.domain.com? And if so, would I require a seperate licence for Enfold or can I use the same license?
2) How can I get a client to login first before he actually sees the shop? Does WooCommerce offers that functionality or do I need a seperate plugin for that and which?
Thanks for your advise.
1. I don’t see any point to putting it on a sub domain, and you would not have to buy another license if it’s on the same site no.
2. I’m not sure how you would achieve that, maybe you could try asking the same question on a WooCommerce forum? I think there are people better equipped to help you out with that there.
Thanks for your reply Rikard!
1. Maybe to maintain a good loading speed of the website? I learned that a shop in a website has a heavy weight on loading times. The existing website is already quite large and I want to avoid it slowing down. What is your experience with Enfold + WooCommerce in that respect?
2. I also asked in the Linked Group WordPress Experts. Just received one reply. I will further look into this.
1.) There’s a lot of Enfold users who installed woocommerce on their main site and so far there’s not a lot of inquiry regarding that issue. It will actually depend on your hosting plan and the implementation of the page speed improvement procedures such as caching, cdn, image optimization etc.
2.) Search for any “membership” plugin. They have the option to restrict a particular page for certain users.
Thanks for the info Ismael. I will look into this.
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