As every WordPress user knows, updating plugins can be an exciting (and stressful) time. You get new features and bug fixes, but there’s also a chance things go awry and your website crashes. When you’re updating WooCommerce that excitement and stress can grow even further because even a small glitch can cause huge ripples that affect your bottom line. With that in mind, we want to walk you through some of the best practices around updating Woocommerce so that you can rest assured that your business is safe when you press the update button.
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