Add Referrer info to WooCommerce order

Here’s another quick code snippet for you all, this time to keep track of where a customer initially came to the site from when they make an order via WooCommerce. This is great for tracking any marketing efforts that you are doing and a quick and easy way of seeing how your users are interacting with your site. The data will then appear in the meta boxes of an order, so you can find out where they came from.

Brexit – What now?

So, it’s happened.  the UK has voted to leave the European Union.  While the result was perhaps a surprise, it’s worth noting that the polls did actually show that Leave was in the lead going into the final day, with the “undecided effect” not really materialising for the Remain camp in the way that many pollsters and I expected. Here are the final results from each part of the country: Remain Leave England 46.6% 53.4% Scotland 62.0% 38.0% Wales 47.5% 52.5% N Ireland 55.8% 44.2% — Read more →

EU Referendum Predictions

Britain’s decision day is here, and today the electorate will decide whether or not the UK should remain within or leave the European Union. Who’s going to win is anyone’s guess, with the polls being almost dead level going into today’s historic vote, but with the help of some precedent and some stats – I’m going to make a prediction on how things are going to turn out tonight. Here are how the final polls look going into the vote: Remain Leave Undecided Online 43.6% — Read more →

EU Ref Poll Update – 3 days to go

It’s been a tragic week in the EU referendum campaign, with the horrific murder of young MP Jo Cox on Thursday naturally overshadowing the political battle going on – although the two may, in utterly barbaric terms, be linked together by a gunman whose motives seem to be political in nature. All things considered though, the momentum that had been trending towards Leave in the last two weeks since my last update has slowed a little as the “status quo” effect has begun to kick — Read more →

E3 2016 Round-up

E3 is a conference that has greatly diminished in the last few years as a source of gaming excitement.  The days of massive new game releases, console reveals of consequence and shock-and-awe moments are long gone, and while the gaming industry’s biggest conference it remains to be – E3 is no longer a must-watch for fans of video games. This year was particularly tame, with no major surprises offered up by Sony, Microsoft or any of the big publishing houses. There were a few games — Read more →