ecommerce developers are calling on the government to allow them to use ecommerce tools like the WordPress marketplace, Shopify, and Shopify for all their projects.
In a post on the ecommerce marketplace WordPress blog, Ryan Crouch and Daniel Parnell explain that this is one of the major reasons they are writing to the government.
“We need the ability to share our projects with anyone and everyone.
For us, this means being able to build tools that make it easier for others to use our projects and add value to our businesses,” the two developers write.
They also highlight the benefits of open source tools like Shopify and Shop.com.
If you’re interested in how you can get involved in the open source WordPress community, you can check out the blog post here.
As the government continues to update its rules for the e-commerce marketplace, they’re also exploring a number of new ways to promote ecommerce.
The government has said it is planning to introduce the eCommerce Code of Practice next month, and while it is not yet clear how it will be structured, there are a number plans on how it can be used to help promote e-tailers and e-shopping sites, such as a code of conduct and rules around customer service.
For example, if you have a shop that sells things, you could create a customer service ticket and explain to the customer that you want to be paid in the form of a gift card or commission.
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