TLDR Step 1: Login in to your dashboard Step 2: Go to Account Settings Step 3: Go to Data Step 4: Delete all test data As WordPress Developer focusing on WooCommerce Development, Stripe is a gem to me. Stripe provides and easy to test dashboard. It does provide with separate keys for testing environment that […]
Stripe provides and easy to test dashboard. It does provide with separate keys for testing environment that can be used to test dummy transactions as much as you wanted. But the problem is with testing you will be creating bulk of logs and sometimes it can be hundreds of records.
But never mind stripe does provide an easy to delete these records process. Here are steps to follow to clear the test log data.
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I don’t call myself an SEO but most of my websites do pretty good when it comes to local SEO rankings. What I do best is implement good On-Page SEO, focus on core web vitals and Google’s best SEO practices. Over the past few years working as WordPress Developer, I have learnt a lot from […]Read More
Often neglected part of Search Engine Optimisation by any web owner is the on page SEO precautions. Compared to off page SEO such as building relevant and quality links back to the site, on page SEO is relatively less important. But the advantages of doing on page SEO include: Letting Google know proper structure of […]Read More