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June 2017
One thing that WooCommerce does not do out of the box, is to allow you to display different prices depending on the country your customer is located. This is a very important functionality, if you have to include to the price sliding tax rates, or export fees. With the following code, you can achieve displaying...
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By default, WooCommerce names the shop, simply “Shop”. While this generic title is probably adequate for most uses, you might find that you wish to change it to a custom title. There are some ways to change the title, including using translation plugins (that will allow you to “translate” the string “Shop” to what you...
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Have you ever wanted to present your customers with a customized checkout form? WooCommerce’s standard billing form will be sufficient for most purposes, as it includes most of the most common necessary details in order to complete an order: However, it is possible to re-arrange fields, completely remove fields or add new fields. WooCommerce, using...
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