Month

January 2018
If you’re rendering a service or selling integral goods, there are chances you don’t want your customers to use a particular payment method or any payment options at all on your checkout page. How do you go about this, so it doesn’t force the user to either use a specific method or any payment gateway?...
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One of my customers had a product that has multiple variations such as sizes, types, colors, etc. And by default in WooCommerce, variable product displays a range of price from lowest to highest. But my client wanted the system to show the lowest price among variations. So, how do we go about this? Here’s a...
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Free Plugin to Remove Add To Cart Button: Download at WordPress.org Today we are going to do a bit of customization in the WooCommerce. Before, moving to the solution I assume that you have installed WordPress and WooCommerce on that successfully. Now let’s move to the solution. When the problem came to me the first...
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Online store owners might need custom checkout fields for a variety of reasons. For instance, several retailers might want to provide an option for buyers to purchase an item as a gift for someone else. In this case, the same retailers might want to provide a variety of gift-wrapping and dedication options which would provide...
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The easiest way: Using a custom registration form plugin: We get it – code can sometimes be really confusing, especially without an exhaustive background of HTML and PHP! So, we created an Add Custom Fields plugin which would allow you to easily add custom fields to the Checkout and My Account page in your WooCommerce...
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Anybody remembers the days when WordPress was meant for blogging? When it’s main function was to login, post your next article or blog post, publish it and then read and reply the readers’ comments? WordPress, thanks to being open source and having gathered a huge and amazing community, has progressed far more than that. It...
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In this tutorial, We’ll learn how to add content after add to cart button on single product page. To achieve this you don’t need to forge and edit default template page. We can achieve this by using one of the hooks WooCommerce comes with. So, here will be my default product screen: Now we need...
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There are a variety of reasons why a WooCommerce website owner may want to display the number of items in the cart and the cart total amount. For instance, some would like cart count and cart totals to be immediately visible to the online shoppers in the navigation bar, in a popup or reminder, or...
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Built upon WordPress’ parent category and child category for posts that goes way back, WooCommerce has allowed its product categories to also have such kind of hierarchy. This feature provides an efficient means of organization especially for larger stores which sell a variety of products across different product types. For instance, a lifestyle brand might...
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WooCommerce show the quantity of product. Which will turn to out of stock message once you run out of quantity. For several reasons a store owner might not want to show message that displays quantity of products left. In this article we will show you how you can hide/remove in stock message from product page....
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