You may be aware that the WooCommerce Checkout page “order review” section reloads/refreshes every time there is a change of address – in this way shipping, taxes and optional fees are properly recalculated and customers are returned with the correct total.
But in case you add custom checkout fields that may cause a difference in pricing, or you want to keep the checkout UX consistent, or you have some other kinds of logic, it may be useful to refresh the order review section after a change on any checkout field. Enjoy!
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The Additional Information tab on the WooCommerce Single Product Page displays information about product dimensions, weight, and possible attribute terms.
There are hooks, thankfully, that can help us display additional content in there, either above or below the attributes table. Enjoy!
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Offering promotions is a great way to attract customers and increase sales in your online store. Some promotion strategies that have proven effective are the Buy One Get One Free (BOGO), Buy X Get Y, and WooCommerce dynamic pricing.
Taking this into account, you may want to offer reduced prices to your users in these various circumstances:
- Run a flash sale for a limited time.
- Encourage your customers to buy specific products in a clearance sale.
- Offer product bundles to big spenders.
- Add free shipping when someone makes a bulk purchase.
- Automatically add gift items as part of your store’s loyalty program.
Without dedicated plugins, these strategies might be utterly difficult to conduct. To save yourself from the coding hassle, you should pick a WooCommerce dynamic pricing plugin to quickly get it up and running.
In this blog post, we will discuss how to create a BOGO promotion, Buy X Get Y, and dynamic pricing rules in WooCommerce based on user conditions. And it requires no coding knowledge. Let’s dive in.
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This is quite an uncommon WooCommerce requirement, but especially for downloadable products the Completed Order email is such as important one – and customers may end up asking you to resend them all their past order emails.
This is an interesting snippet, as it features important functionalities: getting orders by billing email, looping through the results and re-triggering the Completed Order email whenever a specific admin URL parameter is posted. Enjoy!
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We’ve already seen how to edit the “Related Products” title and how to add a subheading below it; this time, we’ll do the exact same but for the upsells section, which shows on the Single Product Page once an admin manually defines some “linked products” in the product settings / upsells.
Once again, we’ll take a look at a snippet to edit the title (“You may also like…“), and another one to add some HTML content below it. Enjoy!
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Maybe because you have only one product category and therefore search engines would find duplicate content (Shop page = Category page) and penalize your website.
Or maybe because you use advanced product filters and you prefer customers to see the filtered view “by category” (e.g. “example.com/shop/?_product_category=tables“) as opposed to the default category pages ( “example.com/product_category/tables” ).
Either way, it is possible to programmatically redirect all product category pages to a given page or to a relevant URL with parameters – and here’s the fix. Enjoy!
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WooCommerce frontend messages and error notifications display on the Single Product page, Cart page, Checkout page, My Account page and may show on page load or upon a specific user action.
The potential problem is that – same as the WordPress backend – WooCommerce messages can use a lot of vertical space, hence can push useful content further down the page, and possibly disturb the navigation – especially on the Checkout page.
A cool workaround may be to place a dismiss “x” button on the WooCommerce notices, so that customers can quickly close them and gain back some space.
We will use a mix of PHP, JS and CSS in the snippet below in order to achieve our final goal. Enjoy!
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Related products automatically show on the WooCommerce Single Product page. We’ve already seen some tutorials here on Business Bloomer regarding them, such as one for displaying a custom list of related products instead of the default one, which uses product categories and tags in common.
Today I want to cover the actual “Related products” title (H2) and also find a way to display an additional piece of content right below it (subheading). Enjoy!
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By default, WooCommerce external products do not have and do not display any stock, as they are simple redirects to an external URL. This may be unfortunate, because before clicking on an external URL and send people away from your website, you may want to make sure the current item is in stock (so that you have more chances to convert the sale and earn a referral commission, if that’s your business model).
So, how do we “manage stock” for an external product, and display the stock status on the single product page, just before the “Buy Product” button?
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Bad news first – we’ve seen how to add content to any WooCommerce order email, however I did not specify that if you use the [products] shortcode that’s not going to work unfortunately. The reason behind this, in plain English, is that… it just doesn’t work, and it outputs a weird list of “Sale!” list items (see screenshot below)!
So, I want to fix this, and find a WooCommerce email-compatible way to show a grid of products based on a list of product IDs (for example, the list of related products based on the ordered items), and make sure I can actually see product images, titles, prices and a link. Enjoy!
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When you deal with WooCommerce websites, you also need to look into design, readability, and accessibility. And if you have hundreds or thousands of products, you probably need to set some global rules so that you don’t need to worry about editing each product manually.
One rule could be the way product titles are displayed. Maybe you have a mix of capitalized product names (“Red Square Table”), non-capitalized ones (“White round chair”) and all caps ones (“GREEN COUCH”), and therefore you’re looking for a PHP shortcut to fix this automatically.
So, here’s a super simple solution to capitalize all product titles. Enjoy!
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There are times when the “long description” and the “short description” are not enough on the WooCommerce Single Product page. What if you need to add another HTML content section – say – at the very bottom of the page (and maybe, because of the longer page, add another add to cart button there as well)?
In this simple snippet, we will add another “WYSIWYG” text editor in the Edit Product page, and display the output at the bottom of the single product page. Enjoy!
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In case you have very long single product pages, it may be helpful to show the Add to Cart form at the bottom of the page or even inside the description tab.
Thankfully this is pretty easy and only requires one line of code. The only thing that you may want to change is the hook name, which defines the position of the button, and the priority, which defines the relative position of the element in case there are other ones “hooked” onto the same hook.
In this example, we will place the button at the very bottom of the page, below tabs, upsells and related products. Enjoy!
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Maybe because I’m Italian, but I like exclamation marks! Also, Italian gestures – of course. With that being said, today we look at an amazing WooCommerce customization.
I’ve finally gained back some free time to work on my personal projects, and one of these is an affiliate website. In order to drive traffic to this WooCommerce website, we have a major content strategy and we publish 7 relevant posts per month.
However, it’s difficult to drive blog readers to the shop page, so I came up with a great idea – why not adding a grid of relevant related products at the end of each blog post, based on the most used keywords?
The rationale behind this is quite easy:
- you have a list of product tags
- you have a blog post full of words
- you count and define the most mentioned product tag
- you show 10 products from that product tag
Cool, ha? Well, let’s take a look at my code, and feel free to use it on your install!
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WooCommerce order emails customization is possibly the most wanted feature for WooCommerce store owners and developers right now. It is very difficult to edit the default templates and it’s no surprise there are many email customizer plugins out there.
We’ve already seen how to add content to specific WooCommerce emails, how to add custom email CSS, how to display product images, and more, but today I’d like to teach you a quick workaround to edit the default email text strings such as the initial greeting (‘Hi Mary,‘) or other sentences (‘We have finished processing your order.‘, ‘The following note has been added to your order:‘, ‘Just to let you know — we’ve received your order, and it is now being processed:‘, etc.).
With “edit”, of course, I mean either change the text, or completely hide it. So, let’s see how it’s done. Enjoy!
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Products attributes display on the single product page whenever attribute terms are assigned to a given WooCommerce product. This is the default behaviour.
However, what if you want to show the product attribute table somewhere else? For example, in a blog post, or in a custom pricing table?
Well, we can build a shortcode for that – simply specify a product ID and the shortcode will magically output its attributes. Enjoy!
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Yeah Google Analytics is cool, but have you ever coded your own tracking functions within your WooCommerce website?
An example may be counting the number of times customers click on the “Buy product” button that displays on the Single External Product Page, and show the counter in the Products Table in the backend.
For example, I use this to calculate the Click Through Rate (% clicks / views) and see how popular an external product is. Of course, you could also decide to extend the counter to all products (simple, variable, etc.) and count the number of times customers click on the Add to Cart, but for today let’s stick to the external products count. Enjoy!
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WooCommerce variable products display the list of attributes and their terms in the “Additional Information” tab on the single product page. For example, it will display “Color: red, yellow” and “Size: large, small” if your variable product uses those attribute terms to generate variations.
Yes, you could completely remove the “Additional Information” tab all together, but sometimes you may need to just hide a specific attribute in this table, for whatever reason. Especially when you want to avoid your customers getting confused and abandoning your website.
So, here’s the fix. Enjoy!
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Yes, you could use a plugin to bulk search and replace a given string inside the WordPress database… but today I want to show you a simple snippet you can use to bulk edit SKUs in your store (please test first on staging or a development site!).
Specifically, we will replace dashes “-” with an empty string (i.e. we will remove dashes from all products’ SKU), but you can of course readapt this and for example add suffixes, remove prefixes, replace special characters and so on. Enjoy!
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This functionality can be helpful to those who need to differentiate purchased products from non-purchased ones. Think about a way to automatically discount non-tagged products, in order to entice more sales; or a function that only shows purchased products via a custom shortcode.
No matter the application, “tagging” products upon purchase is super easy. Of course, make sure to create a custom product tag first, and get its ID, so that you can use this in the code below. Enjoy!
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