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Checkout Page: REMOVE Content


This is how to remove content from the checkout page by using the visual hook guide. If things do not get removed, check Module 5 Lesson 1.


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4 thoughts on “Checkout Page: REMOVE Content

  1. Hello. I want to provide only a field on the checkout page, so I managed to unset all unnecessary fields.

    Now, how could I remove “Billing Info” and “My Order” words from the checkout page?
    The explanatory image here:

    Thank you!

    1. Hello Marcel! Unfortunately there are no hooks (filters) to remove those two elements. You’ll need to use display:none in your CSS. Let me know if that helps!

      1. Thank you, I managed to remove, using CSS.
        Now, the next question is: Could I conditionally change, in the Checkout page, the Privacy text and the button text based on the product category in the cart?

        1. Totally!

          1) Privacy Text > there is a hook trigger for that:

          add_action( 'woocommerce_checkout_terms_and_conditions', 'wc_checkout_privacy_policy_text', 20 );

          I’d simply remove_action(), and then hook my own function that prints content based on what’s inside the WC()->cart (

          2) Place Order button label > there is a filter ( and using WC()->cart again you can return conditional content

          Let me know how it goes!

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