We’ve already studied how to display the number of sales for a given product ID via a shortcode – however that solution won’t work for a variation ID, because WooCommerce only counts the “parent product” sales.
We need a different workaround in this case. This will require we either query the orders that contain such variation ID, and then calculate the sum – or that we install a snippet on day 0 so that we can count variation sales from that moment onwards, without having to query and calculate anything.
We will study the latter, and then display the result via a shortcode, so that you can use it anywhere, even inside the variation description.
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Yes, “manage stock” is a nice feature to make sure you don’t oversell a given product based on the stock you have in your warehouse. However, what if you also need to have a “daily sales limit” – say you can’t sell more than 3 of a given product ID in a given day?
This is an interesting functionality that is also helpful for you to learn how to get today’s orders, how to loop through the orders to find a specific product ID and sum its quantities, and finally how to use the woocommerce_is_purchasable filter to set if a product can be purchased or not (which means, the add to cart may or may not show). Enjoy!
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You’re filing your tax returns and need to know how much you earned in each state… but then find out WooCommerce doesn’t give you this calculation by default within its reports!
Don’t worry – today I’ll share a quick snippet so that you can calculate the amount you need in a second. Feel free to change the year, the country and the states in the snippet.
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