It’s pretty easy to add another custom menu to your WooCommerce pages via PHP. For example, you might want to add a list of Product Category links, and manage this through the default “Appearance > Menu” in the WordPress dashboard.
WP Dashboard > Appearance > Menu: create a new menu
Create a new menu called “Categories” and add the product categories you wish to it.
This code still works, unless you report otherwise. To exclude conflicts, temporarily switch to the Storefront theme, disable all plugins except WooCommerce, and test the snippet again: WooCommerce troubleshooting 101
WooCommerce: Add Second Description @ Product Category Pages In terms of SEO, if you’re trying to rank your product category pages, you really need to make the most of the default WooCommerce product category “description” and “thumbnail”. Most themes, if compatible with WooCommerce, will show this content right below the product category name and above products. Nothing new so far. But what if […]
WooCommerce: Hide/Show The WP Admin Bar In previous WooCommerce versions, new customers could access the WP Admin black bar after purchase. Now this seems fixed. Still, what about other user roles, and what if you want to override this default behavior? Well, here’s a quick snippet for you – feel free to use it in your own WooCommerce site. Enjoy!
WooCommerce: Display Custom Filters @ WP Dashboard > Products If you go to WordPress Dashboard > Products you will find default product admin filters such as “Select a category”, “Filter by product type”, “Filter by stock status”. What if you want to add more custom filters to let your shop managers find products easily? For example, you could add “Filter by product tag” (“product […]
WooCommerce: Add Column to Orders Table @ WP Dashboard The WooCommerce Orders Table, which can be found under WP Dashboard > WooCommerce > Orders, provides us with 7 default columns: Order – Date – Status – Billing – Ship to – Total – Actions. This is used by shop managers to have an overview of all orders, before eventually clicking on a specific one. […]
WooCommerce: Calculate Sales by State 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 […]
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