In this post, we’ll show you a couple different ways to add custom product tabs to your WooCommerce website, including removing default tabs.
Force a sidebar-content layout in the Genesis Framework, when a WooCommerce product category is being displayed.
Always be upselling your products by adding a WooCommerce product slider after post content in the Genesis Framework. Highlight best sellers in all content.
A simple code snippet for disabling the WordPress Rest API.
The Subscriptions module is one of the most popular modules in our UltimateWoo plugin for WooCommerce. It’s a very powerful tool for content creators or any product creator to sell their products or services with recurring billing. Sometimes, website owners need to limit some content to customers with active subscriptions. For example, let’s say you […]
This simple code snippet repositions the points table, on the My Account page, generated by the Points and Rewards module. It moves the points table from about the default account tables to below. UltimateWoo users can enable the Points and Rewards module from the UltimateWoo settings interface in the WordPress dashboard.
This code shows how to create a custom query and loop for WooCommerce archive pages. It accounts for displaying product category and tag archives as well as the main WooCommerce shop page. It will only execute the loop if on a WooCommerce archive page, else the default WooCommerce function will run. To customize, you should […]
A code snippet for removing one or more product categories from the WooCommerce shop page.
Here’s some code that allows WooCommerce users to conditionally display a list of upsells on the cart page of their WooCommerce store. Note that this code was written to make the upsells contingent on the purchase of “Required” products. Basically, the user can purchase Product X only if Products A, B and C are being […]
Limit the U.S. states in which your WooCommerce website sells. This lets you restrict sales to only certain states.
One of the greatest things about WooCommerce is its hook system. With so many actions and filters, you can edit and add custom content almost anywhere. This code snippet will let you filter the normal “Sale” badge with your own custom icon.