How to Rename or Add WooCommerce Product Sorting Options

Many shops want to change the sorting options available in their WooCommerce stores, but sometimes it’s not obvious how to do so. For example, the core WooCommerce plugin actually allows you to create an entirely customized sorting order by dragging and dropping your products into the order that you choose. You can do this from the admin on the “Products” page: If you’d like to use this to create an entirely customized…

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How to Remove the WooCommerce Default Sorting Option

Today’s Ask SkyVerge question comes from Loic: I like your Product Sorting Options plugin! Is it possible to remove the default sorting in an easy way using this? Removing the WooCommerce Default Sorting option on the shop and category pages is not part of our free plugin, but it’s easy enough to do using a tiny bit of code. Remember to add this code appropriately as per our How to add Custom Code tutorial! The default sorting

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WooCommerce Extra Product Sorting Options

WooCommerce Extra Product Sorting Options provides options to rename the default WooCommerce product sorting options (handy if you’ve created your own customized sorting order), and to add several other sorting options to your shop pages. You can view this plugin on GitHub for more details or to contribute. Features This plugin will allow you to optionally: rename default product sorting (i.e., change to “Our Selection”)…

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WooCommerce Remove Product Sorting

This plugin is just as simple as the name – it allows you to remove the core WooCommerce product sorting options from the shop loop and admin. Want remove the default WooCommerce sorting option? You got it. Remove sorting by sales? Yep, can do that. Please note that if you use the Avada theme, this plugin will not work. This theme incorrectly hardcodes WooCommerce sorting options, rather than allowing them to be changed by plugins, so our…

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Sort WooCommerce Products by Custom Fields or Post Meta

We’ve got a plugin that will allow you to add WooCommerce product sorting options (not to mention one that will remove core sorting options as desired), but you may need a more customized solution for sorting your products. In this case, you may want to sort WooCommerce products by your custom fields or by other post meta values. Let’s go over how we can add sorting options for custom fields that we’ve set for our WooCommerce…

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How to remove WooCommerce product sorting

We have a quick question today from Gabi: Hi. I’ve tried using your Remove sorting options plugin to remove my dropdown, but removing all options leaves the dropdown there. Is there a change I need to do to remove the empty sorting dropdown? If you’d like to remove some of the built-in WooCommerce sorting options, our WooCommerce Remove Product Sorting can easily do it for you. However, this isn’t the best option if you want…

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WooCommerce reviews + tutorials

Add Plugin Settings to WooCommerce, Part 1

This is post 5 of 8 in the series “Build a WooCommerce Extension” Our series has been going over creating your own plugin, but we’ve focused primarily on what your plugin does. You may need to let your users make choices as to how the plugin acts, so your plugin may require its own set of settings. Using the WooCommerce settings API is the best way to add settings for a WooCommerce extension, as you’ll have to use a…

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WooCommerce reviews + tutorials

Building Your First WooCommerce Extension

This is post 1 of 8 in the series “Build a WooCommerce Extension” While we’ve written a lot of tutorials on WordPress and WooCommerce development or how to extend WooCommerce, we’ve never written a series on how to start developing WooCommerce plugins. We’ve decided to write about building simple WooCommerce extensions so that you can get started building your own simple plugins to bend WooCommerce to your will….

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New year

New Year, New Goals: Happy 2015 & our Year in Review

Happy New Year! As we move into 2015, we’ve been taking a look back on the past year at SkyVerge and focusing on what we’ve done well and what we could have improved to set our next year’s goals. 2014 was a pretty big year for us, as we’ve focused on building our team for the future, and have made several changes to our internal setup to support our growth for the future. While these changes aren’t always visible…

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