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Changing WooCommerce Attribute Visibility Defaults

Here’s a quick tip from a question we were asked by Nick: Any time I add attributes to my products, I want to display them on the product page and use them for variations. Is there a way to default this checkbox to ‘checked’ instead of ‘unchecked’? For reference, when you add attributes to a product, you’re given the option to show them on the product page (which adds them Keep Reading…

Using WooCommerce URL coupons with One Page Checkout

Our friends over at Prospress released an extension recently that we find very cool, and we’ve already integrated several plugins with it. One Page Checkout allows you to create a streamlined, minimal checkout process, and you can use a customized page or select a template to sell your products and complete checkout without ever sending customers to another screen. You can create landing pages, product tables, pricing tables, and more. Keep Reading…

Change WooCommerce Product Retailers Buttons

One of my favorite features of WooCommerce Product Retailers is that you can display retailer purchasing options with buttons on your product pages. This lets you list a product in your own store (or not if you don’t want to sell it yourself), and use your referral links elsewhere to generate revenue. Having buttons on your product page lets customers see all purchasing options at a glance and select where Keep Reading…

How to Add Content Below WooCommerce Featured Image

Here’s a tiny snippet based a question from Julie: How can I add a notice right below the WooCommerce featured image on the product page? It should say “click to enlarge” right below the image. There’s an action that you can use to add content below featured images, which can be used before or after product thumbnails. The woocommerce_product_thumbnail action is what will help us out. Let’s add a notice Keep Reading…

How to Change the WooCommerce Return to Shop Button

Here’s a really quick guide on tweaking your WooCommerce shop. Some of you aren’t using the typical shop catalog page to sell your product – you may be doing some cool things like using a pricing table or landing pages for your products instead. If this is the case, you don’t want the shop archive with your products in your store. However, your empty cart may betray you. There’s this Keep Reading…

Changing WooCommerce Custom Order Status Icons

If you’re using the official WooCommerce iPhone app, you may have noticed that custom order statuses have their own icon when displayed in your order details: These handy little icons (designed by Jay Koster) can be added to your WooCommerce “Orders” page as well so they’re consistent throughout your shop and the app. Here’s a quick guide on how to add WooCommerce custom order status icons. You don’t have to Keep Reading…

Advanced WooCommerce Social Login Tips

Our WooCommerce Social Login plugin has quickly become one of my favorites, as you can allow users to easily link social accounts to WooCommerce and Sensei. This makes it easier to get involved with your store and far easier to save a user profile for future purchases. There’s already a lot of flexibility in displaying social login buttons, as you can add them to any of the following: the “My Keep Reading…

Helpful WooCommerce 2.2 Hints

Hello everyone! WooCommerce 2.2 brought about some exciting changes to the core plugin, such as the ability to process refunds, and a method for payment gateways to automatically process refunds via your merchant account directly from WooCommerce. We’re already working on adding refund support to our major gateways, so keep your eyes on the changelogs 😉 . If you want to read a review of all of the changes, you Keep Reading…

Developers: Turbocharge Heroku Deploy Hooks using Torpio

Heroku makes it easy to post a webhook when you deploy an app using the HTTP Deploy Hooks add-on but there’s no way to post the webhook to more than one URL. This is a problem if you want to notify a few different services of the deploy, like an exception tracker and NewRelic. Of course you could spin up a new app just to catch the webhook and resend Keep Reading…

Creating a WooCommerce Pre-Sales Form

If you have products that typically prompt pre-sales questions from potential customers, you’ll want an easy-to-manage, quick way to add a pre-sales form to your product pages. There are a couple of easy ways to add a pre-sales submission to your product pages without code or adjusting product templates. Both methods will use a product tab to display your pre-sales inquiry form. Method 1: Product Enquiry WooThemes has a plugin Keep Reading…