SkyVerge WooCommerce Extensions

Display WooCommerce Cart Notices Outside the Cart

Our WooCommerce Cart Notices extension is geared towards helping you increase conversions and average order value. You can create notices that will encourage customers to add more to the cart to meet a minimum amount (for example, add more to get free shipping). You can also set up notices to encourage orders before a deadline, provide a message based on the referrer, or cross-sell / upsell products. However, these notices are only displayed on the…

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One WooCommerce Theme to Rule Them All: Storefront

Hey folks! In case you haven’t been keeping up with WooCommerce updates, we wanted to share a pretty awesome thing they did with you yesterday. WooCommerce has released Storefront, which is an entirely free WooCommerce theme. And it’s fantastic. Lots of customers end up asking WooCommerce, “Which theme for WooCommerce should I use?” It’s a question we get at SkyVerge, and it’s one I get at Sell with WP frequently as well (which I also…

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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 that says, “Click to Enlarge”…

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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 insidious little button that doesn’t…

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How to Edit WooCommerce Templates

Prior to version 2.1, WooCommerce installed several pages with shortcodes into your site to display important pages like the cart or checkout. This let you use the WordPress content editor to add content either before or after the template was inserted. However, the issue with using so many pages is that they can accidentally get deleted or shuffled around (for example, you could accidentally change the parent page), which caused errors for some shops. Version…

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WordPress development tutorials

How to apply changes to a single WordPress page

Here’s a quick development tutorial on how to make changes to a single WordPress page or post. Let’s say that you want to change styling for one page on your site, but it doesn’t have unique class or ID for you to target in your stylesheet. You can use the is_page() conditional tag to target a specific WordPress page to make your changes. You can also use the is_single() tag to target an individual post…

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Ask SkyVerge: WooCommerce Align Add to Cart Buttons

Today’s question comes from Nelson: Is there a way to align the “Add to Cart” or “Select Options” buttons on the shop pages? When the product names are different lengths, or some products have reviews and some don’t, the buttons are misaligned. This would make it look much more professional. Thanks! Unfortunately, this will depend heavily on your theme. However, it may be possible with a bit of CSS to change the way these buttons…

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Social Login

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 Account” page Login / Register…

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Ask SkyVerge: Change the WooCommerce Additional Information Tab

Today’s Ask SkyVerge question comes from Liz: How can I remove the weight from the WooCommerce Additional Information tab? I want to keep my attributes in the tab, but not the weight. It would also be really cool if my attributes could be a list instead of comma separated. Is this possible? Thanks so much for the great help on your blog! These require a couple of minor adjustments to your site and should be…

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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 product order, you…

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