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Hide WooCommerce "Free" Price Label

A common WooCommerce question lately has been how to hide the “Free” price label in the product/category/shop pages. Thanks to WooCommerce’s judicious use of filters/actions, this is very easy request, yet if you’re new to WordPress/WooCommerce you might not necessarily know exactly where to look. Well look no further, because here’s an easy way to suppress that “Free” notice for regular/variable products: add_filter( ‘woocommerce_variable_free_price_html’, ‘hide_free_price_notice’ ); add_filter( ‘woocommerce_free_price_html’, ‘hide_free_price_notice’ ); add_filter( ‘woocommerce_variation_free_price_html’, ‘hide_free_price_notice’ ); /**…

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Hide Certain WooCommerce Sub-Categories in Catalog

WooCommerce provides some coarse control over displaying sub categories in your shop/category pages with the “Show subcategories on category pages” and “Show subcategories on the shop page” options on the WooCommerce > Settings > Catalog > Catalog Options section. These controls are all-or-nothing though: show all subcategories on the category pages, or show all subcategories on the shop page. If you want finer-grained control, for instance displaying only certain subcategories on the shop or particular…

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Create an Overrideable WooCommerce Template File

Sometimes when developing a WooCommerce plugin you want to output a snippet of HTML, and do so in such a way that the content can be easily overridden by a theme. It’s part of the process of crafting a well-engineered, customizable plugin. The best way to achieve this is by using WooCommerce’s own templating mechanism, and what once took some effort and some filters is now a snap thanks to one of the recent WooCommerce…

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WooCommerce reviews + tutorials

How to Determine the WooCommerce Current Page

WooCommerce makes it a snap to programmatically determine the current page through the use of their Conditional Tags. These functions can be used to check whether the current page is the shop page: is_shop(), or a product page: is_product(). See WooCommerce Conditional for the full list. These functions are based on the standard WordPress Conditional Tags, and thus behave in the same manner. Meaning that if you try to determine your current page from within…

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Add ‘Sold Out’ to WooCommerce Variable Product Dropdown

Note: Due to a change in WooCommerce 2.0 the following code no longer works, and I’m not seeing any way of making it compatible again – Justin This is a quick little ‘how to’ that came up in a recent client WooCommerce request. The client wanted to add the text ‘sold out’ to the variable product configuration dropdowns on the product page to make it more clear to customers when a variation was out of…

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WooCommerce Sample Data

A sometimes overlooked, but useful feature of WooCommerce 1.5.3 is the included dummy data file, which can be imported to create a number of products, and even attaches product images! This is useful when setting up test/development environments and you want a range of products available without having to manually create them. Step 1 – Locate the Dummy Data File The sample data file is included with the woocommerce plugin. To verify you do indeed…

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