On the Woocommere cart page there is a button that links back to your shop home after you have added a product to the cart. If you want to change where this button links to you can add the following code to your functions.php file. You just need to replace http://mydomain.com/url with the url you […]
It’s simple, just do this: And change ’99’ to whatever the post id of your product is.
It works out of the box You can have Woocommerce installed and be selling your first product almost in minutes. Most likely you’ll take longer to customise and work through all your settings but once you’re familiar with it you can set it up on a new site very rapidly. It’s free “Free” is one […]
In Woocommerce, if you want sell in Australian or New Zealand dollars you only get the dollar symbol. The same goes if you want to sell in the more commonly used US dollars – there is no way to differentiate between them. Even if you’ve set Woocommerce up to sell in NZD it just displays […]
Removing the Woocommerce breadcrumb is a simple thing to do. Just add the following code to your functions.php file.
By default Woocommerce displays 10 products per page. Considering these are in lines of four, four and two, this seems really odd. Anyway they’ve provided a way to change this by adding a simple line of code to your functions.php file. The code to add is below and the number ’12’ is the number of […]
It took me a while to figure out but this is actually really simple. Just edit your style.css file so that it includes the following
Do you really need those quantity selectors on your products? Let’s say you sell books in your store, how many people are really going to order more than one of the same book? Some will of course, but in the case of the shop I just built, most won’t, so I didn’t want them to […]
If you would like to remove the prices from the product listing pages in Woocommerce then you can do this by adding the following CSS to your style.css file in your WordPress theme’s folder:
If you don’t want to have the related products appearing at the bottom of every product page in your Woocommerce shop in WordPress then it’s simply a matter of adding the following to your style.css file in your theme’s folder: There are more complicated ways of doing it but this did the trick for me!