Up-sell products are displayed in the single product view to attract the customer’s attention towards products that might pair well with the one they are currently looking at. However many clients tend to gloss over that section. In an effort to increase the exposure of our customers to up-sell products we will be displaying them on the order thank you page as well.
In today’s article we’re going to make some minor customizations to the checkout page in order to make it more friendly to both our customers and ourselves by eliminating extraneous information from the checkout process.
Sometimes customers might leave some orders unpaid, perhaps from their card being declined, payment processing errors and many other reasons. You have the ability as a WooCommerce based store owner to prevent them from placing additional orders until they settle their outstanding ones. This can prevent your order queue from being cluttered and minimize illegitimate orders.
The price display on WooCommerce variable products is by default a range of prices, from the price of the lowest variation to the highest one. In some cases it might be beneficial to the store to not display the higher end of the range because that might deter some customers from visiting the product page. To negate such a possibility we’re going to change the way the price is displayed on variable products.
In today’s article we will add a small banner on the single product page which will urge our customers to complete their orders as quickly as possible to take advantage of same day shipping.
If your WooCommerce powered online store sells products that are often bought individually you might consider adding a buy now button which will add the single product to the cart and redirects the customer to the checkout page without them ever having to see the cart page, making their shopping experience more streamlined. In this small guide we’re going to take a look at how we can build such a button.
The product search functionality offered by WooCommerce is a great way for shop customers to look for the products they want to buy. However the search page is pretty bland when no products are found. In today’s tutorial we’ll be adding some products we want to promote on the empty search results page, and also a contact form for customers to get in touch with the store owners regarding products not available for sale.
In some cases store owners might need to have some optional extra information regarding their clients, for example a date of birth might be needed in record for certain purchases or other verification reasons. In today’s article we’re going to add such a field to the Account Details tab under the My Account page and then we will display the information entered in the user profile page for easy access.
In today’s tutorial we’ll be modifying the text of the add to cart button to display any already added items in the cart, instead of just the usual ‘Add to cart’ text, giving our customers more information regarding their upcoming purchases.
In this small guide we’re going to add a custom field in the WooCommerce order administration page to allow store owners to include any extra information they want in emails sent to the client regarding their orders.