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.
A series of “How-to” articles that will help you with your day-to-day WordPress tasks.
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.
In some cases your customers might need to add many items of the same product to the cart. For example if you sell spirits a customer might want to purchase a case of wines or a pack of beers, we can easily create a button which will give customers the ability to add, for example 6 wine bottles, equivalent to a case, or 12 cans of beer, to make it easier for them to purchase the amount of items they want and save us from the trouble of having to create separate products for this occasion.
It is not uncommon for store owners to have the need to set a minimum order amount before any order can be completed. This can be due to handling, processing and/or shipping costs making the sale unprofitable. Today we’re going to add a small snippet to our theme which will allow store owners to set a minimum order amount for all their orders.
In today’s guide we will be creating a custom tab for single products which will display after the additional information tab. The new tab will pull and display the content from a user selected page, this will allow complex layouts created with the block editor or your favorite page builder to be displayed right inside the product tab.
In today’s guide we will be adding a second add to cart button lower on the shop page to give the ability to customers reading long descriptions or numerous reviews to immediately add the product to the cart without having to scroll back up. Furthermore we will be using some CSS to make the button stick to the footer.
Sales are a great tool store owners have at their disposal to attract customer interest and sell more products. WooCommerce of course offers the ability to put products on sale by adding a sale price along with the product’s regular price. Then on the front end it makes sure the customer notices on-sale products by adding a sale badge with the word SALE on it and showing the regular price with a strike-through next to the sale price.
What if we were to make this a bit more intriguing to your customers though? How about instead of just a simple word, we display the percentage of the discount on the sale badge, and additionally we display a small text next to the single product price with the amount of money the user saves while the product is on sale? Sounds good? Let’s see how we can achieve it.
Having an offline copy of your WordPress media gallery is always a good idea. Today we’ll take a look at a few ways that can help you grab and download a copy of all media files uploaded to your WordPress installation.