But anyway 2022 was a year of unexpected travels and hard work mode. I have done a lot of things I was struggling (or postponing) to do for years! Have visited 7 new countries and first time in my life tasted how it is to be a digital nomad.
In this tutorial I am going to show you two ways how you can sync your WooCommerce products between stores within a single WordPress multisite network.
Under two ways I mean this:
- In code with the help of the
woocommerce_update_productaction hook, the
switch_to_blog()function and CRUD layers (in case we’re working not with a multisite network but with standalone WooCommerce stores, then we need to use REST API, there is a separate tutorial about that).
- With the plugin (just install and here we go).
Below is an example of how it can be implemented on your store with my plugin:
In this post we are going to talk about REST API, particularly about how to sync user registrations, profile updates and removals between two remote WordPress websites.
But there are still a couple moments I would like to discuss more thoroughly, I came to them when I was doing the variable products crossposting for my multisite crossposting plugin.
In this tutorial I will show you how to get a product or a product variation object in WooCommerce if you only know its SKU. It is easy-peasy when we get a product object by ID, we just have to use
wc_get_product() function, but we can not pass SKU to that function.
So I am going to show you three different ways how you can obtain a product object from SKU, we are going to do it both WooCommerce-way (with
WP_Product_Query and with
wc_get_product_id_by_sku() function) and WordPress-way (with
In this tutorial I will show how you can change the way the variation selection is working on the product page in WooCommerce.
We all know that by default the variations are displayed like a select dropdown.
But today we will learn how to display them as color swatches. If you would like to display them as size buttons or custom images, you can do it with my plugin.
This is our goal for this tutorial:
Long time ago I published a tutorial where I described how to add custom fields to WooCommerce products. Now it is time to dive deep into product variations and add a couple settings fields there as well.