WooCommerce uses a different template structure for its default pages, in this tutorial you will be surprised what files it uses for product category and tag archive pages.
Sometimes it can be unclear what WordPress theme files are going to be used for WooCommerce pages. Let’s figure it out!
In this tutorial I will show you not only how to hide out of stock items all over the website but also only in specific sections, like Related products.
Yes, in this tutorial I would like to show you how to change the default headings of related products, upsells and cross sells sections.
WooCommerce has a default “Sale!” badge which is automatically added to products which are on sale. In this tutorial I will show a correct way of removing or changing it.
In this tutorial I am going to show you not only how to print the number of items in the cart but also how to process plural forms (1 product, 2 products) and what to do if AJAX add to cart buttons are enabled.
When you install WooCommerce plugin, it automatically creates system pages – Cart, Checkout, My Account, Shop and a bunch of endpoints. In this tutorial I will show you the correct way to get URLs of these pages.
Since version 3.6 WooCommerce started to recommend the extensions from woocommerce.com on its admin screens. I really hope that it will be cut off in the next versions, but if it doesn’t, you can always use this tutorial to remove them.
In this tutorial you will find a list of default WooCommerce widgets class names, so you can unregister any of them easily.
Product tags – is a custom taxonomy created by WooCommerce. The thing is that it is partly hardcoded, if you would try to deregister it, something can go wrong. So we are going to hide the products tags everywhere! No CSS of course.
In this tutorial I will show how to remove or rename a product type and also we will create a custom product type.
In this tutorial I will show you two things – how to remove Virtual and Downloadable checkboxes from the Product data metabox and how to remove them from Product type filter on the All products page without any CSS of course.
I was working with my MailChimp plugin recently and I noticed that there is no documentation anywhere about how to get all the available membership statuses in WooCommerce Memberships.
In my previous tutorial we talked about creating Gutenberg plugin sidebars and now I decided to make it a part of my plugin, so you can create sidebars easily with a couple lines of PHP code