Recently I watched some marketing videos and was inspired by an idea to place a simple checkbox on the checkout page, and if you click this checkbox, one more product will be added to your order. Extremely simple.
Sometimes you may want to change standard checkout button texts like "Place order", "Proceed to PayPal" etc. In this tutorial I will show you a couple ways to do that.
Wrapper for HTML form fields. It is used to create form fields on WooCommerce Checkout and Edit Address pages, but in fact you can use it in other places too.
Simple and complete solution on how to configure your WooCommerce store, so the customers can skip the cart and go straight to the checkout page.
In this tutorial we remove default validation and create custom validation rules. Also I will show you one trick how to replace all the default validation messages with just a single one.
I have a very good tutorial about WooCommerce checkout fields but I’m receiving a lot of questions in comments about how to change the checkout fields order. So, I decided to make a separate tutorial about that.
This is a bonus to my previous tutorial about WooCommerce Thank You page. Very interesting task, especially if you want to implement it without plugins.
It is the first tutorial in the series about Checkout Fields and Order Custom Fields. We begin with WooCommerce checkout form customization.