WooWeekly #389: Checkout Reload, Product Filtering, Variation Prices

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Welcome back to WooWeekly, your weekly appointment with WooCommerce tutorials, tips and updates handpicked for you so that you can learn something new. Enjoy!

~ Rodolfo Melogli (Business Bloomer) & David Mainayar (PeachPay)


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1. Brand New WooCommerce Content

WooCommerce: Retain Field Values @ Checkout Reload

This annoying WooCommerce flaw is about to go away with a few lines of code. Either reload the Checkout page or go back to it later – your info will still be there.

WooCommerce: Top Product Filter Plugins For Your Store

This article shares the top product filter solutions for your WooCommerce store. But first, let’s learn more about their benefits and how this simple option can affect your store’s bottom line. 

10 Fastest WooCommerce Themes in 2022

To help you ensure that your theme isn’t preventing your website from loading as quickly as it could, we’ve compared the performance of 10 of the fastest WooCommerce themes available in 2022.

WooCommerce Function of the Week: get_variation_prices

Today’s core function (get_variation_prices) will definitely help you save time while working with prices, custom notices, conditional logic and such

2. David’s WooCommerce Highlights

Here are a few notes written by David of PeachPay, WooWeekly co-author:

Supercharging WooCommerce Checkout & Payments

Yours truly will be speaking at the Atarim Web Agency Summit, the biggest WordPress event, this Thursday. I will be speaking about optimizing the WooCommerce store checkout & payment process through PeachPay (big surprise!). The last few spots for the event are going fast, so sign up now if you haven’t already. You can also check out a sneak peek of my talk and a couple of other WooCommerce ones on Do the Woo.

Doing the Woo in the Early Days

Can you fathom that there was once a time when WooCommerce themes were far and far between? Well, Colm Troy can. He was one of the first to begin building them, and he has had massive success with Shoptimizer. Shoptimizer is actually one of our sponsors, but the reason I bring them up is that Colm sat down with Bob Dunn on Do the Woo to discuss the early days of ecommerce. I highly recommend checking out this episode as well as the Shoptimizer theme if you haven’t already.


WooCommerce: Replace Variable Price With Active Variation Price

In today’s snippet, we’ll see once and for all how to replace the top right variable product price with the one of the current variation, while also hiding the variation price.

WooCommerce: How to Enable Apple Pay and Google Pay

As customers become increasingly reliant on mobile payment solutions like Apple Pay and Google Pay – it’s important to integrate these payment options in your WooCommerce store to ensure high customer satisfaction.

WooCommerce: A Guide to Selling LearnDash Courses

In this guide, we’ll take a brief look at how you can use LearnDash to sell online courses and walk you through the steps you need to follow to set up LearnDash with WooCommerce.

WooCommerce Function of the Week: wc_price

The wc_price function solves your WooCommerce price formatting problems. Using it means you can ignore the WooCommerce price settings.

WooCommerce: How To Set Up Complex Shipping Rules

In this article, we’ll take a look at the importance of shipping costs, why conditional logic is a game changer and why customers love to get free shipping. Enjoy!

WooCommerce Snippet: Only Allow to Buy a Product Once

In the era of online courses, subscriptions, custom-made products and product personalization, it may happen a scenario where a user can only purchase a product once in their lifetime.

WooCommerce Snippet: Remove “Clear” Button @ Variable Product Page

As soon as you select a product attribute, a “Clear” button appears beside the dropdown/s in order to reset the selection/s and start anew. As usual, why “display:none” stuff with CSS when there is a PHP way?


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  • Rodolfo Melogli

    Author, WooCommerce expert and WordCamp speaker, Rodolfo has worked as an independent WooCommerce freelancer since 2011. His goal is to help entrepreneurs and developers overcome their WooCommerce nightmares. Rodolfo loves travelling, chasing tennis & soccer balls and, of course, wood fired oven pizza.

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  • David Mainayar

    Co-Founder at PeachPay and with a background in economics, David has been obsessed with WooCommerce ever since he discovered its transformational potential for the entrepreneurial underdog. His mission is to help level the playing field for small and medium-sized enterprises as well as independent retailers. David loves travelling to central Europe, reading books by N.N. Taleb, and learning about ancient Roman and Napoleonic history.

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