WooWeekly #426: Show Single Variations | Hide Products By ACF Value

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1. Brand New WooCommerce Tips

WooCommerce: Hide Products Based On Custom Field / ACF Value

We’ve already seen how to hide products based on IP addresses, hide products belonging to a specific category and even hide all products from the Shop page. Today I want to publish another version of those, but this time we’ll use a custom field / ACF in our conditional logic, so that we can toggle the product visibility based on its value. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Display All Single Variations (Shortcode)

As you know, each variable product is made of one or more “single variations”, and these are only visible in the single product page. Now, what if you want to display a grid of all “single variations” in a custom page / post? Well, a shortcode can be coded so that you can achieve just that. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

2. ICYMI: WooCommerce Articles

WooCommerce: Allow Customers To Define the Product Price

This is a great customization for those WooCommerce store owners who are willing to accept donations, custom amounts, or need anyway that the customer enters a custom price on the product page for paying an invoice or a bill. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Get Order Fees Total

Well, there is actually one line of PHP you can use to calculate the order total fees (despite I didn’t think so while I was writing this post). You will still find the original way to calculate order total fees (by looping through all order fees and adding up totals), as well as the one liner that can help you save time. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Show Product Image @ Emails

With this little trick, you can revert this default behavior and indeed show images beside their product name inside the email order item table. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Item Custom Field @ Edit Order Page

When, as an administrator, you edit an order and are in the Order Items table, you have the chance to edit the item quantity, subtotal and discounted price. What if you also want to have the freedom to display and edit another custom field, so that it is saved inside the order? ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Get Product Parent Categories

For example, it’s easy to “get the current product’s categories“, but how can we get the “parent product categories” only? In today’s snippet we will see how this can be achieved in 7 lines of PHP ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Disable A Plugin For Customers / Shop Managers

There are a million reasons why this could be helpful. So, let’s see how to actually deactivate a plugin (not disable its scripts – but actually deactivate it) with a handy piece of code ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

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