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1. Brand New WooCommerce Tips
Today I want to cover the actual “Related products” title (H2) and also find a way to display an additional piece of content right below it (subheading). ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
So, how do we “manage stock” for an external product, and display the stock status on the single product page, just before the “Buy Product” button? ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
In this post, we will see what are the WooCommerce Cart Messages, when and where they are shown, why you might want to customize them, and how to do it. ~ Carles Martin, wp-centrics
2. ICYMI: WooCommerce Articles
Bad news first – if you use theshortcode inside emails that’s not going to work unfortunately. So, I want to fix this, and find a WooCommerce email-compatible way to show a grid of products based on a list of product IDs (for example, the list of related products based on the ordered items), and make sure I can actually see product images, titles, prices and a link. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
Maybe you have a mix of capitalized product names (“Red Square Table”), non-capitalized ones (“White round chair”) and all caps ones (“GREEN COUCH”), and therefore you’re looking for a PHP shortcut to fix this automatically. So, here’s a super simple solution to capitalize all product titles. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
In case you have very long single product pages, it may be helpful to show the Add to Cart form at the bottom of the page or even inside the description tab. Thankfully this is pretty easy and only requires one line of code. ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
There are times when the “long description” and the “short description” are not enough on the WooCommerce Single Product page. What if you need to add another HTML content section – say – at the very bottom of the page? ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
It’s difficult to drive blog readers to the shop page, so I came up with a great idea – why not add a grid of relevant related products at the end of each blog post, based on the most used keywords? ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
Today I’d like to teach you a quick workaround to edit the default email text strings such as the initial greeting (‘Hi Mary,‘) or other sentences (‘We have finished processing your order.‘, ‘The following note has been added to your order:‘, ‘Just to let you know — we’ve received your order, and it is now being processed:‘, etc.). ~ Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer
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