WooWeekly #491: Product Page Redesign | Checkout Headings | add-to-cart URL Parameter

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I’m busy working on a complex API integration for a client, which is always the thing I hate the most because API docs are never thorough and I always need to get in touch with the developers…

Other than that, I’ve just scheduled a new masterclass for April 30th, where I will be talking about redeveloping my own WooCommerce single product page without plugins (of course!), and try to come up with a better layout based on my ideal customer. Want more conversions? Sign up here – the live session is FREE for all newsletter subscribers and Business Bloomer customers (100 attendees max): https://www.businessbloomer.com/class/conversion-focused-redesign-of-the-woocommerce-single-product-page/

Anyhow, here’s your weekly round-up of WooCommerce tips and tricks. Enjoy!

Rodolfo Melogli


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WooCommerce Tips

WooCommerce: Add Checkout Payment Section Heading

The lack of a heading can be a point of contention. Some users might prefer a clearer distinction between sections. And a call to action above the payment options can maybe help you convert better. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Remove “add-to-cart=123” URL Parameter After Add to Cart

The problem is that WooCommerce itself doesn’t automatically remove the “add-to-cart” parameter after a successful add to cart, and if you reload the page you will add to cart again! So, let’s see how we can remove this parameter in case you disabled the “redirect to cart” option. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

ECommerce Store Mistakes that are Hurting Your Sales – And How to Fix Them

There are various elements that might influence your eCommerce sales, and errors in your online store can be costly. In this article, we’ll look at 16 typical eCommerce store blunders that might harm your sales and recommend ways to help you avoid them – and optimize your WooCommerce store for maximizing sales. by Convesio

How to Fine-Tune Your Checkout Process Steps for More Sales

If you’re looking to improve your checkout process steps and optimize your checkout for conversions, this guide is for you. We’ll break down each of the checkout process steps and equip you with strategies to improve them all. by Gina Lucia, Iconic


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WooCommerce: Exclude Shipping Method From Specific User Role

In this blog post, we’ll show you how to exclude specific shipping methods from users with a particular role. This allows you to, for example, offer free shipping only to VIP members or restrict express delivery options to regular customers. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Get All Variations For A Given Product

When you deal with WooCommerce variable products and custom code, you may need to programmatically access all the variations based on a given (parent) product ID. This post dives into the world of WooCommerce product variations and shows you two powerful PHP methods to retrieve all the variations associated with a specific product ID. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Empty Cart Redirect

The redirect page can be used to showcase ongoing sales, promotions, or new products that customers might be interested in. This can help generate interest and encourage customers to make a purchase. So, let’s see how we can redirect users from the empty Cart page to another page on the same website. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Redirect URL With SKU To Single Product Page

Let’s say your WooCommerce product has the following permalink: domain/shop/t-shirts-tops-and-blouses/t-shirt-casual-v-neck-longsleeve-green-medium-cotton-stretch. Wouldn’t it be shorter, more fun and neater if you could also reach the same exact single product page by using domain/sku00001 in the browser bar, where “sku00001” is the product SKU? by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Customize The “You cannot add another to your cart” Notification

If a WooCommerce product is set to “sold individually” (i.e. the “Limit purchases to 1 item per order” checkbox is checked in the edit product page) and is already in the cart, the “You cannot add another product to your cart.” notification will appear if you try to add it to cart again, which is fair. This message appears by default in WooCommerce. There is a way to disable it completely, but you can also customize the wording. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Rename The “Add to cart” Button Label

The “Add to Cart” button label cannot be changed from the WooCommerce settings unfortunately. Thankfully, this simple code will allow you to change it to whatever you wish e.g. “Add to Basket” or “Add to Order”. by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer

WooCommerce: Hide “View Cart” Button Upon Ajax Add to Cart

WooCommerce has a built-in AJAX functionality for adding products to the cart on archive pages (Shop page, product category pages, tag pages, etc.). Once you add a product, WooCommerce displays a “View Cart” button beside the “Add to Cart” one. With this snippet you’ll learn how to remove this button! by Rodolfo Melogli, Business Bloomer


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