Autocomplete all the Orders in WooCommerce
Everyone runs their business and ecommerce store differently. Especially when it comes to downloadable products, we all have a different approach to how to how those downloads should be delivered.
Conditionally Allow Flat Rate Shipping in WooCommerce
I had a user today who wanted to only offer flat rate shipping in WooCommerce for a certain shipping class. It made sense, so I put together a quick snippet that allows just this.
All About Purchase Notes in WooCommerce
For every product you create in WooCommerce, there exists a little known option hidden in away in the Advanced tab of the Product Data metabox – Purchase Note.
Exclude ZIP Codes from Shipping in WooCommerce
The US Zip Code system sort of makes sense but can get pretty confusing when some 5 digit combinations aren’t actually zips. But what if you wanted to exclude some zip codes?
Only Show Free Shipping When it’s Available in WooCommerce
If you have free shipping on your WooCommerce site but only offer it in certain situations, you probably don’t want to show the other paid shipping methods.
Taking Control of WooCommerce Titles
Today I want to talk a little bit about page titles in WooCommerce. We see a lot of people asking how they change the title of pages in their store like the Shop page or Checkout page.
Change WooCommerce ‘Ship to a different address?’ Default State
The extra shipping address fields in the WooCommerce Checkout are hidden by default, but it's possible to override this behaviour with a single line of code.
Open ‘Calculate Shipping’ Box on WooCommerce Cart Page Load
I’ve seen this request a couple times while helping out WooCommerce customers so I thought I’d share a quick CSS snippet that will do just that.
Add PDF to WooCommerce Order Email
Quick little snippet that will let you add a static PDF file (or in fact, any kind of file) to the WooCommerce Order Emails.
Change the WooCommerce Auto Generated Password
WooCommerce comes with the handy ability to filter your orders in the admin by the month they were made.
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