Hey WooCustomizers, the Visual Hook Guide is back 🙂
In this episode, I’ve created a visual HTML hook guide for the WooCommerce Account Pages (there are multiple pages such as the My Account as logged in user, My Account as logged out, etc). This visual guide belongs to my “Visual Hook Guide Series“, that I’ve put together so that you can find WooCommerce hooks quickly and easily by seeing their actual locations – and you can also copy & paste in seconds unlike other “hook sniffer plugins” out there. Let me know in the comments what you think about this resource!
Today we take a look at the WooCommerce Minimum Order Amount. This snippet displays an error notification on the Cart Page and an error message @ Checkout Process if the order is below a set threshold.
I’ve created a visual HTML hook guide for the WooCommerce Archive Page (which is the same page for the Shop, Category, Tag pages). This visual guide belongs to my “Visual Hook Guide Series“, that I’ve put together so that you can find WooCommerce hooks quickly and easily by seeing their actual locations (and you can also copy/paste). If you like this guide and it is helpful to you, let me know in the comments!
Thanks to this WooCommerce Archive Visual Hooks Guide, you can now go to your template’s functions.php file and use “add_action(‘place-hook-here’,’your-PHP-function-here’);” – you can then place your custom functions exactly where you like them to be. Enjoy!
Here’s a visual hook guide for the WooCommerce Single Product Page. This is part of my “Visual Hook Guide Series“, through which you can find WooCommerce hooks quickly and easily by seeing their actual locations (and you can copy/paste). If you like this guide and it’s helpful to you, let me know in the comments!
Now that you know the product page hooks, you can override the WooCommerce Single Product Page via your child theme’s functions. You can remove default elements (for example, the featured image, the add to cart form, related products…), you can add your custom elements by picking the correct positioned “hook” and triggering your function, and you can even “move” existing elements. Need a video tutorial? Watch it now →
I’ve put together a visual (yet, you can copy/paste!) hook guide for the WooCommerce Cart Page. If you like this and it is helpful to you, let me know in the comments and I’ll create another one for the checkout, single product page and my account page.
You can find WooCommerce Cart hooks quickly and easily by seeing their actual locations. Great thing is – all you need to do in your functions.php is “add_action(‘place-hook-here’,’your-PHP-function-here’);” and you can place your custom functions anywhere on the WooCommerce Cart Page. Enjoy!
A client had several shipping rates on the cart page automatically generated by FedEx, USPS, UPS and similar plugins via their API. Problem was, they wanted to sort them by price as opposed to grouping them by provider.
Thankfully, with a simple “uasort” PHP function, it’s possible to take the shipping rates array and sort it by amount before returning it back to the screen. If you don’t know PHP, simply copy/paste!
WooCommerce functions add the shipping method label on the Cart totals, on the left hand side of the price. This ruins the price amounts alignment (subtotal, shipping, taxes, total) and many clients have asked me to remove it completely. Also, it could be that sometimes you don’t want to show the name of a shipping rate on the front-end. So, here’s how you do it!
This is a very cool snippet that many of you should use to increase your average order value. Ecommerce customers who are near the “free shipping” threshold will try to add more products to the cart in order to qualify for free shipping. It’s pure psychology.
Here’s how we show a simple message on the WooCommerce Cart page. Enjoy!