By default, WooCommerce displays an ‘On Sale’ flash on any products that are on sale. You might wish to display other information to the customer, such as whether the product is featured or even if it’s out of stock. Read more
WooCommerce gives you the option to provide a shorter product description (like an excerpt) as well as a longer description. In most themes, the short description appears in the product summary area along with the product title, price and add to cart form, next to the images. The long description appears in the tabs underneath. Read more
This is an updated version of the original post. It started out as a tutorial demonstrating how to add an image to a category but I’ve since amended it to include adding an image to a custom taxonomy as well.
The mini-cart is a scaled-down version of the WooCommerce cart. It’s the template that the WooCommerce Cart widget uses to display the user’s cart in the sidebar or footer. In a client build, I decided to use the mini-cart template to display the user’s cart when they hover over the cart icon in the navigation menu. However, I found that with caching plugins also running, it’s possible to run into problems with the mini-cart not displaying the correct information to users – in effect, they’d be viewing the contents of other users’ carts. Read more
Cookie Consent is one of the simplest and most popular cookie notification plugins out there. It’s been actively developed and supported since 2012 and is rated 4.8 / 5 by WordPress users with over 80,000 active installations.
If you’re using Advanced Custom Fields to add meta fields to your post type or page content, it can often be helpful to display your meta field values in the dashboard list view for your standard or custom post type. Read more