WooCommerce
December 18, 2020

Add an Empty Cart button in WooCommerce

WooCommerce default not provide Empty Cart button but we can two simple steps to add Empty Cart button on cart page.

The first one is to add below code in your functions.php file (this file is located in your theme folder):

Second step is to add Empty Cart Button after Apply Coupon button. This code adds the button right after the Apply Coupon button on the Cart page.

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