You need to add the code to your child theme’s functions.php file or via a plugin that allows custom functions to be added, such as the Code snippets plugin. Please don’t add custom code directly to your parent theme’s functions.php file as this will be wiped entirely when you update the theme. Removing Tabs Use […]
You need to add the code to your child theme’s functions.php file or via a plugin that allows custom functions to be added, such as the Code snippets plugin. Please don’t add custom code directly to your parent theme’s functions.php file as this will be wiped entirely when you update the theme. Use the following […]
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 […]
Cross-sells and Up-sells in WooCommerce are a very powerful tool to give suggestions to your customers. You might know that most people who buy product A will probably need product B as well, and you want the customer to know that. How do you do it? You use cross-sells and up-sells. These products are shown […]
You will have the need to disable all payment gateways on the site, but just disabling them in WooCommerce > Settings > Payments will not work because then the customers will get an error message since there are no payment methods available. We’re going to be using a different method here. The way to go […]
Use following command to give valid permission to keys and config file.
You can get current currency in woocommerce using get_woocommerce_currency_symbol(); function.
To create a menu for theme setting in the WordPress admin, you should use the Settings API provided by WordPress. Using this API, you can register a new options page, with fields for settings. Additionally, you can add settings to an existing options page. That being said, let’s add the following code to the main […]
The .htaccess is a distributed configuration file, and is how Apache handles configuration changes on a per-directory basis. Basic WP Multisite Subfolder Example SubDomain Example