Create your own custom Wordpress plugin quickly and easily from scratch to get coding with the minimum of fuss.
You can easily add custom data to WooCommerce Products using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin and then display the data on the Shop Page using the woocommerce_after_shop_loop_item_title hook!
The Astra theme has its own custom WooCommerce hooks. Here’s how to use them!
Using the Augmented Assignment Operator to do a calculation on a variable and assign it back to itself, but more elegantly! More Productive Programming.
Here’s how to create a custom WooCommerce Settings Tab and save the data to the database. We’ll use it to create a product add on by category.
If you want to take ad hoc payments from your Webflow site without setting up a full on eCommerce store, you can do it with Foxy hosted cart and payment page.
Now that we have a spreadsheet that is receiving incoming data, we can hook it up to one of WooCommerce’s built in web hooks. In this case we’ll use the Order Updated hook because that’s useful info you might want
This post is the first in a series about getting data into a Google Sheet using a custom built WooCommerce webhook. Along the way, we’ll learn some smaller, really useful topics: Building a web app with a Google App Script,
More productive programming – setting header records on a spreadsheet dynamically with Google Apps Script
How to build a custom Gutenberg related posts block using ACF Pro with just HTML and PHP! Things we already know as Wordpress Devs!