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Adding Product Content Description Above the Product in WooCommerce

By default in WooCommerce the product description of a product sits inside the ‘Description’ tab, with the Short Description displayed more prominent alongside the product. Here is how to swap that order and display the product content at the head of the page and remove the tab description (…as it will display twice). So in…

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Removing the Product Meta ‘Categories’ in a Product Page – WooCommerce

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WooCommerce product categories are displayed at the bottom of a product page just under the add to cart button. You can remove these from the layout by removing the woocommerce_template_single_meta action from the product summary, in your themes functions.php add in … remove_action( ‘woocommerce_single_product_summary’, ‘woocommerce_template_single_meta’, 40 ); This will remove the categories aka product meta from…

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Hide the Description and Reviews Tabs in WooCommerce Products

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WooCommerce products by default show  ‘description‘ and ‘reviews‘ tabs below the product on a WordPress product page, you can hide these tabs from view as well as a third tab ‘additional information‘ with a snippet of code that goes in your themes functions.php file   As well as remove the tabs you can rename the heading…

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Position Genesis Simple Share Icons in WooCommerce Products and Shop Page

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By default when using Genesis Simple Share icons in WooCommerce products, the placement of these icons are not great. If you where to position the icons above or below the content in the Settings of Genesis Simple Share for WooCommerce Products, this is where they would end up… In a regular WordPress post the placement is fine…

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Add a WooCommerce Sidebar with Genesis Simple Sidebars

Here is how to add a separate sidebar for WooCommerce pages using Genesis Simple Sidebars. One of the ways to make WooCommerce and Genesis play nicely is using a plugin called  Genesis Connect for WooCommerce , but users are having issues with its code and from my own experience it is troublesome if also using Genesis Simple Sidebars,…

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Hide WooCommerce for Unregistered Users in WordPress

You can hide the core pages of WooCommerce from unregistered users using a simple WordPress redirect function called template_redirect. This may come in handy if the woocommerce component is still in development or has a delayed release or is for WordPress registered users only. Add to your functions.php file The code will essentially redirect any…

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