To check if a specific product category is in the cart during the `woocommerce_before_cart` action hook, you can use a similar approach as in the previous answer. However, in this case, you need to use the `woocommerce_before_cart_contents` action hook, which fires before the cart items are displayed on the cart page. Here’s how you can achieve this:
In WooCommerce, the `$product` object represents a single product, and it contains various information and methods that you can access to get details about the product. Here is a list of common product information that you can retrieve from the `$product` object:
WooCommerce comes with several shortcodes that you can use to display various elements and functionalities on your WordPress website. These shortcodes allow you to customize the appearance and layout of your WooCommerce store. Here are some of the essential shortcodes included with WooCommerce:
Creating an admin user in WordPress through an FTP client is not a direct method since user accounts are managed through the WordPress database and not through files on the server. To add an admin user, you’ll need to use a different approach. Here’s how you can do it:
By default, WooCommerce allows customers to change the quantity of a product in the cart by updating the quantity input field on the cart page. If the quantity is increased, the product will be added to the cart only once with the updated quantity. However, if you want to allow customers to add the same product multiple times as separate items in the cart, you’ll need to customize the cart behavior.
To allow users to upload a file in the My Account registration form in WooCommerce, you’ll need to customize the registration form and add a file upload field. We’ll use a custom function and a hook to achieve this. Here’s a step-by-step guide:
To calculate the distance between two locations using their latitude and longitude coordinates, you can use the Haversine formula. The Haversine formula is commonly used to calculate the great-circle distance between two points on the surface of a sphere (such as the Earth) given their latitude and longitude.
To disable repeat purchase of products in WooCommerce, you can implement a custom solution using a combination of code snippets and WooCommerce hooks. The idea is to prevent customers from adding the same product to the cart if it already exists in the cart. Below are the steps to achieve this:
To implement jQuery Form Validator with the specified validation rules, including required, minlength, email, equalTo, custom validation, confirm password, username pattern, email existence in the database in WordPress, and username with no numeric value, you’ll need to combine client-side validation using jQuery Form Validator with server-side validation using PHP and WordPress functions.