To add custom prices based on user roles in WooCommerce using Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), you can follow these steps:
To achieve this functionality, you’ll need to create a custom ACF repeater field for quantity and price in the product admin panel and then display all the prices on the product single page. Additionally, you’ll have to calculate the price according to the selected quantity when a product is added to the cart using WordPress hooks.
To display a custom field or Advanced Custom Field (ACF) value for products on the WooCommerce shop page. you can modify the woocommerce_before_shop_loop_item_title hook.
To hide products in WooCommerce based on a custom field or Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) value, you’ll need to use some custom code. Specifically, you’ll have to hook into the WooCommerce product query and modify it to include your custom field or ACF value as a condition for hiding products.
To retrieve the values of an Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) repeater field using the `have_rows()` function and the `the_row()` function in WordPress, follow these steps:
To add Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) options pages and options sub-pages, you’ll need to have ACF Pro installed and activated on your WordPress site. ACF Pro allows you to create custom options pages where you can add settings, fields, and other configuration data.