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 make HTTP requests (PUT, POST, GET, DELETE) to APIs in PHP using a function, you can create a versatile function that handles all types of requests. Here’s an example of how to do it:
To create a custom write_log() function for WordPress, you can use the error_log() function to write messages to the error log. This function will allow you to log information, warnings, errors, or any other messages during development or debugging.
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:
In WordPress, `register_post_type` and `register_taxonomy` are essential functions that allow you to create custom post types and custom taxonomies, respectively. Custom post types and taxonomies give you the flexibility to organize and display different types of content beyond the default posts and pages.
To create WooCommerce orders programmatically in WordPress, you can use the `wc_create_order()` function provided by WooCommerce. This function allows you to create orders and add products to them. Make sure you have WooCommerce installed and activated in your WordPress environment. Here’s a step-by-step guide: