I love to share some of these WooCommerce Hooks. Please be cautious when adding scripts to your website. I am not responsible for any crashes of your site if something goes wrong. Questions and or Comments please do so. I’ll try and respond as soon as I can.
Amazon Pay payment button sitting right at the top of the Checkout page? Well, let’s use a little jQuery to get that thing to move.
This is one of those things you wish already came with WooCommerce but alas, it doesn’t. Let’s add some magic and make this thing stand out.
WooCommerce by default doesn’t show thumbnails in the new order email. I’ll show you how to add images and fix that with this hook.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to add a “Verified Guest Badge” to your WooCommerce store. This is vital in order to get more reviews.
Hooks in WordPress essentially allow you to change or add code without editing core files. They are used extensively throughout WordPress and WooCommerce and are very useful for developers.