How To Remove Related Products from WooCommerce

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The code snippet below will allow you to remove related products from your WooCommerce store, in case you had everything in your store setup just right, and you didn’t want to feature cross sells in your site. Cross sells and upsells Its worth first understanding which related products are being displayed in your site (the …

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How to Remove a Tab from WooCommerce

Have you ever wanted to remove or disable a particular tab, or tabs, from your WooCommerce store? The snippet below will allow you to do just that, from your theme’s functions.php file. Remove Tabs from WooCommerce Add the snippet below to your child theme’s functions.php file. Be sure to remove the tabs you wanted (the …

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Location of functions.php in WordPress

This question was asked of us recently, after a tutorial we posted, so I’m putting this out there in case anyone else wants to know this – and also so that I can link this up in future WordPress tutorials too. Where is functions.php in WordPress? When developers talk about “adding this code to your …

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The Silicon Dales Guide to Updating WordPress

WordPress is used by 30% of websites – even in a sample of the top million websites. It’s popular and it works.

In order to keep up with a changing world, the code powering WordPress is updated on a regular basis. As a result, the plugins, themes and integrations which work with WordPress also update on a regular basis (at least, the good ones do!).

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How To Use Shortcodes in WordPress Widgets

Shortcodes are great, and can be used for a variety of purposes within WordPress to cut out the hassle of adding code all over the place. Even better, shortcodes allow you to edit things centrally and have them updated wherever they appear across your blog. But, often, we find, our clients would like a feature …

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Where to put Snippets in your WordPress Functions.php File

Every so often, on the WordPress.org forum, or some blog comments thread, or on Twitter, or some other place, we see helpful open source practitioners posting snippets to be added to “the end” your theme’s (child theme, child theme, please use a child theme) functions.php file. Then we hear of someone who has done exactly …

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Code to hide content on the front page of WordPress

Another day, another little WordPress tutorial for you guys. This time, I’m posting a how to for those of you who have rolled back the old sleeves, and are actually digging into some PHP to make or edit your WordPress template. Now it should go without saying that if you are making modifications to your …

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