I was working on a payment gateway for WooCommerce and had to create a special URL that will then load the specified class method. Sometimes the information does not reach all parties e.g. if you close the browser and the status of the payment between the payment’s and merchant’s server remains unclear. The WooCommerce API […]
I recently had to extend the search to include custom fields in WordPress admin. I created a custom post type called “document” and a few custom fields such as “_file_name” and “_url”. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to search by custom field value in WordPress admin, so I had to hook into the native WordPress search and tweak it.
The autocompletion allows users to select from a pre-populated list of suggestions as they type. There are a number of jQuery autocomplete plugins. I’ll create an autocomplete from the post titles and redirect to a blog post based on selected option value.
By default, WooCommerce comes with 6 sorting options. In this example, I’ll add an extra option to sort by sale status. However, if your sorting needs are more advanced, then you can hook into pre_get_posts instead of woocommerce_get_catalog_ordering_args.