Gerhard Potgieter

WordPress / WooCommerce Engineer at Automattic

WooCommerce 2.1 Add Confirm Password Field at Checkout — February 25, 2014

WooCommerce 2.1 Add Confirm Password Field at Checkout

WooCommerce 2.1 Confirm Password Field on CheckoutThe last couple of weeks I have spent a lot of time working on some tutorials to reverse some of the changes introduced in WooCommerce 2.1 to the ways it was in WooCommerce 2.0.

This tutorial is another one of this cases, WooCommerce 2.1 removed the password confirm field and functionality from the checkout page as it was thought that should a customer make a typo in the password field they can easily just reset it via the password reset functionality in WooCommerce.

However if you would still like add this password confirm field to your WooCommerce 2.1 checkout page, good news is this is still possible.

The code below will add an additional field underneath your password field on the checkout page called Confirm Password and when the customer places the order it will check the two password field against each other and give an error message and prohibit checkout if they do not match.

Place the code below in your theme’s functions.php file

<?php
// place the following code in your theme's functions.php file
// Add a second password field to the checkout page.
add_action( 'woocommerce_checkout_init', 'wc_add_confirm_password_checkout', 10, 1 );
function wc_add_confirm_password_checkout( $checkout ) {
if ( get_option( 'woocommerce_registration_generate_password' ) == 'no' ) {
$checkout->checkout_fields['account']['account_password2'] = array(
'type' => 'password',
'label' => __( 'Confirm password', 'woocommerce' ),
'required' => true,
'placeholder' => _x( 'Confirm Password', 'placeholder', 'woocommerce' )
);
}
}
// Check the password and confirm password fields match before allow checkout to proceed.
add_action( 'woocommerce_after_checkout_validation', 'wc_check_confirm_password_matches_checkout', 10, 2 );
function wc_check_confirm_password_matches_checkout( $posted ) {
$checkout = WC()->checkout;
if ( ! is_user_logged_in() && ( $checkout->must_create_account || ! empty( $posted['createaccount'] ) ) ) {
if ( strcmp( $posted['account_password'], $posted['account_password2'] ) !== 0 ) {
wc_add_notice( __( 'Passwords do not match.', 'woocommerce' ), 'error' );
}
}
}
?>

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WooCommerce 2.1 Grouped Prices Revert To WooCommerce 2.0 Format — February 24, 2014

WooCommerce 2.1 Grouped Prices Revert To WooCommerce 2.0 Format

WooCommerce 2.1 Grouped Product Prices, Revert to WooCommerce 2.0 Format

 

Last week I did a tutorial that showed you how to change your WooCommerce 2.1 Variation prices from the new range format to the old WooCommerce 2.0 From: format, that tutorial however only included changing the prices of variable products.

The following tutorial shows you how to modify the Grouped Product prices that also uses the new range format in WooCommerce 2.1 to the WooCommerce 2.0 From: format.

To change the pricing format for your WooCommerce grouped products add the code below to your theme’s functions.php file

<?php
// Place in your theme's functions.php file
// Revert grouped product prices to WooCommerce 2.0 format
add_filter( 'woocommerce_grouped_price_html', 'wc_wc20_grouped_price_format', 10, 2 );
function wc_wc20_grouped_price_format( $price, $product ) {
$tax_display_mode = get_option( 'woocommerce_tax_display_shop' );
$child_prices = array();
foreach ( $product->get_children() as $child_id ) {
$child_prices[] = get_post_meta( $child_id, '_price', true );
}
$child_prices = array_unique( $child_prices );
$get_price_method = 'get_price_' . $tax_display_mode . 'uding_tax';
if ( ! empty( $child_prices ) ) {
$min_price = min( $child_prices );
$max_price = max( $child_prices );
} else {
$min_price = '';
$max_price = '';
}
if ( $min_price == $max_price ) {
$display_price = wc_price( $product->$get_price_method( 1, $min_price ) );
} else {
$from = wc_price( $product->$get_price_method( 1, $min_price ) );
$display_price = sprintf( __( 'From: %1$s', 'woocommerce' ), $from );
}
return $display_price;
}

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WooCommerce Show Trailing Zeros on Prices — February 21, 2014

WooCommerce Show Trailing Zeros on Prices

WooCommerce Show Trailing Zeros on Prices

One of the changes that was made with the refinement of the WooCommerce Settings in WooCommerce 2.1 was the removal of the option to show trailing zeros after prices.

Pre WooCommerce 2.1 there was a checkbox you could check to show the prices with trailing zeros, this was removed and replaced with a filter instead.

In order to display trailing zeros on your prices add the code below to your theme’s functions.php file

<?php
// Show trailing zeros on prices, default is to hide it.
add_filter( 'woocommerce_price_trim_zeros', 'wc_hide_trailing_zeros', 10, 1 );
function wc_hide_trailing_zeros( $trim ) {
// set to false to show trailing zeros
return false;
}
?>

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WooCommerce 2.1 Variation Prices Revert To 2.0 Format — February 13, 2014

WooCommerce 2.1 Variation Prices Revert To 2.0 Format

WooCommerce 2.1 change price range to WooCommerce 2.0 From priceWith WooCommerce 2.1 just being released a couple of days ago, a lot of users may have noticed a couple of big changes to the plugin, like a refined settings section and the introduction of an all new REST API.

The aim with each major WooCommerce release is to simplify and make it faster and more scalable, and with WooCommerce 2.1 this meant that a lot of the setting that was rarely uses was removed and a few formatting changes was made based on customer feedback.

One of the formatting changes that was made was to remove the “From: $x” price formatting of variation products in favor of a range ie “$x – $y”. This new range format for variable product may not appeal to everyone and that is where the following snippet comes into play.

The code snippet will change the new range price format back to the “From:” price format that users are accustomed to in WooCommerce 2.0.

To revert your WooCommerce variation prices back to the “From:” price format add the following code to your theme’s functions.php file

/**
* Use WC 2.0 variable price format, now include sale price strikeout
*
* @param string $price
* @param object $product
* @return string
*/
function wc_wc20_variation_price_format( $price, $product ) {
// Main Price
$prices = array( $product->get_variation_price( 'min', true ), $product->get_variation_price( 'max', true ) );
$price = $prices[0] !== $prices[1] ? sprintf( __( 'From: %1$s', 'woocommerce' ), wc_price( $prices[0] ) ) : wc_price( $prices[0] );
// Sale Price
$prices = array( $product->get_variation_regular_price( 'min', true ), $product->get_variation_regular_price( 'max', true ) );
sort( $prices );
$saleprice = $prices[0] !== $prices[1] ? sprintf( __( 'From: %1$s', 'woocommerce' ), wc_price( $prices[0] ) ) : wc_price( $prices[0] );
if ( $price !== $saleprice ) {
$price = '<del>' . $saleprice . '</del> <ins>' . $price . '</ins>';
}
return $price;
}
add_filter( 'woocommerce_variable_sale_price_html', 'wc_wc20_variation_price_format', 10, 2 );
add_filter( 'woocommerce_variable_price_html', 'wc_wc20_variation_price_format', 10, 2 );

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