WooCommerce Customizer – WordPress plugin Free download

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WooCommerce Customizer

Description

WooCommerce includes tons of filters to let you customize button text, labels, and more, but you have to write PHP code to use them. This plugin provides a settings page where you can add your customizations and save them without needing to write any code or modify any templates, which is helpful for quick change testing.

Requires WooCommerce 2.6.14+

Here are some customizations you can make:

Add to Cart button text for different product types (within the shop loop and on a single product page)
Sales badge text for the shop or product pages
The number of products displayed per page
Heading text for the “Product Description” and “Additional Information” tab.
Checkout page coupon / login text
Checkout page “Create Account” checkbox default
Checkout page “Submit Order” button text
Tax Label text
Placeholder image source

To make these changes, go to WooCommerce > Settings and view the “Customizer” tab.

Note: This plugin does not support being network activated on multisite. To use this on a multisite network, you must activate the plugin individually on each site.

Support Details

We do support our free plugins and extensions, but please understand that support for premium products takes priority. We typically check the forums every few days (with a maximum delay of one week).

More Details

See the product page for full details.
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Screenshots

Settings Page to start customizing!

Installation

You can (a) Search Plugins > Add New for “WooCommerce Customizer”, (b) Upload woocommerce-customizer folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory, or (c) upload the zip file via the “Plugins > Add New” menu
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Go to the ‘Customizer’ tab under WooCommerce > Settings
Start customizing!

FAQ

Installation Instructions

You can (a) Search Plugins > Add New for “WooCommerce Customizer”, (b) Upload woocommerce-customizer folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory, or (c) upload the zip file via the “Plugins > Add New” menu
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Go to the ‘Customizer’ tab under WooCommerce > Settings
Start customizing!

Why can’t I customize xyz?

Most likely because a filter does not yet exist within WooCommerce, or a filter does exist but is too complicated to be of use with this plugin.

Why don’t the settings show up under the WooCommerce Settings?

Do you have this network activated for a multisite installation? If so, you’ll need to remove the plugin, then activate it on each child site as needed, as the plugin does not support being network activated.

I found a bug! What do I do?

Please submit an issue on GitHub along with a description of the problem so we can fix it 🙂

Can I contribute to the plugin?

Of course! Please fork the GitHub repository and send a pull request.

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