All my articles regarding WordPress can be found here. It includes generic WordPress articles, tutorials and snippets, and others specific for WooCommerce, and other WordPress plugins.

There’s one thing that I find really annoying in WordPress. For every post, page, custom post type, in the posts list there’s a link to view that specific post. It shows when you hover over the post title, but there’s not a View Comment link in the comments list. Why not?

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With WooCommerce you can sell anything because there are various product types that you can set up with it. One of these product types is Variable Product.

To define a variable product, first you need to add Attributes to it, then you can create Variations. But what is exactly the difference between attributes and variations?

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WooCommerce includes a built-in reviews system to allow customers to leave a review for the products they purchased.

It shows their comment, a rating from 1 to 5, the customer name and avatar, the review date and (if enabled) a label that indicates if the customer is a verified owner of that product.

Let’s talk more about the date. Imagine that you just moved from another platform to WooCommerce. All your reviews will probably show the current date instead of their original date. That would be annoying, so a solution would be to simply hide the review date.

How would you do that?

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Did you know about custom fields in WordPress? Most probably you already use them and you don’t know that they are called so.

Some time ago I wrote an article about how to add fields to products in WooCommerce. Those fields are custom product fields, and their values are post meta.

If you check the article and its comments, you will notice that many people were confused about how to get their value, so let me explain to you what they are and how to get them!

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Storefront is mainly an eCommerce theme, it is built by the developers of WooCommerce, for WooCommerce users.

But, it is a very customizable theme, so it can also be used in other ways. In example, I use it on this blog, without WooCommerce, and it still works perfectly. Many people use it with WooCommerce but only as a catalog, so customers are not able to buy products on the site, but just look at them.

In this last case, you probably don’t need the Cart and Checkout pages, so you remove them, but Storefront still shows a menu in the Footer area when you visit the site on a mobile device, and that menu leads you to the Cart page as well, which you removed.

How can you hide that menu when it is not needed?

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