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Raise your hand if you like to get the New Order email notification in your inbox! Yeah, I know, everyone would raise their hand! But just receiving an order is not enough. You need to handle it properly, and sometimes edit it to meet the customer needs.

Learn here all the details about how to edit orders in WooCommerce.

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Have you noticed that in the Storefront theme there are footer credits for the theme itself and WooCommerce?

It is possible to hide those credits from the Customizer in the Footer section, but it’s nice to keep them around to support the developers. It might be useful though to add your company name as well or change the text to something else that you prefer.

You can do it, as always, via custom code!

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Hammers which all looks the same

When you create a new product, by default WooCommerce leaves the price empty, and if you don't set one, the product will be considered free.

There might be cases where you do not want to manually set a price, but still do not leave it empty. Setting a default value would be the solution.

How can you do it with WooCommerce?

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Do you want your customers to pre-order their favorite products? Then WooCommerce Pre-Orders is what you need!

This extension allows you to create a product, and start selling before it is actually available to the customer. You can choose if you want them to pay in advance or at the moment of the release, and many other options! Have a look at the documentation to know more!

The only thing missing with this plugin is a bit of customisation for products that can be pre-ordered. The products have no specific class, nor a badge that indicates the possibility to pre-order them.

Let’s see how to add these things!

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A man with tools

In WooCommerce, with every order, comes one or more emails. WooCommerce sends automatically to the shop manager or to the customer, depending on the current step of the purchase process and they have some pre-defined messages.

These messages change based on the email sent and there are no options to change them. Sometimes you may need to add more text to all emails, such as a notice that says that the order is an online order. How do you do this?

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