The product quantity selector is usually only available on the product page and in the cart, but what if you also want to offer the customer to change the quantity of units on the checkout page?
Sometimes your clients go back from the checkout to change some amounts or even add new products. Wouldn’t it be nice if when they return they don’t have to fill all their information again?
Since we already saw how to do it for emails I thought to myself “We should probably be able to do it with passwords too right?”. And that’s what we are going to do because customers can make mistakes with passwords too.
There are some types of stores that do not need payment gateways, just a way to receive orders from customers, which later will be charged by other means. Let’s give them what they want.
Many online store owners put a lot of effort into making their websites as good as possible so that their visitors have a good experience. But some forget to optimize the checkout page so that it has only what it needs.
Sometimes it is not possible to make the checkout fields required or optional in WooCommerce. But some lines of code fix it easily.
When someone misses a field on the checkout page the error message shows at the top of the page by default, making the customer scroll up and down and putting difficulties to them in the last place we would like to. We’re changing that of course.