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How to setup the Screen or Header Synchronization type

The Synchronization procedure is the way the plugin core ensures the data is processed unitary across the network, for the selected shops. The plugin automatically deploys any of the selected synchronization types, by making the required adjustments to your WordPress environment. When completed, all server caches ( including the site ) are required to clear manually, for the new settings to take effect. If applied, the CDN cache should be cleared as well. Mainly the procedure consists of setting up...

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Fix the notice “COOKIE_DOMAIN constant already defined. The SSO and cart cross-domain features possible not fully functional.”

In WordPress the COOKIE_DOMAIN constant is used to specify the CMS cookie for unusual domain setups. The plugin use this constant to handle SSO and some of the cross-domain features. If the constant is already defined, this must be removed or commented out. Most of the time it can be found in wp-config.php file and looks like this: The notice appear on SuperAdmin dashboard on top of page: In majority of cases the constant is defined by "WordPress MU...

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Show product shop within order dashboard

When Check-out being set as Single Checkout  the Order include all products in the cart, even if they are coming from different shops. To make easy to identify which product is coming from what shop, a small piece of code can be used. add_action('woocommerce_before_order_itemmeta', 'custom_woocommerce_before_order_itemmeta', 99, 3); function custom_woocommerce_before_order_itemmeta( $item_id, $item, $product ) { ...

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Maintain the same WooCommerce categories on all shops in the network

Update: The recent WordPress and WooCommerce changes deprecated the current article code example, and thus will not be maintained anymore. Under WordPress MultiSite environment, WooCommerce can run on any site. In a sense, that means the WooCommerce is apparently MultiSite capable and compatible. In practice, there's no real MultiSite capability as no data is interconnected from a shop to another, every instance is self-running, with no possibility to interact with the other sites in the network. WordPress WooGlobalCart brings in a...

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Implement network-wide WooCommerce Tax settings

WooCommerce Tax area provides the necessary tools to create the required taxation for on-sale products. Setting up Taxes in WooCommerce is straightforward, through WooCommerce > Settings > Tax interface: Different tax classes and appropriate Rates, per specific Country, State, Zip, City etc area configurable: On check-out, the current shop tax set-up applies to all products in the shopping cart. The check-out location is settable through the plugin options, or this can be free to choose by the customer. I such case,...

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Send email notification to Shop Owner, if a product was checked-out on a different site

When using Single Site Check-out type, the Global Cart is being processed at a specified shop in the network or one at the customer preference. All Products will be included in a single order created on the site where the check-out occurs. On shop Networks, where the owner chose to use Shop Managers to allow individual sites to be run by individual users, when a new Order is created on the Check-out Shop, a notification e-mail might be required to...

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When Splitting the order, show only split transactions on the checkout shop

Splitting Orders, is a powerful tool when working with separate shop managers and merchants. That helps to create split orders with products that belong to different shops in the network. So each of the shops that had at least one product in the cart, will receive an order with its own products. A split can be ignored for the shop, where the check-out occurs. Or the main order can be hidden, on the checkout site and show the split...

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How to control the sent emails when using the Single Checkout with Split

The capability to Split Orders is a valuable resource when dealing with independent shop administrators and vendors. It enables the creation of orders divided by-products from different shops within the network. As a result, each shop that has contributed products to the cart will receive an order comprised solely of its own products. WooCommerce is designed to automatically send relevant email notifications for every order placed. However, in some situations, this automatic notification system may not be suitable, requiring greater...

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How Split Order works when using Single Checkout type

The Global Cart widget functionality provided by the plugin is maintained globally across all sites in the network and can hold any products. Within a shop, a customer can add the desired goods and continue to another site, while the cart still holds the previously added products. Eventually, everything will be checked out on a single process or separate, per plugin set-up. Sample Global Cart Widget with products from different shops.   The WordPress WooCommerce Global...

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How to create global WooCommerce Coupons

Mandatory for every shop, Coupons are a great way to offer discounts to attract new customers and loyalize existing ones. WooCommerce provides an easy way to create new coupons, through an intuitive interface available at the Marketing menu, on the admin dashboard.

When running WordPress MultiSite with many shops, maintaining the Coupons is tricky and time-consuming. They need updateds within each of the shops, that use a coupon.