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woogc/ps/interfaces/synchronize_to_sites

Name: woogc/ps/interfaces/synchronize_to_sites Type: Filter Arguments: $sites The filter allows you to regulate the shops that are accessible within the Synchronization Interface, determining where the feature is available. The following example check if the edit page is for product ID 33 and 44. If match, it disable the synchronization option to the Shop ID 2: add_filter ( 'woogc/ps/interfaces/synchronize_to_sites', 'woogc_ps_interfaces_synchronize_to_sites' ); function woogc_ps_interfaces_synchronize_to_sites( $sites ) { ...

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Redirect to origin shop on Order Received, when using Single Checkout with Split

When utilizing the Single Checkout option, all products within the global cart undergo processing within a designated shop. Conversely, when opting for the Split function, individual orders are generated within each of the shops that contributed products to the cart. Upon the completion of the checkout process, a page titled 'Order Received' is presented to the customer. To seamlessly redirect the customer to the 'Order Received' page hosted on the shop where the origin product was located, you can make use...

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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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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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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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woogc/get_cart_from_session/validate_hash

Name: woogc/get_cart_from_session/validate_hash Type: Filter Arguments: $force_validation, $values When reconstructing the cart from session data, WooCommerce checks each of the products for validation. That includes existence, quantity, purchaseability, data hash. It happens, if a plugin implements a custom product type, if not active/available for a specific shop, the WooCommerce removes it from the cart. This is caused by a data hash that does not match anymore. This filter can be used to force hash validity for specific products in the cart. For example, if using the...

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Run JavaScript code on Synchronization screen complete

On the Synchronization screen complete, custom JavaScript can run. To achieve this, the following code is required within a js file, that is loaded along the page: document.addEventListener( 'woogc/sync-done' , function (e) { alert ('Triggered Event sync-done'); //further JavaScript code ...

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Update cart-shipping template, when using “Calculate Shipping costs for each Shops” option

As default, when using Single Shop Check-out type, WooCommerce calculates the shipping costs globally for all products in the cart, independently of the origin of the item, to what shop it belongs in the network. The used shipping rules and rates are the one's set up on the shop being used for the check-out process. This is enough for most shop administrators, if providing a single package with all customer items. The new functionality controlled through the Calculate Shipping...

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Redirect all Carts to a specific Shop Cart

Each of the Network Shops run their own cart page. This can be changed so the cart link redirects the user to a specific Shop Cart in the network, which is usually the Check-out Shop, when using Single Site Check-out type. The feature can be achieved through a custom code. The WOOGC_REQUIRED_CART_URL value should be updated with the required shop cart URL: <?php define('WOOGC_REQUIRED_CART_URL', ...

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