These solutions let you add a custom image for your logo to any WooCommerce product category page.
The tutorials in this archive relate to the modification of WooCommerce via your child theme. Many of the tutorials include code which is tested in specific Genesis child themes including Outfitter Pro which is the latest StudioPress eCommerce child theme for WooCommerce. The code is guaranteed to work as shown in the demo images and videos. Installation of all code as well as support for PHP code is provided for members.
This code enables you to add a linkable image after the WooCommerce products header on any product
There's 3 ways to change the layout settings in Genesis child themes. 1. You can use the Layout
The code snippets in this tutorial enable you to change the number of columns WooCommerce products
This tutorial provides a slightly different method to this tutorial which enables you to add a
The solution in this download enables you to display your shop page ( product archive page ) the
Outfitter Pro is the latest StudioPress child theme for WooCommerce which uses a masonry layout on
This tutorial provides 2 ways to remove the sidebar from any type of WooCommerce page in Genesis
This code enables you to display a completely different header area for all your WooCommerce pages.
The code in this tutorial creates a custom made conditional tag which you can use with any custom
This code enables you to add both the cart quantity ( count ) and the cart total ( price ), to any
This code for HTML 5 Genesis child theme users, links your site title ( in your header ) to your
This code enables you to link all single products together in any theme. No need to edit any
These hooks enable you to add content to WooCommerce single product pages. You can see the hooks
If you're selling from your WordPress site using Woocommerce, you might want to add an additional
This code enables you to control the width of both the content area and primary sidebar on the
This tutorial shows you 2 ways to move the primary sidebar to the left and the content to the
This PHP code enables you to add a hand coded custom sidebar to a custom WooCommerce archive product
By default, WooCommerce displays all the single product summary elements in a separate column to the
This post provides single lines of code you can use to add, remove and reposition different elements