Have you ever thought of decluttering the WooCommerce single product page by getting rid of stuff like product categories or star ratings?
Have you been tempted to move and reposition the elements in the WooCommerce single product page but didn’t know where to start?
Here’s a simple technique of doing all that with WooCommerce action and filter hooks.
Customizing WooCommerce Template Pages
A common way of customizing both parent themes and plugins template pages is to make a copy of the template in your theme and make your changes there. This ensures that when the parent theme or plugin are updated, your changes won’t be overwritten.
Some themes and plugins offer extensive custom action and filter hooks to allow you to add changes directly from the
functions.php file in your theme. This means that there is no need to touch the template files’ markup.
Customization using hooks affords much cleaner code and no need to duplicate files.
The WooCommerce plugin is great at taking advantage of WordPress hooks. In this video I’ll show you how you can remove elements or reposition them in the single product page with a few lines of code.
Let’s get started!