• Custom Functions

    Add Shipping Notice on Checkout Page : Woocommerce

    Add text above Order Notes in the Shipping column of the checkout page. Below is the example to add it on your functions.php or to your plugin snippet. add_action( 'woocommerce_after_order_notes', 'sectionplus_notice_shipping' ); function sectionplus_notice_shipping() { echo ‘ Please allow 3-5 business days for delivery after order processing. ‘; }

  • Anything About Wordpress,  Debugging & Installations

    How to remove wordpress footer credit?

    /* Enter your custom functions here */ add_action( 'init', 'custom_remove_footer_credit', 10); function custom_remove_footer_credit (){ remove_action('storefront_footer', 'storefront_credit', 20); add_action('storefront_footer', 'custom_storefront_credit', 20); } function custom_storefront_credit(){ ?> © Sample Footer  <? echo get_the_date(‘Y’);?> <?php }

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    How to add woocommerce delivery estimates using a plugin!

    On first tutorial, I shared about how to add delivery estimates using a code. Here I am sharing you some plugins that might help you too. Here is the another plugin. Just click on the picture. I apologize if my page is not that organized or if I don’t explained it well. Mostly I use this site as my reference at work everytime I solved some issues on my wordpress sites. Most of the Post here are direct to the point as what the titles says. Thanks

  • Anything About Wordpress

    How to Add WooCommerce Delivery Estimates

    Creating WooCommerce Delivery Estimates The first thing we’ll need is the shipping method’s ID so we can identify it in our code and add the appropriate estimate to its label. You can get this under WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping in the “Shipping Methods” table. Shipping method IDs We’ll do a switch on the method’s ID so we can change the estimate for each rate; you can add an estimate for any or all rates in your shop, and these rates can be different for each method. Setting a default is optional here. If you don’t want to show the estimate by default for all rates, you can leave this out. Here’s…

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    Adjust your wordpress website speed

    WP Memory Limit What Is The WP Memory Limit? The WP Memory Limit is the maximum amount of memory (RAM) that your site can use at one time. When you reach your Memory Limit, you’ll encounter a fatal error. Several things consume memory, such as WordPress itself, the theme you’re using, and the plugins installed on your site. Basically, the more content and features you add to your site, the higher your memory limit has to be. Why Do I Need To Increase My WP Memory Limit? There are a number of factors that may affect how much memory your website will need such as content, themes, plugins, etc. The…

  • Debugging & Installations

    Check your website/page speed using this tools!

    Ever wonder why our website or your page is loading slow? Or you want to fix slow website but you dont know where to start? I will show you some websites I used to test the website speed and this tools will definitely show you what to fix and where to find it. https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url= Replace this with you domain name. https://gtmetrix.com/ https://tools.pingdom.com/ https://web.dev/measure Here is the bonus site. It will help you to get more Idea and tips how to make your website loads more faster. : https://web.dev/fast

  • Debugging & Installations

    How to tweak to speed up your hosting server?

    Are you experiencing slow site loading and slowness? You can tweak the server speed by enabling some settings on server like MySQL query cache. We know, caching is used to improve our website performance. For MySQL, there is a general query cache which can help tremendously. The MySQL is one of the important feature in MySQL and an inevitable part of query optimization. After the caching, results will be set in a memory cache like memcached or cassandra. You can enable MySQL Query cache by editing my.cnf file or by directly going to your mysql configuration tab/panel. Add this script and adjust it according to your requirements. Restart the MySQL…