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I am trying to edit my WordPress WooCommerce checkout page to remove the space above the PayPal checkout buttons but I don’t know where I should start off. I feel like this can be easily done just by editing code but I’m not really familiar with HTML and CSS. My website
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I’m using a custom function to change the style of the product price.
“Right now payment is with summary and shipping method is on separated
I need to be able to send an email to the user when he is in the checkout, basically when is about to make the purchase.
I have the code that should work, but for some reason it doesnt. I want to add a new custom field called “City” under Woocommerce checkout, using this code:
For some reason, all the fields in Billing Address are marked as optional – customers are leaving the billing address fields blank and then their payments are being rejected (by Square, who is our payment processor).
I’m trying to re-order 2 custom checkout fields added with the help of
woocommerce_checkout_init filter, just that when I apply
woocommerce_checkout_fields filter to re-order fields, it doesn’t recognize them and they are
I think it’s because the filter
woocommerce_checkout_init goes after