This is a follow up post from my original post on how to add Multiple Custom Product Tabs to Wordpress. I received a lot of questions on how to create/code the second tab and call both into the backend. I’ll reiterate that all of this code may not be the most elegant solution. Justin over at FoxRunSoftware mentioned in his post that someone was authoring a better solution. I hope they’ll drop an official extension soon.
However, until an official solution drops were left with the patch work. So here it goes!
Our company store, Horner APG, required additional tabs to be displayed on the woocommerce single product page. Below is the code we’re using to power our additional tabs. The code below will create an additional panel in your product editor. When enabled, via a checkbox, it will display the panel and it’s title on the front-end.
Find out how to modify the default WordPress image gallery that powers the WooCommerce product gallery to accept “custom links” such as those provided by YouTube. When you’re done you’ll be able to open the video links via the built-in Fancybox lightbox solution. Jump in and let’s figure it out.
I recently started working with WooCommerce for a client project. WooCommerce is an eCommerce solution for WordPress that was forked from Jigoshop. There are now many eCommerce solutions to choose from with WordPress. My personal favorites are Shopp and WooCommerce coming in a close second. It really depends on the type of project I’m working on as it should for you as well.
By default, WordPress automatically inserts paragraph tags into your content while using the post editor – this often gets in the way when you’re trying to space out your text, and could also create validation issues.
My favorite DJ, DJ Divsa, recently released his latest Mixtape on his web site. He generally gives his podcasts and mixtapes away for FREE. However, this time he’s asking for donations with all proceeds going to Butterfly Promotions:
A grassroots organization based in Toronto dedicated to building mass awareness of atrocious living conditions that exist in the lower income areas of the city.
I’ve become a big fan of Spotify ever since they launched in the U.S. a few weeks ago. Service reliability has improved and the social features are starting to become useful now that my friends are signing up. Granted, It’s a much better experience after you pony up a few bucks a month to become a premium member.
However, with that being said, there’s a lot to be desired from their dedicated Mac player. Sometimes I hate the distraction of working with the full app all the time. I wish Spotify would integrate a mini version of their player like iTunes. Hopefully we’ll see something from them eventually.