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Tag Archives: WordPress tutorial
Setting a shipping rate that correctly displays in both the shopping cart AND the sidebar Widget!
WP e-Commerce Admin > Settings > Shipping:
- In the General Settings section, set Use Shipping to Yes and type ZIP code in the Base Zipcode/Postcode box.
- Then tick the check-box next to Flat Rate in the Shipping Modules section.
- Next, click the invisible “edit” link that’s located to the right of Flat Rate and make sure both of the Base Local boxes are empty.
WP e-Commerce Admin > Settings > Products:
- In the Edit Product column, in the Shipping Details section, type the shipping price in the Flat Rate Settings/Local Shipping Fee box.
Remove the word “Protected:” from title text of password-protected pages.
The following filter function code is placed in the functions.php file, this way it doesn’t accidentally get replaced when WordPress is upgraded.
$pattern = ‘/Protected:/’;
$pattern = ‘/Private:/’;
$replacement = ”; // Enter some text to put in place of Protected:
$replacement = ”; // Enter some text to put in place of Private:
return preg_replace($pattern, $replacement, $title);
NOTE: I had to remove the *<?php* and *?>* tags from the above code and place the function code inside my existing *<?php* and *?>* tags that were already in my functions.php file. Otherwise, it messed up my Multi-level Navigation Plugin for WordPress (which I’m a big fan of).
WordPress version: 2.8.1 RC1