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Category: Multivendor

How to change vendor setup wizard text in Dokan Multivendor

For a new user, onboard instruction is really important. In that sense, Dokan Multivendor Plugin has onboard system for the vendor so that they can setup their store easily after registering as a vendor. Now, the setup wizard has some welcome text and it is not possible to change those default text. Do you want to know how you can change them?

Show vendor name on the single product page – Dokan Multivendor Plugin

Are you a Dokan Multivendor plugin user? If yes, then this tips can help you a lot. In another post of mine, I have described that how you can show vendor store name on product thumbnail. After publishing the post I got many requests to write another post at a similar point but this time the vendor name needs to show on the single product page.

Creating separate registration form for the vendor in Dokan Multivendor plugin

A registration form is the most important part of a website. Now when it is about a Multivendor marketplace that time you may need to register two type of users like as customer and vendor. Most of the Multivendor plugin for WordPress is using WooCommerce my-account page to register vendor and customer.

Dokan Multivendor Plugin by weDevs is best plugin to create your marketplace!

Nowadays, an e-commerce website is one of the best ways to earn money. If you are running a business to sell a product or any kind of service then a website is a must for you to get more customer. It would be better if you can have your own e-commerce website from where you can sell your product directly to the customer through the internet.

Adding "Sold Out" tag on the product thumbnail

Many WooCommerce users need this minor feature in their site. Few theme has this feature by default. Today I will show you how to add “Sold Out” tag on the product thumbnail when that product is not available in stock.

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How to add “SOLD OUT” tag :

You can add this tag by using this action “woocommerce_before_shop_loop_item_title”. I will suggest you to use a child theme to implement this minor feature on your site. I have provided the code snippet below. Just copy those lines and paste them into your wp-content/themes/child-theme/funtion.php file.

add_action( 'woocommerce_before_shop_loop_item_title', function() {
global $product;

if ( !$product->is_in_stock()) ) {
echo ‘Sold Out‘;
}