Your WooCommerce checkout page is where all the money comes in, so any little tweak has the chance of increasing your revenue. Customizing your checkout can be done with custom code or with WooCommerce extensions, we will cover both of those here. Customizing WooCommerce checkout is something we are intimately familiar with. We recently built a new product called WooCommerce Smart Checkout, which required a lot of customization. We’ll share what we learned, along with lots of other tips in this article. WooCommerce allows you to move or change existing checkout fields, add new ones, completely change the design, and do anything you want. This can be done with custom code in a plugin or child theme, or with an existing WooCommerce extension. Let’s take a look at how to customize your checkout form. Table of Contents Get this guide in PDF form Enter your info below and we’ll send you the PDF right away. Manipulating Checkout Fields WooCommerce has hooks and filters that allow you to do anything you want with the fields, from changing the text to completely removing them. You can also add your own fields to any section of the form you want. The easiest way to do this
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