WooCommerce Hooks are undoubtedly important and placing them correctly help to extend the functionality of a store without making changes to the core code of the store’s theme. This blog post will highlight the full list of WooCommerce hooks, describe the main areas of their use and provide some examples of hook placement. In the article we’ll give the full list of WooCommerce Hooks and will describe the main areas of their use, we’ll also give the examples of areas for Hooks placing so that it’ll be easier to use them in future. At first some general facts about WooCommerce Hooks. They are designed like another WordPress Hooks and used for setting markup for all pages resulting in faster use of Actions and Filters on them. As it was mentioned above hooks enable the creation of independent plugins and extensions and don’t modify the main code of WordPress, WooCommerce and other plugins thus eliminating any negative effects on software stability and updatability. All in all, WooCommerce is marked by hooks very well and lets to expand store’s opportunities easily. Read on and learn more about the areas currently marked by the hooks. WooCommerce Global
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