A Swiss Knife for WooCommerce
Yes, WCPGSK allows you to translate all labels and placeholders
Please save the WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife Settings page (WooCommerce -> WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife) at least once. (Starting with version 1.6.2 it's not necessary anymore to save the WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife settings after installation and first activation.)
With WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife you can support:
WooCommerce Rich Guys Swiss Knife offers additonal fields: file upload, color picker, product terms
With WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife you have 11 diferent custom field types available or directly or via the configuration of the main types.
Not in any way. You can add as many options as you like. You can also add as many custom fields as you like.
Checkboxes, radio buttons and selects are in fact all selections and you can define the presentation of a select field as dropdown or multiple selection box, as checkboxes or radio buttons. You only have to keep in mind the logic. Radio Buttons and dropdown selects are for single and exclusive selections, whereas a multiple choice selection box and checkboxes allow multiple selections. You can configure this in the settings of your select custom field.
Yes, you can. WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife does not alter in any way your WooCommerce installation. It uses hooks and filters to interact with WooCommerce.
If you uninstall the plugin after deactivation, you will lose all your customizations but WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife will not delete any data captured via customized checkout forms, only the configuration.
Yes, you can configure your added checkout form fields to show up in the administration within the order. The data is displayed on order receipts and emails as well.
If you add item customization forms using WooCommerce Rich Guys Swiss Knife your data will show up in your order inside the administration as well.
You have to reconfigure what was formerly "Show in order". From version 1.5.0 onwards you have to hide the data. This is easier as the user and you expects his data to be visible by default.
Yes, you can change the required status, label and placeholders or even remove the built-in WooCommerce fields, but please test your changes. Especially the email, country and postcode fields can be vital for the correct functioning of your WooCommerce instance.
Yes, WooCommerce Checkout Manager is reported to be incompatible. If you run this plugin, you should not activate WooCommerce Poor Guys Swiss Knife. Up to now, no other incompatibilities have been reported.
Not at all. Labels, fields, everything you configure are available for translation via WPML or by your own means. If you use WPML please register your newly configured strings by activating "auto-register strings" under String Translation settings in WPML. Once registered you should deactivate this option as it consumes a lot of resources.
Plugins like Jetpack preconfigure the main query in the context of "infinite scroll" function for example. That's not a bug, your template should display your products using "infinite scroll".
Requires: WordPress 3.1 and WooCommerce 2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-22
16 of 20 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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