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  • You can edit the email templates to appear any way you like. See the documentation for help getting started:

    http://docs.woothemes.com/document/template-structure/

    Thanks for your reply.

    Can you please help me with example and screenshot to display image thumb, sku and title with hyperlink.

    I am not a developer and don’t know about coding.

    Hope you could help me out in this

    Thanks a lot 🙂

    I’m also interested in solution for display the SKU in new order emails. Did you find a way? I’m not confirm with php, so only an example or a code snippet is helpful for me.
    Anybody who can help me?

    I want to add a field or a column “Unit Price” to the admin email …
    I dont think use working with the template has anything to do with it … I think there has to be some hook or filter to do these stuffs right ??

    Ummm… what is a “hook”… I guess I will dive in and figure it out… but people seem to assume I know what “hook” means… and I don’t.

    Thank you.

    Hello, I have a problem on Woocommerce Checkout process, using Bank Transfer option. The button submit payment doesnt display. Please your help. Regards,
    Luis

    @laura, that sounds frustrating. I just sort of picked this stuff up, and I think I’ve wrapped my head around “hooks”.

    From what I understand, a “hook” is a way of attaching a code function into a given framework (in this case, the WooCommerce framework), without needing to edit their code base.

    It’s like saying, “Hey WooCommerce, I want you to do this extra thing for me, but I don’t want you to change anything about yourself.”

    In general, this is a good practice because as WooCommerce grows and updates, they won’t overwrite your changes, and if something breaks, it’s a bit easier to debug.

    Before you get into writing any code, read the template structure article that IgniteWoo posted above. As I was trying to figure out how to make WooCommerce do what I wanted it to, I used these documents:
    Learn how to add custom form fields to checkout – http://docs.woothemes.com/document/tutorial-customising-checkout-fields-using-actions-and-filters/

    Reference of all the hooks and filters you can glom onto –
    http://docs.woothemes.com/document/hooks/

    I know this is a lot of information to throw at you, but hopefully this can get you going in the right direction.

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