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  1. Hi Everyone, I was googling about PHP based ecommerce platform hosting reviews, Where I found interesting hosting provider who offer reliable hosting but I am not sure which one should I go! I saw a discussion in Facebook groups about cloudways who offer managed ecommerce website hosts. But wanted to know about their services is anyone experience cloudways?
  2. This is a simple WooCommerce Request a Quote plugin that allows you to create a page, drop in a shortcode and allow users to Request a Quote on your store's products. The user can quickly enter in their contact information, search for the products they'd like to add and then submit the Quote Request. When the user submits the form it sends the site admin an email with all of the details so that they can reply back with a formal quote. It's a very simplified plugin that can generate more leads for your business. Install the plugin, activate it then create the page within WordPress that you would like to use for the Request a Quote page. Here is the shortcode to add to the page that will generate the Request a Quote form and functionality. [woosearch_quote] The current functionality allows the user to do the following: Add Name Add Email Add Phone Number Search for products from the store Click to add the product to the quote Clicking add again increases the quantity Clicking the "x" removes the product If the quantity is greater than 1, clicking the "x" will decrease the quantity of that product by 1 Download on WordPress.org!
  3. Leave any feature requests here and we will review for future releases of Request a Quote for WooCommerce. Currently we have the following in the roadmap: Ability to add products from the cart to the request a quote page in a single click Download Here
  4. Quick and easy example of how to disable payment gateways based on the Country in WooCommerce. Currently there isn't an easy way to do this through the WooCommerce settings so you'll need to open up your code editor. Navigate to your theme folder at /wp-content/themes/themename . Hopefully you're using a child theme so jump into that theme's folder and look for your functions.php file. Scroll down to the bottom and drop in this snippet. If you're using WooCommerce 3.0 or newer: function payment_gateway_disable_country( $available_gateways ) { global $woocommerce; if ( is_admin() ) return; if ( isset( $available_gateways['stripe'] ) && $woocommerce->customer->get_billing_country() <> 'US' ) { unset( $available_gateways['stripe'] ); } return $available_gateways; } add_filter( 'woocommerce_available_payment_gateways', 'payment_gateway_disable_country' ); If you're using WooCommerce 2.6 or older: function payment_gateway_disable_country( $available_gateways ) { global $woocommerce; if ( isset( $available_gateways['stripe'] ) && $woocommerce->customer->get_country() <> 'US' ) { unset( $available_gateways['stripe'] ); } return $available_gateways; } add_filter( 'woocommerce_available_payment_gateways', 'payment_gateway_disable_country' ); In this example I'm disabling my Stripe credit card payment gateway if the country is not equal to the United States (US). In doing this anyone outside of the United States (US) when checking out and entering their billing/shipping address will have to pay with my other payment gateway of PayPal. You can enter any of your gateways here to disable by going into your WordPress admin area -> WooCommerce -> Settings -> Checkout and viewing the gatewayID. You can look up the country code here. Once you're ready save your functions.php file and you're all set. View the Prodjex Web Development blog post on how to disable payment gateways based on the Country in WooCommerce.
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