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- June 17, 2020 at 10:56 am #27917
I edited the basic search of WordPress (woocommerce), and it works just fine for doing what I want, but as I love and use your search in other sites I bought a license for this site too.
Now, The edit I did to the basic search are several PHP conditional on custom and normal filed of products
This is one example: (there are several and more deep stuff)
Stock 0 show: Out of Stock (instead of the price)
But a product with the stock at NULL show the price (as are “infinite”)
I try to use your Conditional bracket but it looks quite limited I can’t check a number or a null and do a deeper if concatenation.
Can I eventually put my rule by code and where?
I had another small issue as I used the _price_html but instead show
25.00$22.00$ just show the sale price.
Thanks for your time guys, I hope to use this plugin on this site too as I Love it, I just have to figure out how to inject this particular rulesJune 17, 2020 at 12:39 pm #27925
Thank you for your kind words!
Unfortunately the bracket syntax there is not capable of conditional if-else type of rules. The only way to do that is programatically via custom coding. This and this knowledge base should help you out with the basics.Best,
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