Hide Order Comments

Why? In any standard checkout, the WooCommerce Additional Fields will be shown and inside of that are the Order Comment fields. How? If you wish to continue to use and relocate the Additional Fields component, but do not want to show the Order Comment fields inside (because you are adding some other custom fields instead,…

One Page Product & Checkout

Who? This solution is for anyone who has many products and wants to simplify and streamline the checkout of each one with a global sales page and checkout per product. The side benefit is that marketing automation is easily customized to track the visits and purchase of these products on their own product pages without…

Default Checkout Page

Why Multiple Checkout Pages? LaunchFlows makes it easy to turn any page or post type into a checkout page, including lessons, products or even mdia pages. This provides you with an incredible amount of flexibility for selling products wherever and whenever you want. How Many Can I Create? LaunchFlows allows you to create an unlimited…

Toggle Coupon Redemption Field

What? In some sales situations you should show the coupon redemption box in plain view, so that buyers know they need to enter a required code. This is true, for example, with AppSumo type deal sites, such as our example here. How? It’s as easy as using our LaunchFlows WooCommerce Coupon Component and adding the…

Show A Loyalty Notice

Description Displays a loyalty notice to any buyer who has made five (5) purchases. ShortCode Use Case Place the shortcode on a thank you page, my-account area page, or anywhere that you’d like to display gratitude to any buyer who has completed five (5) purchases. The style and message may be customized using .css and…

Sticky Checkout Components

A “sticky” checkout component is an effective way to show a menu of available products to purchase or the order review, because it will always remain visible on the page, even if the rest of the content scrolls down. Create Two Columns While you can do it with one column, this would lead to some…

Hide Any Component

What Is This? Sometimes you may wish to hide one or more of the standard checkout or product components from being visible on the front end. A popular example of this is to hide the “Order Notes” (Additional) checkout fields. Since LaunchFlows displays all standard components unless you relocate or hide them, use this method…

Relocate The Place Order Button

Why Do This? There are times when you would like to relocate (and replace) the default WooCommerce “Place Order” button to relocate it to a different place in your custom checkout layout. With Elementor Go into the LaunchFlows Payment widget and enable the “Hide Default Place Order Button” switch. Next, add a new LaunchFlows Place…