woocommerce you may also like

You may also like… OR Related products

I don’t understand how is working: related products are automatically added on the bottom of the page. But if you want to suggest really related products you can add them as “Linked Products” => “Up-Sells”
For example for product Pheromone pour Homme http://goo.gl/GlNsFc we want to suggest also Pheromone pour Femme http://goo.gl/zD6ZGx
and it works
The problem is that is still displayed also a second line of “Related products” taken from the same category
I would like to see
“Related products” if nothing is specified in “Linked Products” => “Up-Sells”
OR
“You may also like…” if something is specified in “Linked Products” => “Up-Sells”
one of the two, not both lines
is that possible?
Thank you Mauro

PS.
I am using a function taken from your support to display 5 products
———————
function avia_chance_wc_related_columns() <
global $avia_config;
$avia_config[‘shop_single_column’] = 5; // columns for related products and upsells
$avia_config[‘shop_single_column_items’] = 5; // number of items for related products and upsells
>
add_action(‘wp_head’, ‘avia_chance_wc_related_columns’, 10);
———————-
but the second line of products is displayed with or without this function

Upsell (You May Also Like) as a Widget or Formatted Like Recently Viewed Product

Hi – I would like to have the “You May Also Like” to display in the same position and in the same format as Recently Viewed Products when in the product detail page. Is there a semi-simple way of accomplishing this?

They have the same format. Can you give us a screenshot?

Here is a shrunken screen-shot of how it currently looks with Recently Viewed under the photos and the You May Also Like down at the bottom of the page.

No, unfortunately there’s no easy way to use the “You May Also Like” component in the sidebar because WooCommerce does not offer a related products widget yet. However you can try the “WooCommerce Featured Products” widget instead. If you want to remove the related products because you don’t like the styling/layout open up wp-contentthemesenfoldconfig-woocommerceconfig.php and remove following line:

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How to Change the ‘You may also like’ WooCommerce Up-Sells Text

This post was last updated on November 4th, 2017!

Using WooCommerce’s Up-Sells feature is a good and profitable idea because you can recommend other products instead of the currently viewed one. It’s similar to using Related Posts at the bottom of your blog post.

In this way, you can bring to your customer’s attention to other products that are more profitable, have a better quality, or are more expensive; it’s up to you.

The bad news is that this feature comes with the default text “You may also like…”, which will be positioned above the recommended products.

Some of you may be bothered by this, as we were, because that text might not be such a good fit for your products or services. Therefore, you’ll want to change it, and I’ll tell you how!

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How to change the WooCommerce Up-Sells text

I’ll point out five different ways to do this. If you know other techniques, please share it with us by dropping a comment.

Method 1 – Changing the text in the up-sells.php file

1. Ok, what you need to do is to log into your hosting’s control panel (cPanel in this case) and find File Manager:

2. Now, under public_html, go to /wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/single-product/up-sells.php :

3. Right-click on the upsells.php file and choose Edit or Code Edit to find the line quick.

4. After that, scroll down to line 39 (it may be a different line for you) and change the “You may also like” text to whatever you want.

5. Click Save Changes and you’re done!

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Method 2 – Changing the text in the woocommerce.pot file

That file might seems strange because of that .pot extension, but don’t worry, the editing process is the same.

1. Just like above, log into cPanel, go to File Manager, and under public_html go to /wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/languages/woocommerce.pot

2. Now right-click it and select Edit or Code Edit. Since this is a large file, it will be easier to just press Ctrl+F (Command + F on Mac) on your keyboard, then enter “you may also like” in the search box, and click find.

3. Change the text to whatever you like and click Save Changes.

Method 3 – Copying and editing the up-sells.php file in your child theme

Create these folders in your child theme: /woocommerce/templates/single-product/ and add / paste the up-sells.php in the last folder, which is /single-product/ . Then make the changes there.

So, eventually, the file should be found and edited here: /public_html/wp-content/themes/YourThemeName-child/woocommerce/templates/single-product/up-sells.php .

Note that this might not work on all themes!

Method 4 – Performing a function override in your child theme

Perform a function override and add it in your child theme’s functions.php , but the same function probably won’t work for everyone, and even if it does, at some point it may stop working due to changes in the future WooCommerce updates, so you’ll have to make changes to your function as well.

Therefore, if you’re not a developer, you’ll need to constantly seek help.

Christina recommended, in the comment section, to use the code found here:

This was recommended in 2013, and I don’t know for how many people it will still work now. One user said:

This was a great help to me last year and I changed a couple of strings really easily for me and my site. But yesterday I updated the site to WordPress 4.0 & WooCommerce 2.2.4 and now the strings are not working – the labels I previously had changed are back to normal!

Which proves what I said above – a function override might stop working at some point due to some string changes in the plugin’s future updates.

You could still try the code, if you wish, to see if it works, but make sure you back up your child theme’s functions.php file or perform a full website backup.

I couldn’t find a recent code, so if you wish to use this method, it would be best to ask your theme developers or seek help on the WooCommerce forum. If you are a Woo customer, then, of course, you can benefit from their premium support.

Method 5 – Using a translation plugin

You could also use a plugin, like Loco Translate, as Vladislav pointed out in the comment section.

But I really don’t recommend using a plugin (the fewer plugins, the better) just for changing 4 words, unless your site is already in another language, and adding a translation plugin would be of help anyway.

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That’s a wrap

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