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WooCommerce Single Variations FAQ

How to Exclude Attributes / Variations

Some shops have shirts with 2 variation attributes - one for the color and one for the size. That would for example be 20 variations if you have 2 colors and 10 sizes (10 x 2). An example here, you can see the size variation displays for each...

How to show the second variation image on hover WooCommerce

By default WooCommerce does not display single variations in the shop loop. Woo also does not allow to add additional variation images. That is why you will need two plugins Plugin to show single variations in your shop Additional Variation...

Add custom Taxonomies to Single Variations

If you want to add custom taxonomies to your product variations, you can use the "woocommerce_single_variations_taxonomies" filter. An example how to add the product brand taxonomy can be found here: /** * Add product_brand to taxonomies list...

Variations Exclude Functionality not working

With the exclusion feature in our show WooCommerce variations in shop loop plugin you can show color, but hide size variations with ease. However in order to have this worked there are some common mistakes, that occur: Make sure you clicked on...

WooCommerce Single Variation Sorting does not work

Sometimes you might see sorting or menu order issues with single variations in WooCommerce. We will explain you how this issue was solved in our single variations plugin. By default WooCommerce is sorting products by a field called "menu_order"....

Product variation doesn’t Autoselect

When you work with exclusions you may have seen, that when you click on a single product in your categories, the variation does not autoselect the correct variation. This issue is caused, because when you remove the size attribute for example,...

Single Product Variation images are missing

When using our single variations plugin for WooCommerce you may see missing images in your category or product listing pages. The main root cause of this issue is that themes often just try to list the main product image in categories. A...

Filter Support for Single Variations in WooCommerce

By default our single variations plugin for WooCommerce supports the native Woo filters by attribute. 3rd party plugins like WOOF or similar need to support the post type: product_variation. An example of Filter Everything pro plugin, that...

Init Variations after WP All Import

When you use automatic product imports via WP All import for example, you have to manually init variations every time. As this is quite annoying please add the following code into your functions.php: function after_xml_import( $import_id,...

Delete orphaned Variations in WooCommerce

Sometimes WooCommerce or importer do not delete their children variations when the main product gets deleted. This leads into orphaned Variations, so variation products without a parent variable. WooCommerce has a built in tool to delete those....

Incompatible Plugins

Single variations and "nginx helper by rtCamp” cause an issue when init variations. You can use:

Product name still shows Size Excluded Attribute

Some themes or even the crocoblock plugin use this type of code: return esc_url( $product->get_permalink() ); However this code does NOT respect wp coding standard and the post_type_link filter is not applied. We are plugin developers and...

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