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WooCommerce Product Images

Customize the visibility of product images, thumbnails and WooCommerce sale flashes on product listings

Description

WooCommerce Product Images module allows you to change the settings of product images on product pages throughout your site. Show or hide full images, thumbnails, and more on products and categories throughout your WooCommerce store. Set custom sale flash text across categories and customize the text shown, such as “Sale!”, “Special!”, “50% off!”, or whatever you wish!

Product Image and Thumbnails

You can hide images or thumbnails on single and/or archives (i.e. category) pages. Replace images with custom html.

WooCommerce Product Images - Admin Settings - Product Image and Thumbnails

Product Images Sale Flash

You can change sale flash html, hide it on single and/or archives (i.e. category) pages.

WooCommerce Product Images - Admin Settings - Product Images Sale Flash

You can use shortcodes in sale html. For example you can display numeric discount value:

<span class="onsale">-[wcj_product_you_save]</span>
Accessible through:
  • WooCommerce > Settings > Booster > Products > Product Images
Tested on WooCommerce 2.6.14 and WordPress 4.7.3
Plugin can be downloaded here. If there are any locked fields in the module, you will need to get Booster Plus to unlock them.

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  1. Paul December 30, 2015 at 10:54 pm #

    I just purchased your plug-in and it looks like it can do a lot of what I want. The problem is, the documentation is really poor.

    For example – Product Images Sale Flash. How do you use it? What is it’s functionality?

    Also, Replacing images or thumbnails with custom HTML. What does that do? How do you use it?

    Additionally, with the custom Price Label, how do I only apply it to sale items? It’s embarrassing to have an item that shows “Sale 0% Off!” in the price area. That should be a core function if it isn’t already.

    Overall I think this has a lot of power – but you really need to document it a LOT.

    -Paul

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  2. Dan November 23, 2016 at 11:32 am #

    Can you set a default thumbnail and picture fro a product through your plugin for WooCommerce?

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