Standalone scripts give you access to the WordPress API to do things without the burden of a theme. You can do anything you want. See how easy it is.
Debugging WordPress code can be difficult with just ‘echo’ calls – enable debug mode so that you can get complete access to variables even when they don’t produce any output.
Overriding Woocommerce templates is easy if you are changing it for your theme but requires a little more work if a plugin needs to do this.
Change the “Postcode” field name to “Eircode” and “State / County” to “County” for Irish addresses in WooCommerce.
As a response to a comment on Beka Rice’s “Add Refund Requests for WooCommerce Customers” post on sellwp.com I decided to implement the same concept with Contact Form 7.
WordPress: Add ‘Updates’ link to ‘Plugins’ menu when plugin updates available and ‘Pending’ link to ‘Comments’ menu when comments awaiting moderation. Sometimes a coding exercise is too compelling for a nerd to ignore.