plugins – How To Use do_shortcode with WooCommerce One Page Checkout


I’m trying to use the WordPress do_shortcode function for the WooCommerce One Page Checkout Plugin which uses shortcode like this: [woocommerce_one_page_checkout template="product-table" product_ids="product, ids, here"]. I can ONLY use this shortcode IF it’s in the content editor and it won’t allow me to add this to a page template using the do_shortcode function.

Their documentation here says:

If you wish to display the One Page Checkout Shortcode using
WordPress’ do_shortcode() function instead of including the shortcode
in a post or page’s content, you will also need to attach custom code
to the ‘is_wcopc_checkout’ filter and make sure a boolean true value
is returned.

So I tried adding the following to the functions.php file:

add_filter( 'is_wcopc_checkout', '__return_true' );

I also tried

add_filter( 'is_wcopc_checkout', function(){ return true; } );

and it didn’t work either.

I also tried:

add_filter( 'is_wcopc_checkout', 'my_one_page_checkout' );
function my_one_page_checkout(){
  return true;
add_filter( 'is_wcopc_checkout', 'true' );

That didn’t seem to do it either.

Am I adding this code to the functions.php wrong? I don’t seem to see that there is a filter named is_wcopc_checkout in the code of WooCommerce one page checkout version 1.0.2

Any help on how I can get the One Page Checkout Plugin to work using do_shortcode?

Here’s my full code in the page template for reference:

echo do_shortcode('[woocommerce_one_page_checkout template="product-table" product_ids="62, 122, 438, 52, 433, 435, 512, 514"]');

Thanks for your help.

(I tried contacting WooCommerce support and they were no help saying that this is custom code and they can’t do anything to help.)

Jason 9 months 2022-04-27T23:35:44-05:00 0 Answers 0 views 0

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