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WooCommerce Advanced Product Labels

This extension allow you to set product labels at targeted groups of products, or at single products. Adding these labels can increase the Click Through Rate (CTR) to a product. The labels are good to give an extra description or promotion for a product (for example; display that a product has Free Shipping).

Installation

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  1. Download the .zip file from your WooCommerce account.
  2. Go to: WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New and Upload Plugin with the file you downloaded with Choose File.
  3. Install Now and Activate the extension.

More information at: Install and Activate Plugins/Extensions.

Setup and Configuration

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Global Labels

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Setting up Global labels can be useful if you have multiple products that you want to have a specific label on, of if the product you want to target can vary from time to time.

Go to: WooCommerce > Settings > Product Labels to start configuring global labels.

Back-end global labels overview

Backend global product labels overview

From that overview you can create a new label by clicking the ‘Add Product Label’ button. You can edit or delete existing labels by hovering over the rows and clicking the row actions that show up.

Add/Edit a global label

Global label edit screen

When adding/editing a label you will get to see a screen similar to the screenshot above. At the first options box you can set different conditions / condition groups. A product must match all the given conditions in at least one of the condition groups to display the label. In the screenshot above the is one condition in one condition group, in the screenshot below, there are two condition groups with each two conditions.

Target different product (groups) with conditions

2 condition groups each with 2 conditions

In this example hoodies that cost more that $25,- and albums over $10,- will be given the ‘free shipping’ label.

Conditions

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  • On sale
  • Product category
  • Product
  • Product type
  • Bestsellers
  • Product age
  • Price
  • Sale price
  • Stock status
  • Stock quantity
  • Shipping class
  • Tag
  • Total sales
  • Featured product

Single Labels

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Configuring single product labels is possible through the ‘Product data’ panel when editing a product. You will see that the settings are very similar to the settings at the global labels settings.

  1. Go to: WooCommerce > Products and select a product to start configuring a single label.
  2. Select the Product label tab in the left menu.
Single label settings

Settings

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Settings available in the global and single settings area are:

  • Type – Choose from 6 different label styles, or upload your own.
  • Text – Text the label should show
  • Style – Style of the label, use a preset color or use the color picker
  • Align – Alignment of the label

A specific setting for the single labels:

  • Exclude form globals – This excludes the product from any global labels that otherwise would be displayed at the product

Custom Images

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Alongside the preset label types, it is possible to upload our own labels designs.

Smart Labels

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WooCommerce Advanced Labels supports a variety of smart labels. Smart labels are basically pieces of text like ‘{price}’ that are dynamically filled in based on the product details.

{percentage} - Displays the calculated discount percentage
{discount} - Displays the (currency formatted) amount of discount given
{price} - Displays the (currency formatted) product price
{saleprice} - Displays the (currency formatted) product sale price
{delprice} - Displays the (currency formatted) product price with a strikethrough

FAQ

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What styles/colors are available?

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Have a look at this screenshot, showing all default colors;

Native available colors

It is also possible to set/select your own values for both the label and the text colors using colorpickers.

Custom color feature

Can I change the style of a label?

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It is possible to change the style/color of a label. This can be done via a bit of custom CSS. For example, if you want to change the color of the yellow label, you can add the following line of CSS:

.wapl-label .label-yellow { background-color: #f1c40f; }

Can I change the position of a label?

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Yes! You can use one of the pre-existing positions (left, center, right), or use a custom position. The custom position can be seting a top/left position in pixels, or use te drag&drop feature.

Custom position feature

Changing it with CSS is also possible to modify one of the default positions.

.wapl-flash.wapl-alignleft { left: 0px; top: 0; }

Is it compatible with WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing?

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This extension can be made compatible with the Dynamic Pricing extension to a certain level. For example, if you want to use the smart labels you’d need a extra modification to make that work together. You can use the following code and put it in your (child) themes functions.php via FTP to make the smart labels work with the Dynamic Pricing discounts.

View code snippet

Note that WooCommerce Advanced Product Labels conditions such as ‘In sale’ does not recognise the discounted products from Dynamic Pricing. You’d need a different way of targeting the to-label products in this case.

Note: If you are unfamiliar with code and resolving potential conflicts, select a WooExpert or Developer for assistance. We are unable to provide support for customizations under our  Support Policy.

Troubleshooting

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My label is not displaying.

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When using the conditions you need to make sure you don’t have conflicting conditions within one condition group. For example, a product cannot be ‘greater or equal – 50’ AND ‘Less or equal – 25’ in this case you should use a OR condition group.

Another common example is categories, when having two conditions based on category, the label will only display on products that has those two categories. Although it is possible that products have multiple categories, it might not be what you intended.

New doc: Advanced Product Labels not showing up.

Questions & Support

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