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    Marc Bovet


    I’ve added attributes to the products in woocommerce S,M,L,XL and configured WC Vendors Pro to display the attributes and variations.
    I would like to have one price for each variation.

    In the front end, they are a lot of things displayed to the vendor, it’s becomes very complicated.
    For example, right under the tab “variations”, there is a dropdown, with a hudge list of options. I would like to hide all except “Add variation”, “Create variation from all attributes, Delete all variations”.

    Then how can I hide all fields exept “Enabled”, “Regular price” and “Sale price” ?

    also any info about this post : https://www.wcvendors.com/help/topic/the-great-thread-of-language-support/page/2/#post-56070 ?

    Thank you


    Well.. no, not really.
    Much of the variations selections are in js, not php. So this makes it even more difficult to modify.
    I do know that coming up in Pro 1.4 we’ll be able to have options int he admin for removing some of the information form variations- but not quite as simplified as you are suggesting. In addition there will be actions added to the variations, so you can add in options, code or text in the variations areas.

    If you have taken a look at the variations code yourself, you can understand why I currently feel like bashing ym head on my desk trying to sort through it– it is quite extensive and confusing. The thing is- this is how WooCommerce makes the variations- so WC Vendors has had to mirror the WooCommerce monstrosity in this case.

    If I can find a way to minimize these fields at all, I will let you know.
    From what I can tell, this is going to be either unwise to tinker with or rather difficult to do.

    Marc Bovet

    Hi Anna,

    Ok, thank you for your feedback.
    I’ll use filters to hide unwanted fields.



    marie mour

    @marc-bovet if you managed to do this and happy to share please do.

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