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    How can I position the text “Sold by: Vendor Store Name” on the display of product in product archive?

    i.e. how to change the place of <small class="class="wcv_sold_by_in_loop">Sold by: Vendor Store Name</small> so it is e.g. just after the name of the product and before the price …


    Good question. I need this too. 🙂

    WC Vendors Support

    First, you’d remove the product sold by action.


    Then, you’d add the action back in, changing the hook to where you want it to display by hooking it into the “woocommerce_after_shop_loop_item_title” action.


    Hi @Ben,
    I’ve been trying to do this without much luck. Could you point me in the right direction? A sample of code of how to add the action back in? In my case I want to change the position of the “Sold by” in the Single Product page.

    If you wrap it in a <span> with a class for a future release, that would be much appreciated!

    WC Vendors Support

    Search the source code for the function you just removed, and copy it. Name it something different. Then make sure your filter points to the function name you just made and you’re done. 🙂


    Thanks! Made it work.

    It would still be awesome if, whenever possible, you could wrap the HTML inserted by WC Vendors in <span> or give the <a> or <div> unique classes, as it would make it really easy to style without having to modify the functions.php or a template file.

    WC Vendors Support

    You can wrap it in any html you like when you use filters. We accommodate the most basic styles, going nuts is up to you. 🙂

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