I had some much needed and well-savored down-time over the holidays. I used (most of) that time to work on a new plugin. My previous plugin was a WooCommerce customizer that allows the user to add content to the Shop, Product, Cart and Checkout pages. It’s very versatile and saves the WordPress admin/site owner from having to know PHP and write custom code. You can find that old one here.

The fancy new one includes customizations for Emails, Tabs and a pile of other WooCommerce options. Let’s dig in.


  1. Pick the tab that (should) get you to the customization options you are interested in.
  2. In many cases, you can use the image to find the location of the hook in which you would like to enter some text.
  3. Others are simply yes/no options.
  4. Enter your text or HTML in the text editor section.
  5. Click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom.
  6. Check your work on the public facing side of the site.



The Shop, Single Product, Cart, and Checkout tabs provide some of the most common hooks provided by WooCommerce. In general, you are adding your content to these sections of WooCommerce and it will display where specified by the hook. Screenshots are provided for reference.

The Email options section allows you to add a custom message to the header area and footer area of the Processing Order email. That’s the email that gets sent to your customers when the order is first placed. You can add your content (text/html – more on that later) and style it right from the plugin. You can also specify if you want each respective message to display based on the products OR product categories in the cart. So, only show the message if product “1234” is in the cart or if product category “324” is present.

The Custom Tabs section allows you to add three additional tabs to the product pages. Within this section you can add a tab title, tab content, custom tab styes and a tab priority. The priority indicates which order (left to right) the tab will show up.

The General WooCommerce section has a load of various functions including:

The General WordPress section allows you to adjust some standard WordPress options. This section allows you to change the ellipsis text from the standard “[…]” to anything you want. You can also make this ellipsis a link which is not the default for the Standard WordPress themes. You can also adjust the length of the excerpt by simply adding the number of words you want to display on the blog page or any other archive page.

I put together a training video that explains all of the functionality: