This “how-to” is a follow up to the How to Hide Zero and Free Orders post. This is a developer focused “how-to,” where we will dig into some WooCommerce code.
In this “how-to” I’ll show you how to hide free orders or orders with a zero total in WooCommerce.
Webhooks is a term used for sending data to a URL when an event happens. An example is when someone subscribes to an email marketing list, the service that manages the list can send data like the subscriber’s name and email to another system like a Customer Relationship Manager. WooCommerce Webhooks were added to the WooCommerce 2.2 codebase in July of 2014.
In April I gave a workshop at WooConf titled RESTful WooCommerce.
By default, WooCommerce 2.2.8 ships with five payment gateways:
- BACS (Bank Transfer/Wire)
- Pay by Check (or Cheque)
- Cash on Delivery
- Simplify Commerce
If you want to have only one payment gateway available on the Checkout page, the unused payment gateways can be disabled in the admin settings.