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How to Update my theme search template if products link are incorrect

When doing a WordPress WooCommerce MultiSite Search, the results are returned often within WooCommerce template called archive-product.php This is managed automatically through the internal code to return appropriate product link, depending on the shop in the network where is being located. Some of WordPress Themes use own search template which is mostly found within search.php file available within the theme directory. So the default WordPress editor or a specialized tool can be used to edit that file as follow:...

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WooCommerce Multisite Global Search

The WooCommerce Multisite Global Search implements a missing key functionality within WordPress MultiSite environment, when using WooCommerce. A good Search engine is a must have feature for every network of shops, product exposure is a crucial aspect, imagine that a customer who can't find relevant title translate to a missing purchase. The implementation is very flexible and does not require a specific maintenance. It will integrate with any theme search layout or customized. Any WordPress theme which include support for WooCommerce,...

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Choose from Checkout Type options – Single Checkout / Each Store

By default, the WooCommerce checkout is designed to be as smooth as possible for your customers, this create a great benefit for shop owners as it increase the conversions.  WooGlobalCart use the existing appearance and workflow to add it's code for checkout processing, so the user experience will not receive any negative impact whatsoever. The WordPress WooCommerce Global Cart include the global shopping cart functionality which allows a customer to add products from different shops...

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WooCommerce Global Cart now compatible with “WooCommerce Advanced Shipping” plugin

The plugin is now compatible with popular "WooCommerce Advanced Shipping" hosted on codecanyon.net. With over 9k sales up to the date and a very affordable price, this plugin is the top option when need advanced set-up for shipping. Some of plugin features: Create multiple shipping methods Shipping based on your conditions No coding required Easy to use Conditional logic Shipping per country / state / city / zip Volume based pricing Table rate shipping Unlimited shipping methods ...

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Maintain the same WooCommerce categories on all shops in the network

Under WordPress MultiSite environment, WooCommerce can run on any sites. In a sense, that means the WooCommerce is apparently MultiSite capable and compatible. In practice, there's no real MultiSite capability as no data is interconnected from a shop to another, every instance is self running, with no possibility to interact with the other sites in the network. WordPress WooGlobalCart brings in a new level of data operability, mainly consisting on a single cart which can be used across all shops....

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Fix the notice “COOKIE_DOMAIN constant already defined. The SSO and cart cross-domain features possible not fully functional.”

In WordPress the COOKIE_DOMAIN constant is used to specify the CMS cookie for unusual domain setups. The plugin use this constant to handle SSO and some of the cross-domain features. If the constant is already defined, this must be removed or commented out. Most of the time it can be found in wp-config.php file and looks like this: The notice appear on SuperAdmin dashboard on top of page: In majority of cases the constant is defined by "WordPress MU...

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