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| Displaying Downloadable Files from WooCommerce Products|
I would like to display the downloadable files that are associated with a WooCommerce product using Layouts (I've created a custom layout for the product). I've found the _downloadable_files custom field, which displays the file names, but adding an Add to Cart button creates nothing (no add to cart button, no download button). Please advise.
There isn't such a built-in feature within Toolset plugins, I have tested it in my localhost:
Woocommerce plugin is using a custom field "_downloadable_files" to store the downloadable file information, the field value is in serialized array format, so it needs custom codes to convert it to shortcodes to links, see details here:
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| Access additional WooCommerce fields with WPV short codes (i.e. sku)|
helps you to display Product Meta data:
function that by default outputs the following:
Product SKU Categories Tags
Now, to output this in a more controlled way, you can use the "Post Fields" section in the GUI when you insert the Fields, but also have a look at the inbuilt ShortCodes here:
Most of the data can already be called with those ShortCodes.
SKU is a hidden field, not a regular WordPress Field.
So you need to first make it visible in Toolset by adding it in Toolset > Settings > Front-End Content > Hidden custom fields
Then it'll appear in the GUI under "Post Fields".
We have a new DOC that might hep you determine what you can and cannot use with Toolset and how to register the fields:
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