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Change billing fullname with a custom field in Woocommerce emails

I using Checkout Field Editor for WooCommerce to make 25 custom field. I have problem billing_fullname not show in customer details but show in billing address. So i have thinking about a solution that i create another Name custom field.

I will hide my Name custom field using css in the frontend but i wondering how can i copy value in the billing_fullname into my custom field billing_name in the backend

Beside how can i hide billing details in Emails

I try remove some code in admin-new-order.php But when remove customer details remove too

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Woocommerce Billing Form not saving User Name or Phone Number?

I have a custom checkout that we’ve built as part of the theme for a site we are building.

When the user presses update to update the shipping or billing address, it wont save the user’s first and last name or their phone number.

I wondered if anyone might be able to help as i am a little stumped here:

<div class="woocommerce-billing-fields">     <?php if ( wc_ship_to_billing_address_only() && WC()->cart->needs_shipping() ) : ?>          <h3><?php esc_html_e( 'Billing &amp; Shipping', 'woocommerce' ); ?></h3>      <?php else : ?>          <h3><?php esc_html_e( 'Billing Address', 'woocommerce' ); ?></h3>      <?php endif; ?>      <?php do_action( 'woocommerce_before_checkout_billing_form', $  checkout ); ?>      <?php $  customer = WC()->customer;?>         <p class="billing-details <?php if(!is_user_logged_in()) {echo 'hide';}?>">             <?php echo             $  customer->get_billing_first_name() . ' ' . $  customer->get_billing_last_name() . ', ';             if(!empty($  customer->get_billing_company())) { echo $  customer->get_billing_company() . ', ';}             echo $  customer->get_billing_address_1() . ', ';             if(!empty($  customer->get_billing_address_2())) { echo $  customer->get_billing_address_2() . ', ';}             echo $  customer->get_billing_city() . ', ' .             $  customer->get_billing_state() . ', ' .             $  customer->get_billing_postcode()             ;?>         </p>         <p class="change-billing-details <?php if(!is_user_logged_in()) {echo 'hide';}?>">Change</p>       <div class="woocommerce-billing-fields__field-wrapper <?php if(!is_user_logged_in()) {echo 'show';}?>">         <?php         $  fields = $  checkout->get_checkout_fields( 'billing' );          foreach ( $  fields as $  key => $  field ) {             woocommerce_form_field( $  key, $  field, $  checkout->get_value( $  key ) );          }         ?>         <p class="update-billing-details updating">Update Billing Details</p>     </div>      <?php do_action( 'woocommerce_after_checkout_billing_form', $  checkout ); ?> </div>  <?php if ( ! is_user_logged_in() && $  checkout->is_registration_enabled() ) : ?>     <div class="woocommerce-account-fields">         <?php if ( ! $  checkout->is_registration_required() ) : ?>              <p class="form-row form-row-wide create-account">                 <label class="woocommerce-form__label woocommerce-form__label-for-checkbox checkbox">                     <input class="woocommerce-form__input woocommerce-form__input-checkbox input-checkbox" id="createaccount" <?php checked( ( true === $  checkout->get_value( 'createaccount' ) || ( true === apply_filters( 'woocommerce_create_account_default_checked', false ) ) ), true ); ?> type="checkbox" name="createaccount" value="1" /> <span><?php esc_html_e( 'Create an account?', 'woocommerce' ); ?></span>                 </label>             </p>          <?php endif; ?>          <?php do_action( 'woocommerce_before_checkout_registration_form', $  checkout ); ?>          <?php if ( $  checkout->get_checkout_fields( 'account' ) ) : ?>              <div class="create-account">                 <?php foreach ( $  checkout->get_checkout_fields( 'account' ) as $  key => $  field ) : ?>                     <?php woocommerce_form_field( $  key, $  field, $  checkout->get_value( $  key ) ); ?>                 <?php endforeach; ?>                 <div class="clear"></div>             </div>          <?php endif; ?>          <?php do_action( 'woocommerce_after_checkout_registration_form', $  checkout ); ?>     </div> <?php endif; ?> 

Registration form – Delivery or Billing Address first?

This is a UI question for all you e-commerce design experts out there.
Is there a generally accepted standard for which address to capture first from new registrations on a typical online shopping site. Should you fist ask the new customer for:
1. their billing address. or
2. their delivery address?

In my humble view we should first ask for their delivery address. My reasoning is this: since they are probably in the middle of checking out, and we don't want to slow down this process any…

Registration form – Delivery or Billing Address first?

Invoice Billing App

Why are you selling this site?
Need urgent funds

Login Credentials:
username: username
password: test

Website Features:
1) New order creation with printing
2) Item Manager
3) Draft Order
4) Detailed Transactions
5) Sub User Management
6) Customer Database
7) Sales Report View attachment 249090

Schema design for store billing with multiple payment providers

What I’m doing

I’m writing a Telegram bot using TelegrafJS + MongoDB, this bot allow the user to subscribe to a private channel using three types of billing:

  • PayPal
  • Stripe
  • Manual (when the user doesn’t have any credit card, I generate manually an access code for the private channel, when the user insert the access code, a subscription is created).

The main problem here is the customer reference, infact when I generate a subscription using PayPal or Stripe the customer_id is different ’cause they are different payment providers, so I have the following situation:

P. Provider | Customer Id | Subscription Id    PayPal        1ac            a    Stripe        2ac            b 

actually a I created the following model for store the customer and the subscriptions:

Customer Model

let CustomerSchema = new Schema({     telegram_id: Number,     email: {         type: String     },     hasTrial: {         type: Boolean,         default: true     },     subscriptions: [SubscriptionSchema],     created_at: {         type: Date,         default: Date.now,         required: true     } }); 

as you can see there is the field telegram_id, this is valorized using the telegram.chat.id of the user, and allow me to manage the user in the private channel (resource that the user pays to access).

There is also the hasTrial field, which allow me to create a manual subscription just one time, this subscription isn’t linked to any payment providers but is stored in the same way of others subscriptions:

Subscription Model

let SubscriptionSchema = new Schema({     _id: String,     period_start: {         type: Date,         required: true     },     period_end: {         type: Date,         required: true     },     status: {         type: String,         required: true     },     plan_id: {         type: String,         required: true     } }); 

the main question is: how can I keep track of subscription a and b which are part of different payment providers (so different customer_id)?

What I thought

I thought to create two additional fields in the Customer Model as:

stripe_id: String paypal_id: String 

but I honestly don’t like this solution. I need to store someway the the customer id of both payment providers ’cause the subscription status is changed via the webhooks, eg:

  1. Stripe send subscription.cancelled hook to b subscription which is linked to 2ac customer
  2. My application set the subscription status as canceled and also kick out from the channel the user which have as telegram_id: 5

with the current database design I can’t know which user the subscription is linked to..

Could you suggest me something?

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VAT Customer shipping goods to different country with billing address VAT magneto 2.2.3

Not sure how to get this working, if anyone has any idea will be appreciated for the time.

My aim is to create a module to check if the customer passing two different countries in billing and shipping. Example: Billing address from UK with VAT number passed and customer group = zero vat customer. When I add a new shipping address in customer account section or checkout I can pass new country and address still count as a zero vat customer. Is there any way I could stop this? if there is please advice

How to improve billing address pattern?

I’m trying to find the best pattern to use in a sales service flow where some employers will be using an app to sale products in local stores. They will keep in touch with many clients so they need to spend little time on feedback (it’s an important issue here).

My problem came up trying to accomplish the best use in the below flow:

Client address is required, but the billing address may be different from the first option.

I’ve worked two alternatives, but I still have doubts about the best pattern:

two ways in which I might do this

Option 1 (with checkbox): unselected by default, when it was selected, appear the billing address with “X” to go back.

Option 2: I’ve defined a condition with radio buttons. It’s much simpler than first but looks better!?

I’m a native Spanish speaker so the labels may need to be improved as well.

How to improve billing address pattern?

I’m trying to find the best pattern to use in a sales service flow where some employers will be using an app to sale products in local stores. They will keep in touch with many clients so they need to spend little time on feedback (it’s an important issue here).

My problem came up trying to accomplish the best use in the below flow:

Client address is required, but the billing address may be different from the first option.

I’ve worked two alternatives, but I still have doubts about the best pattern:

two ways in which I might do this

Option 1 (with checkbox): unselected by default, when it was selected, appear the billing address with “X” to go back.

Option 2: I’ve defined a condition with radio buttons. It’s much simpler than first but looks better!?

I’m a native Spanish speaker so the labels may need to be improved as well.