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How to Add Custom Fields To WooCommerce Checkout (No Plugin)

By James LePage
 on April 20, 2021
Last modified on January 6th, 2022

How to Add Custom Fields To WooCommerce Checkout (No Plugin)

By James LePage
 on April 20, 2021
Last modified on January 6th, 2022

Are you looking for a way to add custom fields to the WooCommerce checkout process? Without using a plugin, we are going to show you how in this article.

Let's start by first discussing what custom fields are and why they might be important. Custom fields allow store owners to collect information about their customers that is not typically collected during the buying process. This data can then be used for marketing purposes or other things like product development.

The good news is that it's quick and easy to set up your WooCommerce site with some additional custom field functionality without having to use plugins!

Use this code snippet to add custom fields to your checkout page:

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Tech Alpha
Tech Alpha
1 year ago

thank you so much for the explanation in details

Raaz shrestha
Raaz shrestha
1 year ago

Really nice article what i have been searching for but that would be great if you could attach the output of the code in the frontend.

Filippo
Filippo
10 months ago

Hello and thank you for this useful article. It is possible to add a custom field before the "notes" and immediately after the "email" field?
Thank you!

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