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Wordpress WooCommerce Core Functions

Posted on 2014-04-29
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Last Modified: 2014-05-06
I would like to edit a WooCommerce Core Function but am not 100% How to accomplish:

WooCommerce Function:
public function get_price_html( $price = '' ) {

if ( $this->get_price() > 0 ) {
				$price .= wc_price( $display_price ) . $this->get_price_suffix();

				$price = apply_filters( 'woocommerce_price_html', $price, $this );

			}
}

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My Function:
add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'renderQuote', 10, 2);
function renderQuote()	{

	if(isset($_POST['get_quote'])) { // Handle the form.)
		$new_price = $price + 10;
		echo 'New Price'. $new_price;
	
	}
}

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What I want to do is add 10 to the price.

Please let me know if you need more information.
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Question by:rgranlund
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by:Rartemass
ID: 40031135
Quick question: Why do you want the core function to hard code a price increase instead of changing the list price for the product?
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eemit earned 500 total points
ID: 40031656
You have two problems here:
- a filter must return something
- you have no parameters in your filter function, but in filter two parameters are defined
Change your function from:
add_filter('woocommerce_price_html', 'renderQuote', 10, 2);
function renderQuote()	{

	if(isset($_POST['get_quote'])) { // Handle the form.)
		$new_price = $price + 10;
		echo 'New Price'. $new_price;
	
	}
}

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To:
add_filter( 'woocommerce_price_html', 'renderQuote', 10, 2 );
function renderQuote( $price, $product ) {

	if(isset($_POST['get_quote'])) { // Handle the form.)
		$new_price = $price + 10;
		//echo 'New Price'. $new_price;

		// a filter must return something
		return $new_price;
	}

}

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