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Skroutz Product Reviews - WordPress Widgets Edit the file on GitHub

Integrate the Skroutz Product Reviews on your WordPress / WooCommerce shop.

NOTE

You must have installed the Skroutz Analytics WooCommerce plugin (version >= 1.4.0)

Table of Contents

Introduction

The plugin provides two WordPress Widgets, that you can easily add:

Note

The widgets are displayed only on product pages and if there is at least one review for the product.

Add Widgets from UI

You can add the widgets in any available widget area your theme supports.

Theme customizer

If your theme supports it, you can use the theme customizer.

  • Make sure you are logged in the admin panel and your user has a role that can edit the theme.
  • Navigate to a product page in the front.
  • In the upper left menu you should see a Customize button.
  • Select the Widgets in the customizer menu on the left.
  • A list with the available widget areas should appear.
  • Select the area that you want the product reviews widget to be displayed and then select Add a Widget (as shown in the image below).
  • The two Skroutz product reviews widgets should appear in the list with the available widgets.
  • Finally select the widget and click Publish.

Admin panel

Alternatively you can always manage the widgets from the admin panel.

  • Make sure you are logged in the admin panel and your user has a role that can edit the theme.
  • Navigate to Appearance and select Widgets.
  • A list with the available widget should appear on the left and the available widget areas on the right.
  • Drag and drop the widget from the left list to the widget area of your choice to the right.

Add Widgets programmatically

You can also add the widgets programmatically in any template by using the WordPress provided widget template tag.

Templates

You could add the widgets in your child theme's template for the single product: wp-content/themes/your child theme/woocommerce/content-single-product.php. Create woocommerce directory if it doesn't exist in your child theme.

Template tag for inline widget

<?php the_widget( 'WC_Skroutz_Analytics_Product_Reviews_Inline_Widget' ); ?>

Template tag for extended widget

<?php the_widget( 'WC_Skroutz_Analytics_Product_Reviews_Extended_Widget' ); ?>

Ηοοks

Instead of inserting the widget directly in the template you can use a WooCommerce hook in your child theme's functions.php: wp-content/themes/your child theme/functions.php

Hook for the inline widget

Hook to display the inline widget after the add to cart button.

Adjust hook priority, 35 in this example, according to your theme's needs.

<?php
function show_skroutz_reviews_inline_widget() {
    the_widget( 'WC_Skroutz_Analytics_Product_Reviews_Inline_Widget' );
}
add_action( 'woocommerce_single_product_summary', 'show_skroutz_reviews_inline_widget', 35 );

Hook for the extended widget

Hook to display the extended widget after the product summary and before the up sell section.

Adjust hook priority, 10 in this example, according to your theme's needs.

<?php
function show_skroutz_reviews_extended_widget() {
    the_widget( 'WC_Skroutz_Analytics_Product_Reviews_Extended_Widget' );
}
add_action( 'woocommerce_after_single_product_summary', 'show_skroutz_reviews_extended_widget', 10 );