Where are customizer settings stored in db for wordpress theme?

How to clone customizer settings in child theme from parent theme?

The customizer data is stored in table wp_options under option_name theme_mods_THEME-NAME

you can view all such settings via the following query:

SELECT * FROM `wp_options` WHERE `option_name` LIKE "theme_mods_%"

In some cases, you just want to use parent theme’s settings in newly added child theme. If that is your case too, use the following queries to utilize and close those settings for your child theme also.

update `wp_options` set `option_name`="theme_mods_YOURCHILDTHEME_backup" where `option_name`="theme_mods_YOURCHILDTHEME";
insert into `wp_options` (`option_name`,`option_value`,`autoload`) select "theme_mods_YOURCHILDTHEME",`option_value`,"yes" from `wp_options` where `option_name`="theme_mods_PARENTTHEME";

The following one is a bit risky one. If you understand what is going on here, go ahead.

delete from `wp_options` where `option_name`="theme_mods_YOURCHILDTHEME";
insert into `wp_options` (`option_name`,`option_value`,`autoload`) select "theme_mods_YOURCHILDTHEME",`option_value`,"yes" from `wp_options` where `option_name`="theme_mods_PARENTTHEME";

Fixing broken “screen options” in wordpress site

SELECT * from wp_usermeta where `meta_key` like 'edit_%_per_page'

So probably you chose “Number of items per page” as 1000 or 200 and now the page doesnt load anymore because your database ran out of memory.

If that is the case, run the above query on phpmysql or any other way, edit the numbers and fixed!

Gravityforms limit submission – once for user, unlimited for guest

	public function context() {

		// rule targets specific user, if this user is different we don't need to test the rule
		if ( $this->user_id != 'all' ) {
			if ( $this->user_id != get_current_user_id() ) {
				return false;
			}
			
		}
		if($this->user_id == "all")
		{
		    if(get_current_user_id()===0)
			{
			    return false;
			}
		}

		return true;
	}

File: gp-limit-submissions/includes/GPLS_Rule_User.php

Plugin: https://gravitywiz.com/documentation/gravity-forms-limit-submissions

How to add Buy Now button on Product page – WordPress/woocommerce?

Change && to &&

add_filter('woocommerce_add_to_cart_redirect', 'malpani_redirect_checkout_add_cart');

        function malpani_redirect_checkout_add_cart()
        {
            if (isset($_POST["buynow"]) && $_POST["buynow"] === "2") {
                return wc_get_checkout_url();
            }

        }

        add_filter('woocommerce_after_add_to_cart_button', 'malpani_add_buy_button');
        function malpani_add_buy_button()
        {
        echo '<input id="buynowinput" name="buynow" value="1" hidden>
            <button type="button" id="buy_now" class="buy_now button">Buy Now</button>
            <script>
                jQuery(document).ready(function ($) {
                    $("#buy_now").click(function (e) {
                        $("#buynowinput").val(2);
                        $(".single_add_to_cart_button").click();
                        e.stopPropagation();
                        e.preventDefault();
                    })
                });
            </script>';

How to edit wordpress woocommerce order api responses (legacy + latest)

<?php
//// FOR LEGACY API ONLY
add_filter('woocommerce_api_order_response', 'harsh_add_shipping_phone_legacy', 99, 1);
function harsh_add_shipping_phone($order_data)
{
$order_data["billing_address"]["email"] = "XXXX";
$shipping_phone = get_post_meta($order_data["id"],"_shipping_phone",1);
if($shipping_phone!==false && strlen($shipping_phone))
{
$order_data["billing_address"]["biller_phone"] = $order_data["billing_address"]["phone"];
$order_data["shipping_address"]["phone"] = $shipping_phone;
$order_data["billing_address"]["phone"] = $shipping_phone;
}
foreach($order_data["line_items"] as $k=>$v)
{
unset($order_data["line_items"][$k]["meta"]);
}
return $order_data;
}
//// FOR latest api
function wc_add_rest_order_meta( $response, $post, $request ) {
$order_data = $response->get_data();
$order_data["billing"]["email"] = "XXXX";
$sp = array_search('_shipping_phone', array_column($order_data["meta_data"], 'key'));
if($sp!==false)
{
$order_data["billing"]["biller_phone"] = $order_data["billing"]["phone"];
if(strlen($order_data["meta_data"][$sp]->value))
{
$order_data["shipping"]["phone"] = $order_data["meta_data"][$sp]->value;
$order_data["billing"]["phone"] = $order_data["meta_data"][$sp]->value;
}
}
foreach($order_data["line_items"] as $k=>$v)
{
unset($order_data["line_items"][$k]["meta_data"]);
}
$response->data = $order_data;
return $response;	
}
function wc_add_rest_order_meta2( $response, $post, $request ) {
foreach($response as $oneorder)
{
$order_data = $oneorder->get_data();
$order_data["billing"]["email"] = "XXXX";
$sp = array_search('_shipping_phone', array_column($order_data["meta_data"], 'key'));
if($sp!==false)
{
$order_data["billing"]["biller_phone"] = $order_data["billing"]["phone"];
if(strlen($order_data["meta_data"][$sp]->value))
{
$order_data["shipping"]["phone"] = $order_data["meta_data"][$sp]->value;
$order_data["billing"]["phone"] = $order_data["meta_data"][$sp]->value;
}
}
foreach($order_data["line_items"] as $k=>$v)
{
unset($order_data["line_items"][$k]["meta_data"]);
}
$oneorder->data = $order_data;
}
return $response;	
}
add_filter( 'woocommerce_rest_prepare_shop_order_object', 'wc_add_rest_order_meta', 10, 3 );
add_filter( 'woocommerce_rest_prepare_shop_orders_object', 'wc_add_rest_order_meta2', 10, 3 );

Standalone script to print all published post IDs in WordPress

<?php
header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *");
header('Content-Type: application/json');
define( 'SHORTINIT', true );
require( 'wp-load.php' );
if(isset($wpdb))
{
$qr = 'SELECT * FROM `'.$wpdb->prefix . 'posts` where `post_type`="post" and `post_status`="publish"';
$posts = $wpdb->get_results( $qr);
//$pr = implode(",",array_column($posts,"ID"));
$pr = json_encode(array_column($posts,"ID"));
echo $pr;
}

Radio buttons CSS for wordpress elementor form markup

[type="radio"]:checked + label:before {
background: #bc6060;
box-shadow: 0 0 0 0.25em #000;
}
[type="radio"]:focus + label:after {
content: '\0020\2190';
font-size: 1.5em;
line-height: 1;
vertical-align: -0.125em;
}
[type="radio"] {
border: 0; 
clip: rect(0 0 0 0); 
height: 1px; margin: -1px; 
overflow: hidden; 
padding: 0; 
position: absolute; 
width: 1px;
}
label {
display: block;
cursor: pointer;
line-height: 2;
font-size: 1.2em;
}
[type="radio"] + label {
display: block;
}
[type="radio"] + label:before {
content: '';
display: inline-block;
width: 1em;
height: 1em;
vertical-align: -0.25em;
border-radius: 1em;
border: 0.125em solid #fff;
box-shadow: 0 0 0 0.15em #000;
margin-right: 0.75em;
transition: 0.5s ease all;
}

How to migrate Customers from Magento2 to WordPress?

Lets break it into 2 parts:

a. Migrate Customer data
b. Migrate Customer Passwords

1) Migrate Customer Data from Magento2 to WordPress

This is rather easy to be honest, there are several plugins for importing data from CSV and then mapping the CSV fields.

My recommended plugin is Customer/Order/Coupon CSV Import Suite by SkyVerge

It basically does everything from customer email to customer address data. It also provides column mapping and custom attribute import for all users. Also comes with multiple configuration options.

Best Free Alternative is https://wordpress.org/plugins/import-users-from-csv-with-meta
But in this one, you can not import magento2 passwords as of v 1.15.0.1
I will update about the solution very soon. So as of now only paid option is there.

2) Migrate Customer Password from Magento2 to WordPress

This wordpress plugin checks and updates passwords of users migrated from Magento2 to WordPress
Plugin Link: https://github.com/harshvardhanmalpani/migrate-password-from-magento2-to-wordpress

Requirements:

  1. user_pass column will have this kind data from Magento2 dcbdc524f215fd054502dcad5a23a702ec029c02ff8d7051d049f76e29927f8b:C8yVqeuPfkHWvkmipx0iKLPtOUGETpLL:1
  2. usermeta table must have a meta_key “migrated_cs” for this user, meta_value can be anything positive
  3. This plugin file password-migrator.php should be in wp-content/plugins and must be an active plugin

What is does?

For new wordpress based users which dont have anything to do with magento2, it doesnt do anything

For all migrated users (those have the key “migrated_cs”), this plugin checks if input password matches old password from magento2 or not, if matched, it clears the key migrated_cs and updates the password using wordpress’ algorithm ; else results false.

How to wipe all the tables and data in MySQL? Clean whole database

SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS = 0;
SET GROUP_CONCAT_MAX_LEN=32768;
SET @tables = NULL;
SELECT GROUP_CONCAT('`', table_name, '`') INTO @tables
FROM information_schema.tables
WHERE table_schema = (SELECT DATABASE());
SELECT IFNULL(@tables,'dummy') INTO @tables;
SET @tables = CONCAT('DROP TABLE IF EXISTS ', @tables);
PREPARE stmt FROM @tables;
EXECUTE stmt;
DEALLOCATE PREPARE stmt;
SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS = 1;

Will not work via phpmyadmin or any script. this has to be run in cmd/terminal

Quick Command

wget https://gist.githubusercontent.com/harshvardhanmalpani/e670a8de7aa81673364dd48f125cb9ac/raw/ce04b319bf1594d148d3346e1474119fe1cd1b3f/flushdb.sql
mysql -hYOUR_DATABASE_HOSTNAME -uYOUR_DATABASE_USER -p YOUR_DATABASE_NAME < flushdb.sql

Source:
https://gist.github.com/harshvardhanmalpani/e670a8de7aa81673364dd48f125cb9ac

How to filter and validate pincode in Indian woocommerce?

By default, Woocommerce only validates ZIP code of few countries only. Woocommerce stores in India, are thus invalidated in case of PINCODE inputs from customers. Here is how you can enable checking of pincode for India woocommerce:

Put the following code in your custom function file or child theme functions.php

add_filter('woocommerce_validate_postcode','validate_indian_postcode',10,3);
function validate_indian_postcode($valid, $postcode, $country){
if($country=="IN")
$valid = (bool) preg_match( '/^([0-9]{6})$/', $postcode );
// checks your $postcode, if valid $valid will be true because of preg_match else false
return $valid;
}

Reference:

https://github.com/woocommerce/woocommerce/blob/ef0f527b40dba539e982efff26211fa577a24cf9/includes/class-wc-validation.php#L44