How to add Tab in Single Product Page, editable from Vendor dashboard

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Multi Vendor Marketplace Plugin | WCFM Marketplace Forums WCFM – Marketplace (WooCommerce Multivendor Marketplace) How to add Tab in Single Product Page, editable from Vendor dashboard

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    • #133238


      May I know, how can i add an Additional / New Tab in the Single Product Page?

      (See Attached screenshot)

      Also, this tab should allow Vendors to edit its text area from the Vendor’s dashboard (not the WP Admin dashboard).

      Please help.


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    • #133481

      Thanks for getting in touch with us!
      For this approach, you’ll require the WCFM Ultimate addon. First, go to admin Settings >> Product Custome Field. From here create the fields you want to show under your new tab. But, under visibility choose ‘Do not show’ (because we are going to show these fields under our new tab).
      Now from add/edit product screen add those information. Lastly, use the following snippet to add a new tab and show these details-

      add_filter( 'woocommerce_product_tabs', 'woo_new_product_tab' );
      function woo_new_product_tab( $tabs ) {
          $tabs['new_tab'] = array(
              'title'    => __( 'My Tab', 'woocommerce' ),
              'priority' => 53,
              'callback' => 'woo_new_product_tab_content'
          return $tabs;
      function woo_new_product_tab_content() {
          global $WCFMu;
          $product_id = get_the_ID();
          if ( $product_id ) {
              $wcfm_product_custom_fields = (array) get_option( 'wcfm_product_custom_fields' );
              if ( $wcfm_product_custom_fields && is_array( $wcfm_product_custom_fields ) && ! empty( $wcfm_product_custom_fields ) ) {
                  $fields = '';
                  foreach ( $wcfm_product_custom_fields as $wpcf_index => $wcfm_product_custom_field ) {
                      if ( ! isset( $wcfm_product_custom_field['enable'] ) )
                      $visibility = isset( $wcfm_product_custom_field['visibility'] ) ? $wcfm_product_custom_field['visibility'] : '';
                      if ( $visibility )
                          continue; //we are not showing the fields that are allready visible in some other areas of the product
                      echo $WCFMu->wcfmu_customfield_support->get_wcfm_custom_field_display_data( $product_id, $wcfm_product_custom_field );

      Add this code to your child theme’s functions.php
      In case you do not have a child theme then add code using this plugin –
      Let me know how this goes.

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