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How Do I Edit Sold Out in WooCommerce?

Last updated on October 1, 2022 @ 9:10 pm

If you want to display different text for products that are sold out in WooCommerce, you can do so by editing the “Sold Out” text. To do this, go to WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Inventory and then scroll down to the “Out of Stock Status” section.

From here, you can edit the “Sold Out” text to say anything you want. For example, you could change it to “This product is currently out of stock. ”

Once you’ve made your changes, be sure to click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom of the page.

PRO TIP: If you are using WooCommerce to manage your online store, you may have noticed that the “Sold Out” label is not editable. This can be a problem if you want to change the text to something else, such as “Out of Stock” or “Temporarily Out of Stock”.

Fortunately, there is a way to edit the “Sold Out” label in WooCommerce. However, it is a bit complicated and requires editing code. Therefore, we do not recommend doing this unless you are comfortable with editing code or you have a developer who can help you.

If you do decide to edit the code, please be sure to create a backup of your site first. This way, if anything goes wrong, you can restore your site to its previous state.

That’s it! Now when a product is sold out in WooCommerce, the new text you entered will be displayed instead of the default “Sold Out” text.

If you need to display different text for products that are sold out in WooCommerce, you can do so by editing the “Sold Out” text. From here, you can edit the “Sold Out” text to say anything you want.

For example, you could change it to “This product is currently out of stock.” Once you’ve made your changes, be sure to click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom of the page.

That’s it! Now when a product is sold out in WooCommerce, the new text you entered will be displayed instead of the default “Sold Out” text.

Dale Leydon

Dale Leydon

Sysadmin turned Javascript developer. Owner of 20+ apps graveyard, and a couple of successful ones.