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    william joe commented  · 

    1) Customize the checkout error messages with plugins
    If you don’t have coding skills or prefer to use plugins to edit WooCommerce error messages, you can use the Say What plugin. This tool helps you modify your website strings without writing a single line of code or editing template files.

    The free version comes with basic features, while the premium version starts at 39 USD per year and unlocks more advanced customization opportunities.

    Once you have installed and activated the plugin, you will see the configuration options on the left-hand side. From there, you can select the string you need to replace and enter the target content. Once you have done that, hit Save, and that’s it.

    If you need help with the plugin, you can raise a support ticket or email the support team using the contact form.

    2) Edit checkout error messages programmatically
    If you don’t want to use a plugin and have programming skills, you can edit the error messages with a bit of code. In this section, we will show you how to use PHP to change the error messages in WooCommerce.

    There’s a lot you can do here. For this demonstration, we’ll focus on displaying one error message instead of the default multiple warnings on the checkout page.

    To do this, we’ll modify the theme’s functions.php file, so before starting we recommend you backup your site and create a child theme if you don’t have one yet.

    After that, you can add the below code to the funtions.php file of your child theme. As mentioned before, it will display a single error message on the checkout page instead of several notices.

    Check if this helps you.

    Will Joe

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