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I am trying to edit the price value for a single product. In single-product/price.php there is a template call to $product->get_price_html. How can I edit that function/method to change the way the HTML is presented. At the moment even if I delete all the contents of the function located in class-wc-product it still miraculously displays? Anyone know why?

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Core and plugin files should never be edited directly, as any updates could overwrite your changes. If you look in WooCommerce source at the get_price_html method, there are a number of filters available to modify the output of the function.

See add_filter in Codex for more info on adding filters to apply_filters calls.

From get_price_html in class-wc-product:

return apply_filters('woocommerce_get_price_html', $price, $this);

So to add your own filter:

add_filter( 'woocommerce_get_price_html', 'wpa83367_price_html', 100, 2 );
function wpa83367_price_html( $price, $product ){
    return 'Was:' . str_replace( '<ins>', ' Now:<ins>', $price );
}
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Thanks for the answer, by the way why when I delete the contents of the main function it still returns the output as normal –  Lucky Luke Jan 27 '13 at 20:09
    
So lets say if there was a sale on and it returns me <del>£2</del><ins>£1</ins>, how can i change that into Was:<del>£2</del> Now:<ins>£1</ins> with a filter? –  Lucky Luke Jan 27 '13 at 20:19
    
not sure, not too familiar with WooCommerce, perhaps another class extends it. see edit above for your second question. –  Milo Jan 27 '13 at 20:27
    
Brill, ;), great help –  Lucky Luke Jan 27 '13 at 20:33
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function wpa83368_price_html( $price,$product ){
   // return $product->price;
    if ( $product->price > 0 ) {
      if ( $product->price && isset( $product->regular_price ) ) {
        $from = $product->regular_price;
        $to = $product->price;
        return '<div class="old-colt"><del>'. ( ( is_numeric( $from ) ) ? woocommerce_price( $from ) : $from ) .' Retail </del>  | </div><div class="live-colst">'.( ( is_numeric( $to ) ) ? woocommerce_price( $to ) : $to ) .'Our Price</div>';
      } else {
        $to = $product->price;
        return '<div class="live-colst">' . ( ( is_numeric( $to ) ) ? woocommerce_price( $to ) : $to ) . 'Our Price</div>';
      }
   } else {
     return '<div class="live-colst">0 Our Price</div>';
   }
}
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Even if your code can work (and I have no reason to think it doesn't) this is a Q/A site, not a code repository so it's better share expertice and knowledge explaining your code, instead of just write code with no explaination nor inline comments... –  G. M. Jan 3 at 14:38
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