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I don't know it's the best way to do or not, but it worked for me. add_filter('woocommerce_after_checkout_validation', 'additional_validation')); function additional_validation($fields) { // bypass all error returned wc_clear_notices(); }


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Everyone is right about the GPL license issue. The best you can do is issue validation keys for future updates. Have woocommerec generate a custom validation key that is stored on YOUR server, not theirs and then when wordpress looks for updates for your plugin have it validate the key and if wanted the associated url and then either grant access to the ...


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I have found a work around for this that works in IE, Chrome and Firefox. And instead of using php approach decided to utilize jQuery. It is not a complete solution but will work in a pinch for anyone else out there that needs to apply this as well. <script type="text/javascript"> /*! jQuery script to hide certain form fields */ ...



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